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SuperSeniorsNZ is run by the Office for Seniors (NZ Government)
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 21
Thanks Alana. We have a 24-hour confidential and free elder abuse helpline in New Zealand which also supports our frontline Elder Abuse Response Service
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Newstalk ZB Jun 20
New Zealand's oldest person has died aged 111
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 19
Have you seen the latest SuperSeniors newsletter? It's out now full of the latest news and SuperGold offers
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 18
Replying to @CouncilHamilton
Nick Chester from said it’s crucial to sell the story and develop a plan
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 18
Learning the lessons from the Age-friendly experience. Take stock of services and experience you already have- you’d be surprised
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 18
Christine Young talks to a rapt crowd about experience of Age-friendly
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 18
Replying to @msdgovtnz
Fantastic to see!
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 18
Replying to @Hamilton_NZ
New Zealand joins the network just a month after was named the 600th city to be added.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 18
Exciting news to share from the National Age-friendly Communities forum- New Zealand has been announced as an affiliate member of the Global Network of Age friendly Cities and Communities
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Inland Revenue NZ Jun 17
Are you receiving NZ Super while working? Check you’re using the right tax codes to make sure you don’t end up with a tax bill at the end of the year. Find out which tax codes to use here:
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 17
A big thank you to all our volunteers who work so hard to help others
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 17
Would you mind being called elderly?
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 17
Another heart-breaking example of elder abuse right here in New Zealand
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 14
Elder abuse is an insidious and growing problem
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 14
Did you catch the hidden meanings in crosswords last week? Take a look at how we did it
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 14
The Minister for Seniors . launched a new financial abuse document as part of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day in Parliament
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 14
It's World Elder Abuse Awareness Day today and all day we will be tweeting using
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 13
Margaret Taylor, 78, said she'd made it her mission to give educational talks to rest homes around the region, to ensure nobody else was caught out like she was this March.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jun 13
The Office of the Ombudsman will have the power to randomly inspect about 180 privately-run dementia facilities
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Get Ready Get Thru Jun 12
Top Tip: Save copies of your important documents, such as passports and birth certificates – along with precious photos – onto a usb so you can easily take them with you in an emergency. Tell us three things you would save to your usb.
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