News and Events

The power to say "no"

by Sunlive, 25 Nov 2014

It's a resounding “no” to dodgy door-to-door sellers from Tauranga Age Concern members…

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Age Concern New Zealand supports the Do Not Knock campaign

by Age Concern New Zealand Media Release 04.11.14, 4 Nov 2014

Age Concern supports Consumer NZ’s ‘Do Not Knock’ campaign and encourages anyone who…

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AGE CONCERN ENCOURAGES OLDER PEOPLE TO BE NEIGHBOURLY ONLINE

by Age Concern New Zealand Media Release 10 December 2014, 12 Oct 2014

Age Concern is encouraging older New Zealanders to connect with their communities through the free and…

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OPEN DAY - International Day of the Older Person

22 Sep 2014

International Day of the Older Person 1 October Visit us on our Open Day 10.00am to 1.00pm.   …

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OLDER WORKFORCE FORUM - Addressing Skill Needs; The Older Workforce

3 Sep 2014

Tauranga's Age Friendly City Strategy includes the aim of encouraging businesses to realise the…

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Men's Health - Warrant of Fitness

23 May 2014

ALL MEN - ALL AGES Come along and get your FREE Men's Health Warrant of Fitness. Tuesday 10 June…

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Men's Health - Warrant of Fitness

Politicians agree on ageing with dignity and respect

by Voxy, 15 Apr 2014

At Age Concern New Zealand’s national conference […] Hon Jo Goodhew, Minister for Senior…

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Housing changes ahead as baby boomers plan to sell

by Scoop.co.nz, 17 Mar 2014

Half of the baby boomers surveyed for a study on ageing say they plan to move or downsize as they get…

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Housing changes ahead as baby boomers plan to sell

11,000 reasons to use your Supergold card

by Voxy, 10 Mar 2014

Senior Citizens Minister Jo Goodhew has today announced that the SuperGold programme now has more than…

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11,000 reasons to use your Supergold card

More people keep working after "retirement" age

by Stuff, 11 Feb 2014

The traditional retirement party at 65 is a relic, as more than two in five pensioners under 70 are…

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More people keep working after