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SuperSeniorsNZ Feb 13
Congratulations to Dr Bill Glass, the winner of the 2019 Senior New Zealander of the Year.
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Saunoamaali’i Dr Karanina Sumeo Feb 12
Here's my column in the "SuperSeniors" newsletter. Labour shortages in many industries coupled with a declining birth rate means we need to respect & harness the human capital of older workers. I'd love to hear from our seniors about their challenges!
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SuperSeniorsNZ Feb 11
The latest SuperSeniors newsletter is out now! Our new-look edition is filled with all the latest news and SuperGold offers
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SuperSeniorsNZ Feb 11
The study by Victoria University researchers showed older New Zealanders who rented had higher levels of economic disadvantage and reported poorer physical and mental health than their non-renting counterparts.
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Ara Taiohi Feb 11
The NZ delegates for the Programme are off to Japan this morning. Representing the fields of youth, disability and seniors - they will be exchanging knowledge, experiences and ideas with community leaders from JPN🇯🇵/FIN🇫🇮/GMY🇩🇪
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SuperSeniorsNZ Feb 10
"I think we've just swallowed this idea that past a certain birthday… it's a downhill spiral [towards] everything that nobody wants to contemplate."
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The IFA Feb 7
"Having a one-floor house or having the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom on one floor were the features most strongly associated with in place." This new study focused on - (just like tomorrow's webinar hosted by IFA and )
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SuperSeniorsNZ Feb 6
The latest round of the Community Connects grants is open now. Make sure you get your application in before 7 April
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RNZ Feb 3
Arguably NZ's greatest guitarist, Peter Posa died on 3rd February 2019, aged 78. In this interview from 2016, Posa looks back at his 53 years of professional music making with Grant Walker.
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World Health Organization Western Pacific Feb 3
It’s today! Ways to lower your risk of : 🚭 Don’t smoke! 🧘🏽‍♀️Exercise regularly and eat healthy. ✋🏼 Limit your alcohol intake. 👍🏽Vaccinate your children against & B. 💋Practice to avoid sexually transmitted infections.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Feb 3
Live in the Waimakariri district and want to help shape how to make the community a more Age-friendly place to live? . want to hear your views- take the online survey or come along to the workshop.
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MSD Govt NZ Jan 31
🇳🇿🇨🇰 🇳🇺🇹🇰 It’s easier for more people to get NZ Super or Veteran’s pension if you live in the Cook Islands, Niue or Tokelau 📻 Hear Jason Dwen, our Manager of Centralised Services, break the changes down & explain the application process on Radio 531pi
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jan 31
Kiwi scientists think they've discovered a new way to help people recover from stroke.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jan 30
A great reminder of the importance of having an Enduring Power of Attorney.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jan 29
We love to see age-friendly growing in New Zealand. want to hear your views in an online survey- make sure to have your say.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jan 29
A wonderful initiative run from Tauranga Hospital. "It lifts their spirits when patients can talk and reminisce about the good old days and a lot of laughter can be heard throughout the ward."
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jan 29
Three young people will travel to Japan in April to learn more about seniors policy and initiatives as part of the Community Core Leaders Development Programme. Congratulations to Kathleen McKeown, Rebekah Preston and Diana Okeme.
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MSD Govt NZ Jan 28
🗣️💬 Help us improve the way we work with Māori by having your say on our draft Māori Strategy – Te Pae Tata – via an online survey
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jan 28
ICYMI: The Summary of Submissions report is online now. Take a look at what people across New Zealand had to say about a new strategy for an ageing population
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SuperSeniorsNZ Jan 27
We love this story! Mary Hickey, 28, an account manager from Sheffield, is friends with Ernest, 100.
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