Working past 65 is no longer unusual as retirement changes due to technology and ageing populations, says Professor Chris Phillipson.
Finding out his wife had dementia brought about unexpected changes to Peter Chin's later years, and there have been ups and downs.
Diane Turner is the new Office for Seniors' Director and is looking forward to making sure seniors are valued, and their issues are made visible.
Each week, Kaumātua in Hamilton visit schools to teach tamariki about their culture, and their connections to family and the land.
Visiting a loved one who has dementia can be challenging when their personality changes or memory goes. Here are some useful tips.
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.
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.
The Minister for Seniors is the Honourable Maggie Barry ONZM
The updated Carer’s Guide has been launched, there’s information on CarFit, a free check designed to help older drivers stay safe on the roads, and the Retirement Commissioner explains why younger generations need advice on the importance of having a buffer.
New Zealand's population will get rapidly older in the next few decades, with the number of people aged 85-plus predicted to more than triple, according to the latest report from Statistics New Zealand.
Are you thinking of downsizing or considering alternatives? My Home, My Choices is an online toolkit which provides people with information which ranges from managing and maintaining your home to exploring what to do if you suddenly find yourself single.