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Fiji has long been considered a great holiday destination for Kiwis and Australians, but could it potentially be a place to retire? Should New Zealand retirement operators have Fiji on their radar?

A film your residents will love – movie tickets up for grabs!

INsite has double movie passes are up for grabs! That’s right, thanks to Vendetta Films we are offering your residents the chance to see Winter at Westbeth – a gorgeous documentary film about a unique retirement community in New York, released 27th April.

What the RVA has to say about risks associated with industry growth

The latest JLL New Zealand Retirement Village Database research shows that with rapid growth comes certain risks for New Zealand's retirement village industry. INsite asks Retirement Villages Association (RVA) executive director John Collyns to discuss these risks.

“Make mine a flat white, please”

Baby boomers increasingly expect ‘proper’ coffee at retirement villages.

Bay of Plenty retirement villages continue to experience growth

The Bay of Plenty retirement village market continues to see growth, as many move away from main centres in pursuit of retirement at the beach.

Simon Gault’s partnership with Metlifecare

This afternoon, celebrity chef Simon Gault is scheduled to give a cooking demonstration at Metlifecare's The Poynton retirement village in Auckland. As part of his partnership with Metlifecare, the MasterChefNZ judge is giving demonstrations at five Metlifecare villages over the next few weeks.

Not a cloud in the sky… or is there?

JUDE BARBACK talks to industry experts about the potential threats to New Zealand’s booming retirement village industry.  You didn’t hear it here first – New Zealand’s...

A day in the life of… a village manager

KYLA HURLEY shares with INsite why she loves her job as village manager of Chatswood Retirement Village – and where she can be found when she’s not at work!

interRAI: the tight and tiring race to meet mandatory deadline

On 1 July, after a somewhat hurried and harried introduction, interRAI became the mandatory clinical assessment tool for nurses to use in residential aged care facilities nationwide. FIONA CASSIE caught up with some nursing leaders as facilities headed down the home straight in a race to meet the deadline to train nurses in an already time and resource-stretched sector.

Here come the baby boomers!

New research shows that baby boomers want choice and control as they enter old age.
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