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Eve Williams

Eve Williams
Eve Williams is the Content Developer and Social Media Administration for Eldernet. She is currently studying towards her Masters at the University of Canterbury. She has a passion for learning new things.

It’s Biology!

Have you ever wondered why some of us are are annually seized by a sudden urge to air out the house, banish dust, organize wardrobes, clean out cabinets, scrub floors, wash windows and organize our garages etc as soon as spring comes? Is it because suddenly there is an overload …

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Spotlight: Knitting for Kiwi kids

This article has been adapted from the original. To see the full article head to https://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/local-news/rodney-times/95884442/Whangaparaoa-retirement-village-knits-for-Kiwi-kids The Peninsula Club’s knitting group has been meeting for over a decade, the collective kitting experience of the 42 members spans two millennia. Even more impressive is the amount of knitting the group gives away …

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Our “Crazy Party”

At the end of last month, we threw a “crazy party” to continue our 20th Birthday Celebrations. Our first challenge was to wear 20 items of clothing. When planning this in the middle of winter, we had no idea that the day we decided to throw this party would be …

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Don’t know who to vote for?

To finish off our series on the 2017 Election we have tried to summarise the main points in regards to our 5 top issues: superannuation, housing, healthcare, immigration, aged care. Superannuation – Age of eligibility – Raise – Same – Does not specify – Raise – Same – Flexible retirement …

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The Opportunities Party

Gareth Morgan heads The Opportunities Party with Geoff Simmons as deputy. Their vision being that “all people have aspirations, and all of us have a right to fulfil those aspirations. We also have a responsibility to ensure others have the same opportunity.” Superannuation: The Opportunities Party will provide all citizens over …

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Maori Party

Te Ururoa Flavell and Marama Fox co-lead the Maori Party in this year’s election. The Māori Party is born of the dreams and aspirations of tangata whenua to achieve selfdetermination for whānau, hapū and iwi within their own land; to speak with a strong, independent and united voice; and to live …

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