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Autumn 2018

The time of year when daylight saving is over and the nights are drawing in is a great time to take stock. Owls are a theme in this season’s Thrive – we’re getting behind the Haier Big Hoot, a fun owl-themed charity event to support Child Cancer Foundation or enter our competition for a colourful toy owl to brighten your home. We hope you enjoy this issue of Thrive – here’s to a happy and healthy autumn.

John's story

Running a 172-hectare dairy farm requires an around the clock commitment.  Beyond the daily milking regime, there’s everything from fencing, machin...

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Tell us your story

What's your Fidelity Life story? Share your story and if we publish it we'll give you a $150 Prezzy Card. MktoForms2.loadForm(...

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Pom and Maude's story

When the Edwards family were given the opportunity to operate their own food distribution business, they were excited at the prospects ahead. It m...

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Therese's story

It’s often said there’s power in positive thinking. Wellington real estate agent Therese believes it.  She’s definitely a glass half full person a...

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Frances' story

It's fair to say that some people just don't see the need for life insurance. But don’t suggest that to Waihi resident Frances Flaherty. "I get qu...

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Leilani and Richard's story

Leilani and Richard were a typical hard working couple.  They were in their 50s, enjoying life together and working hard to get their mortgage paid...

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Shane's story

Without insurance, where would we be now? It was just like any other day when Shane Petersen set off for work at one of Taranaki's land-based oil...

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Jeanette's story

It was a pretty special weekend for anyone who follows the All Blacks – the 2015 Rugby World Cup final. Like thousands of fellow Kiwis around the...

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Helen's story

For close to four years, Helen had benefited from a life insurance package through her employer. But when she left the role, it was time to rethink...

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