Age Concern Canterbury are fundraising with Entertainment! and selling the popular Entertainment Book. The brand new memberships have only just launched, and feature over $20,000 worth of local and international offers including many amazing Christchurch businesses; King of Snake, Miro, Earl, Universo, multiple EntX restaurants, and many more! We are raising funds for Age Concern … Continued
At 10:05 am on the 10th of the 5th, New Zealand Police is launching 105 (“ten five”), the eagerly anticipated number for the public to report non-emergency situations to Police. “More than 60 years on from the first 111 call, the launch of 105 today is a milestone for New Zealand Police, offering a new … Continued
NZ Super might need to be reviewed as more New Zealanders approach retirement without their own homes, commentators say. University of Otago research shows non-homeowners are in a worse position at retirement, and recommends action before the problem grows. “We’re staring down the barrel of future generations of non-homeowners being less able to achieve … Continued
It’s that time of year again – time for the annual flu jab well before winter sets in. Health authorities say stocks of flu vaccine are now at GP practices and some pharmacies, and people should get the jab this month and next. Influenza immunisation is free for pregnant women, those aged 65 and over, … Continued
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