31 days ago

How do you want to be remembered?

The Staff from Avenal Park Funeral Home

So, why should you pre-plan and/or pre-pay your funeral?

● Peace of mind – relieves some of the stress for those left behind, as you have left a plan of what you want. Provides information and answers to questions asked.
● Financial security – eases the burden for your family. Currently, $10,000 (held in a funeral plan) is exempt from rest home asset testing.
● Personalisation - your wishes are known. You can record your specific preferences for your meaningful funeral, to be celebrated as you want to be remembered.
● You have control until the end – taking care of your funeral arrangements is a thoughtful and caring thing to do for your family.
● Provides comfort to others – a meaningful funeral is an important event for your family and friends. It brings a sense of closure and enables your family to begin the healing process.

From preplanning and/or prearranging of funerals, to looking after you when your loved one dies, through to designing and organising of memorials, the team at Avenal Park Funeral Home are here for you.

For more information, or to discuss prearranging and preplanning your funeral, contact Nigel, Donna, Chris or Mel at Avenal Park Funeral Home on 03 218 9021 or visit us at 75 Fox Street, Invercargill.
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Dunedin council 'fleeced' Central Otago and Queenstown with $117m Aurora dividends

Nicole Reporter from Dunedin News

Central Otago and Queenstown's mayors want the Dunedin City Council to stump up cash towards a $400 million electricity lines upgrade.

They say the city council is partly responsible for Aurora Energy's failure to upgrade and maintain its network because it received $177m in dividends from the company.

What do you think? Read the full story here here and tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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1 day ago

Make a visit to start a conversation.

Yvette Williams Retirement Village

Talking to a family member about care can be difficult. To help start a conversation, you’re invited to visit our Open Day this Sunday.

This is a chance for you, and your family members, to experience the feeling of community at Ryman Care, first-hand.
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