Who worked in a Family Planning Clinic prior to joining Canopy?
For the last 3 months or so, Audrey has been desperate to rid her house of something – what was it?
Whose remedy in times of stress, or any other time really, is chocolate?
Before joining Canopy, and herding doctors, Jane was responsible for organising what other group of professionals?
Trish was first in the team to secure what sort of booking after 29 November?
Patients are required to swab within how many days of their visit to Canopy?
First name of our most recently retired Canopy clinician?
Some of us prefer Netflix & Chill but for this teamster it’s Chardonnay & Piano – who is it?
Debbie has a very talented niece who sold her creations as a fundraiser earlier this year – what were they?
Name Charmaine’s newest grandbaby – here’s a clue, she’s a girl?
We are currently building a fancy schmancy new premises in Hawkes Bay – is it in Napier or Hastings?
It’s a tasty tipple, as well as being Tania’s (offsite) nickname?
In the olden days, pre Covid lockdowns, what mode of transport did Dale bring onsite?
Name the only boy in Tenia’s otherwise all-girl household?
What does the “E” stand for in the Canopy core values (CARE)?
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