Welcome to Thrive

Spring 2017 #2017summer

Spring has sprung, and with it comes the promise of longer days and - fingers crossed - the start of some sunny weather. Spring is also the season of new beginnings, and if you've been thinking about making some healthy changes you'll find plenty of inspiration in this issue.

5,000 office workers will escape this...

We all know that running is good for fitness and well-being. Often we get in the zone on our own but things are a little different when there are a...

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Welcome to Thrive! Spring 2017

Spring has sprung, and with it comes the promise of longer days and – fingers crossed – the start of some sunny weather. Spring is also the season...

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A special photography exhibition

Here in New Zealand, we sometimes feel we have lots of problems. But inspiring New Zealander Denise Arnold discovered that our issues pale in compa...

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Fidelity Life proud to support corpor...

Corporate fitness and well-being positively affects a business and their most important asset – their employees. So Fidelity Life is proud to once...

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Welcome to Nadine

Since joining Fidelity Life in October 2016, Nadine Tereora has now well and truly settled in as CEO. Nadine is a well-known and respected industr...

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Volunteering to make a difference

December 5 is International Volunteer Day, a United Nations-led observed day which has been going since 1985. The main focus of International Volu...

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Shining a light on domestic abuse

Statistics show that every five minutes the New Zealand Police are called to a domestic abuse incident, while half of all violent crime is family v...

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Team day out with a difference

Not only does volunteering benefit the community, but it can also offer personal and professional development opportunities – and team bonding. Fi...

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Fidelity Life goes for gold at 100-Ho...

Every day, six New Zealanders are diagnosed with a blood cancer or related condition – that’s about 2,200 people each year. Blood cancers combined...

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