Expert of the Week

Sorted Money Week 2021: Retirement planning

This week is Sorted Money Week – an annual campaign aimed at raising New Zealanders’ financial capability by demystifying key money topics and providing open channels for discussion on a subject matter that is often seen as taboo. Sorted believe that financial wellbeing is a taonga/treasure that needs nurturing; for …

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Kiwis Advised to be Vigilant Around Mould Growth After New Rainfall Data

Kiwis living with allergies and respiratory conditions are being advised to be vigilant in watching for signs of mould growth in their home, with parts of the country experiencing higher than normal rain falls in recent months.

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Govt Proposals to Reduce Nicotine Most Effective Way to Quit

New research has found Government proposals to help New Zealand become Smokefree by 2025 should focus on reducing the level of nicotine in cigarettes and increase investment in stop smoking services for priority populations.

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New patient hoist wins aged care tech challenge

A new patient hoist that enables a single helper to pick up and move someone with mobility issues has won the Best Aged Care Solution category at the inaugural HealthTech Supernode Challenge, sponsored by Ryman Healthcare. Christchurch company HT Systems developed the Kera Transfer Aid, as the device is called. …

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Retirementvillages.co.nz celebrations continue

Here at Eldernet we continue to receive photos and much appreciation for our delivery of a birthday cake and card to those businesses first to join retirementvillages.co.nz, our specialist villages website. The occasion? The site has marked its first birthday, and with numbers like more than  400,000 page views in that …

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