Welcome to Thrive

Winter 2018

Winter has well and truly arrived and brought with it flurries of snow and lashings of rain. While some are dreaming of warm, sunny beaches, for others the colder weather is a welcome opportunity to hit the slopes, or just hit pause and reflect on the year to date.

In this issue we’re looking back on The Haier Big Hoot, the art trail that turned Auckland’s streets into a colourful aviary to raise money for Child Cancer Foundation. We give you some wellbeing tips for your winter lifestyle, and we also talk with David Seymour, the family man from Northland with an amazingly positive attitude, following a devastating diagnosis.

David's story

Thrive Winter 2018   “It’s certainly a journey that one doesn’t expect to take and you have to learn to adapt”. While preparing to move into the...

read article

Tell us your claim story

Want to share your claim story? Tell us and if we publish it we'll give you a $150 Prezzy Card. MktoForms2.loadForm("//app-sn0...

read article

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...

read article

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...

read article

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...

read article

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...

read article

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...

read article

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...

read article

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...

read article
Load More