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Disability not stopping Wellington Support Worker achieve her goals

Support worker Jenna Maguren shows that her disability isn't a barrier to getting trained and qualified in her role.

Kristine Bartlett wins New Zealander of the Year

Aged care worker Kristine Bartlett won New Zealander of the Year for her fight alongside union E tū for equal pay for care and support workers. Her win has prompted questions about how far we have to go to fully address pay equity in New Zealand.

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Aussie Govt called to address elder financial abuse – but changes...

The Australian Bankers’ Association (ABA) has called on the Australian Federal Government to act now on financial abuse against the elderly and resolve three key issues by Christmas, but Age Concern New Zealand says we need action here and now in New Zealand.

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Home or away: is the grass greener overseas for retirees?

Following last week’s article on whether the grass is greener here or abroad, INsite asks International Living Australia’s editor Victoria Harmer her thoughts on the topic.




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