Rivalry is fierce between competitors at the annual Rauawaawa Olympics in Hamilton. It's also a lot of fun for those attending.
Jennie Sew Hoy, QSM, is always contributing to the community, from school ski trips to organising the Chinese New Year gala ball.
Advance care plan
Arthur Te Anini has a serious chronic illness and put in place an advance care plan so his family knew his wishes if he wasn't able to tell them.
Find out the tips believed to help prevent or delay dementia, including eating well and exercising your brain as well as your body.
An emergency fund can get you of sticky situations you can't afford to be in, and it's very good advice for younger generations.
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.
Working past 65 is no longer unusual as retirement changes due to technology and ageing populations, says Professor Chris Phillipson.
The Minister for Seniors is the Honourable Maggie Barry ONZM
John Key is to step down as Prime Minister of New Zealand and leader of the National Party.
The longevity revolution is happening in New Zealand with people not only living longer but often being very active and healthy, as baby boomers rewrite what retirement looks like.
There is to be a refresh of the Positive Ageing Strategy in 2017. The Strategy was launched in 2001, and technology has changed rapidly, as have people's lives. Find out more about the refresh: