Living World

Out in the cold?

After 76 years of ministering to the nation's children, health camps have become a uniquely New Zealand institution. However, today's health authorities—awash with reformist zeal—are questioning whether the camps still have a role in providing "healthy bodies and solid citizens," the founding aims of the movement.

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