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  • 01 Dec 2015

    nib Doing Distribution Deals on Both Sides of the Tasman

    nib has been doing deals to expand on both sides of the Tasman. Quickly following the announcement of the purchase of OnePath's medical book and the association distribution deal nib Australia has announced a plan to sell health insurance to Qantas frequent flyers. Link. 

  • 30 Nov 2015

    Income Protection Gaps - A Growing Global Challenge

    Zurich answers the question 'What's the income Protection gap?'  'The income protection gap is the reduction in household income as a consequence of the death or incapacity of an adult wage earner on whom that household relies, taking all public and private sources of replacement income into account.' Here is a video of why families fall into hardship when an unexpected event leaves a family member with a disability or even premature death.

  • 27 Nov 2015

    Southern Cross: Parents Anything but Sun Smart

    Press release from Southern Cross released 10th November 2015: The sun-smart message isn’t fully getting through to parents with over half (51%) admitting their children have been sunburnt, according to a survey by Southern Cross. The survey into the living habits of Kiwis, conducted by TNS, has revealed the most common places for kids to get sunburnt is the beach or park (55%), school (23%) and home (23%). Southern Cross Health Society CEO Peter Tynan says this is a worry as New Zealand is home to some of the world’s highest levels of ultraviolet (UV) radiation and has an already high rate of skin cancer. In 2014 Southern Cross funded 49,232 skin procedures at a cost of over $41 million. “The Skin Cancer foundation say one blistering sunburn in childhood or adolescence more than doubles a person's chances of developing melanoma, so it pays to be extra careful, especially when dealing with young skin.” The survey also showed that:58% of Kiwis get sunburnt each year – rising to 72% for those under age 4038% of those under age 30 sunbathe on holiday22% of males don’t use sunscreen at all “We know it only takes a few minutes in the sun to get burnt – yet only 26% of people said they use sunscreen at least once a day. “This could be due to myths about sunscreen causing cancer instead of preventing it, or simply because people are covering up more, or trying to keep out of the sun.” The survey was conducted on behalf of Southern Cross who is looking into the living habits of Kiwis as part of its sponsorship of the new TVNZ show Kiwi Living. “We want to get Kiwis motivated and making small changes that pay long term dividends with their health and wellbeing,” says Tynan. Ends.

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