Awards gala dinner and festivities
Shed 10, Auckland
29 February 2020, 6pm onwards
Black tie, three-course dinner and dancing
Emcee Kanoa Lloyd
The New Zealand Primary Healthcare Awards | He Tohu Mauri Ora awards night will be a glittering black-tie event for more than 450 people at the Auckland waterfront’s Shed 10 on 29 February 2020. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
The event will celebrate and showcase the best of the best across primary healthcare.
Come celebrate with us!
Enjoy a night out with great entertainment and gourmet three-course dinner. Find out which teams and individuals have won the prestigious NZ Primary Healthcare Awards and mingle with some of New Zealand’s leading healthcare professionals and representatives from government, non-government and private industry.
It’ll be a real who’s who of New Zealand primary healthcare and you do not want to miss out.
Our Emcee for the night - Kanoa Lloyd
Gisborne-born Kanoa Lloyd (Ngati Porou) is a rising star of New Zealand broadcasting as well as being a warm, dynamic and versatile event MC.
As one of the hosts of Three’s primetime show The Project, Kanoa graces New Zealand television screens every weeknight at 7pm in the popular current affairs programme that’s renowned for its unique combination of news, information and humour.
Kanoa’s role on The Project sees her delivering pieces to camera, ad-libbing with her co-hosts, chatting with guest panellists and conducting interviews both in studio and in the field and in 2017, she was nominated in the ‘Best Presenter: News & Current Affairs’ category at the New Zealand Television Awards.
Kanoa began her media career as a children ’s television presenter on Saturday morning kids’slot Squirt, while she was still at high school in Dunedin. From there, she joined the presenting team on the long-running after school series Sticky TV and in 2012, she took on her first radio role as the newsreader on top-rating station Mai FM while also working as a TV presenter on Four Live. From 2014, Kanoa was a weather presenter for 3 News and became headline news herself for introducing te reo to the segment.
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