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The Partners Life DUAL 2019

The Partners Life DUAL 2019

You asked, and we listened! We are pleased to announce that family passes are now available to purchase for the 2019 Partners Life DUAL. Have you got an active, adventurous family? Or would you like to enter the Partners Life DUAL but can’t find anyone to look after the kids?

Issue 15
Give us feedback and be in to WIN...

Give us feedback and be in to WIN...

It’s nearly the festive season and what better way to celebrate than by enjoying a Christmas Hamper worth $500!!

Issue 15
Why do we support Cure Kids?

Why do we support Cure Kids?

In the last issue of Partners Papers, we published a column promoting our partnership with Cure Kids. We are extremely proud of this special partnership, but as you can imagine as a large, successful New Zealand business, we are often approached to support a wide variety of other charitable organisations.

Issue 14 - July 2018
A grisly history

A grisly history

There are several insurance options available to protect your children in the event of illness, but there is an important rule all insurance companies must follow when it comes to Life Cover. Section 67B of the Life Insurance Act 1908 states that a company cannot pay a sum insured greater than $2000, plus the total premiums paid so far on the policy, upon the death of a child under 10 years of age.

Issue 14 - July 2018
A brave boy

A brave boy

Kruden Johnson is a typical 5 year old boy. He is active and busy, he loves his sport, playing with his friends and being outdoors as much as possible.

Issue 14 - July 2018
Caring for our children

Caring for our children

Being a parent is one of the most rewarding journeys a person can experience, but that joy and fulfilment also brings its own set of worries and stresses.

Issue 14 - July 2018
Turning tragedy into gold…

Turning tragedy into gold…

After getting hit by a truck, losing his leg, and enduring over a dozen surgeries from the age of 3 years old, Cantabrian Rory McSweeney has become one of the best amputee athletes in the world.

Issue 14 - July 2018