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Things left unsaid...

Things left unsaid...

It can be scary to contemplate what might be around the corner. Mentally we try to stay positive about the future, and avoid thinking about the worst that could befall us or our loved ones.

Issue 13 - March 2018
Does my insurer understand me?

Does my insurer understand me?

I am fine, I am healthy. Aren’t I? Health can be a complex issue in life’s journey of bumps, bruises and illnesses. Your doctor is there to look out for your best medical interests and their advice is invaluable.

Issue 13 - March 2018
Something so small...

Something so small...

Andrew is one of those fathers who exudes optimism, warm smiles, career success and a wisdom beyond his 37 years. Unknown to many, he is also a man who has spent his most recent years fighting for his life.

Issue 13 - March 2018
BODY WORLDS Vital

BODY WORLDS Vital

We are proud to be the Principal Sponsor of this educational event - helping all kiwis learn about the effects of daily life on their bodies.

Issue 13 - March 2018
Partners Life named as Finalist in IBM Best Workplaces Awards for 2017

Partners Life named as Finalist in IBM Best Workplaces Awards for 2017

Partners Life has been named as a finalist in the Medium – Large Workplace category of the 2017 IBM Best Workplaces Awards, based on New Zealand's largest and longest running study of workplace climate and employee engagement. The Best Workplaces Survey identifies the best places to work in New Zealand, as rated by employees.

Welcome to Partners Papers 12...

Welcome to Partners Papers 12...

Thank you so much for the amazing amount of feedback we received from the last ‘’Trauma’’ themed edition of Partners Papers, and congratulations to the lucky winners of the 10 IPADs.

Issue 12 - November 2017
Reece’s story...

Reece’s story...

Reece was a fit, healthy young guy with a busy life and a young family. He had an active, physical job as a builder and was a keen sportsman - a yachtsman, cyclist and runner who had recently completed his first marathon. At 38, life was good.

Issue 12 - November 2017