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ANZSCO review on Minister’s radar

The Government is not budging on its immigration policy decision that will see caregivers on temporary migrant work visas forced to leave New Zealand for a one-year stand-down period after three years.

Protecting people with dementia against theft

This being Money Week, it is fitting that the Dementia Auckland's annual Symposium held later this month will focus on protecting people with dementia against scams and theft.

Baby boomers driving New Zealand’s fitness market

Researchers now have a better handle on why exercise is so important in our older years.

Older cancer patients rate own physical abilities as better than their...

Older cancer patients and their caregivers often differ in their assessment of the patient’s physical abilities, with caregivers generally rating the patient’s physical function as poorer, according to a new study published in The Oncologist.

Older cancer patients rate own physical abilities as better than their...

Older cancer patients and their caregivers often differ in their assessment of the patient’s physical abilities, with caregivers generally rating the patient’s physical function as poorer, according to a new study published in The Oncologist.

What about us?: Mental health support workers call for pay equity

Mental health support workers say it's not fair that they have been excluded from pay equity settlement.

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Opinion: Ray Lind – the diversity of our care and support...

New Zealand is fortunate to have such rich cultural diversity and wealth of knowledge within our care and support workforce. In our new role assessing...

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