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A cute puppy sitting under the Christmas tree may sound like a great gift idea, but it can sometimes lead to heartbreak for the animal – and the recipient.
Southern Cross Healthcare Group has taken out a hat trick of golds at the Reader’s Digest annual Quality Service Awards this week.
Richie McPaw, The Taxman, Pickles and Compost. These are among some of the country’s quirkiest pet names revealed by Southern Cross Pet Insurance today.
These days we rely on our smart phones to keep us connected to the world, but research from Southern Cross Travel Insurance (SCTI) suggests the devices may be doing just the opposite.
Southern Cross Health Society has today released its annual financial results, showing solid growth in membership as it continues to deliver excellent value for money.
Three in four New Zealand businesses still don’t have policies or arrangements in place for older workers despite the country’s ageing workforce.
The latest Wellness in the Workplace Survey results released by Southern Cross Health Society and BusinessNZ have revealed a current picture of workplace health and wellness for Kiwi workers.
One in six New Zealanders is putting themselves at risk by travelling overseas without insurance, instead relying on public appeals for money to pay medical bills should something go wrong.
Winter is here and as the temperature drops it can be tempting to go into hibernation. But while the chilly days offer little motivation to get off the couch, keeping active is key to taking care of your health.
Kerry Boielle has joined Southern Cross Health Society as Head of Distribution, overseeing direct and intermediated sales.
Just four months into its journey, New Zealand’s first charity mobile dental clinic has already given more than 400 disadvantaged patients new reasons to smile, with free dental procedures.
Doctors Martin Misur and Arthur Morris have been appointed as Trustees of the Southern Cross Health Trust and Directors of Southern Cross Hospitals Limited.