We know life insurance is important, but we often put it off thinking we’ll get to it later.
Everyone’s circumstances are different. However, there are important life stages where you may want to consider life insurance:
● wedding planning
● having a child
● buying a house
● writing a will
Until 31 November 2019, if you take out a Cigna LifeOne policy and you’ll receive $150 credit towards your premium payments.
Schedule a call with Cigna for a personalised quote and to talk through your options.
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PLEASE HELP!! I am searching for a Maori woman, early 30’s who came to my rescue on Sunday 6th October, last year (2019) -at about 1pm.
I was riding my bike in Tahi Street, Miramar when a driver tried to run me over and then got violent. But the driver is now denying everything and accusing me of damaging her and her car.
The Maori woman I'm searching for saw it all, stopped and helped. I was pretty groggy and I didn't get her phone number before she left. I think she was driving a van like this (see photo below). If this is you, or you know her please get in touch. I just need a short statement of what she saw, it would help alot and I’d really appreciate it!
Photos: If you are the Maori woman I am searching for this is the type of van I think you were driving. This is the car driver you saw smash me. This is me on that day.
An $7.5 million dollar renovation brought the 95-year-old Museum Stand at the Basin Reserve up to modern standards - except for the women's toilets. The stand reopened on Friday, an hour before the first test against India began. During the test the only part of the interior open to the public was the new toilets. Sadly, that means less access for women. Men's toilets have two access points from the outside while women queue in the corridor, missing the on-field action. What was your experience?
Wellington Zoo has an outdoor venue among the animal cages where live bands and DJs blare music late into the night. I can hear it very clearly from my home.
The Zoo is generally quiet from very early evening and through the night. The animals will be used to the dark and quiet at this time, where they get some respite from being caged entertainment. But every now and then the evening brings more human harassment in the form of fantastically loud music and often chattering or yelling humans, that subjects these animals to further stress, sometimes until after midnight.
The Zoo told me this is done to make money. It’s punishment on top of punishment for animals, dressed up as both fun and conservation. It makes my skin crawl hearing this in our neighbourhood.
If you’re confused about the conservation façade, read from the many experts and research to understand that Zoos are really just recreation. And not for the animals.
Why does Wellington Zoo need to make it even worse?