As taxpayers, workers, consumers, and volunteers - a booming silver economy is underway as older people's contribution increases.
Attitudes to Age
NZ's first all-ages research into our attitudes towards ageing reveal respect for seniors but different views on what is young and old.
Melbourne is often rated as the most liveable city in the world but surprisingly that doesn't mean it's also the most age friendly.
Each week, Kaumātua in Hamilton visit schools to teach tamariki about their culture, and their connections to family and the land.
A heart attack on a flight has put life into perspective for SuperSeniors Champion and former two term Mayor of Dunedin, Peter Chin, CNZM.
If you know somebody with dementia who has difficulties dealing with finances, a dementia friendly banking initiative is under way.
There are numerous red flags which can alert you to scams and the fraudsters behind them, says the Banking Ombudsman Nicola Sladden.
The Minister for Seniors is the Honourable Maggie Barry ONZM
October 1 is International Day of Older Persons and the theme this year is 'Taking A Stand Against Ageism'. The UN Secretary-General says it's a destructive problem which sees older people denied accessed to jobs and basic services, while marginalising them.
How can you make active ageing a reality for older people? International experts including Kathleen Brasher, Martin Huisman and John Raeburn are presenting at a conference in Wellington on this issue.
Retirement could cost more than you think - new research shows people are under-estimating how much they will spend on basics like groceries.