In the Women’s Weekly’s ‘Ask The Doctor’ video series, regenerative medicine expert Dr Frances Pitsilis gives her advice on some of New Zealand’s most pressing health issues.
Charlotte Lockhart, Consumer Advocate for Perpetual Guardian, talks about the importance of having a will in her weekly segment Money Matters on TV3’s The Cafe.
In May 2016, The Palms shopping centre hosted a ‘Be Bald or Bold’ event to raise funds for REACH Child Cancer research.
Dr Frances Pitsilis gives The Cafe viewers her advice on how to stay younger for longer.
Leading NZ life and health insurer Partners Life has confirmed a $200 million investment commitment from funds managed by Blackstone Tactical Opportunities.
Dr Frances Pitsilis looks at what can be done about fatigue, which is becoming a more common and serious complaint from many people. Watch her interview on Breakfast here.
In partnership with DC Rescue Dogs, Botany Town Centre hosted its inaugural Dog Adoption Drive to help find suitable new forever homes for puppies and dogs that are in need. Watch the interview on Breakfast TV here
Philanthropy New Zealand unveiled its Giving New Zealand report at a Who’s Who philanthropy event at Auckland’s Museum of Transport and Technology. It revealed a boom in people leaving money to charities in their wills, with a 29 per cent growth in the value of bequests to charities, up from $122 million in 2011 to $157m in 2014. Liz …
A new Smartpay app could make it easier for small businesses to collect payment from customers without having to set up a till. Watch video here.
The Santa arriving at The Palms Shopping Centre is the first Sensory Santa to visit New Zealand, and aims to make the treasured experience of meeting Santa, a much more pleasant experience for children with sensory disorders. Watch the video here.
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