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Spring has sprung which means it's time to prepare your home for the warmer weather! Follow Power NI's spring clean check list to help you save money and make your home more energy efficient. 1. Ge...
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Like many charities, Age NI relies on the generosity of hundreds of volunteers to support its work across Northern Ireland, including an innovative approach to learning more about new technology wi...
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We are rightly proud of our ageing society and celebrate the opportunities as well as the challenges this brings to how we plan, design and deliver public services, support each other and connect t...
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'1/3 of older people in Northern Ireland tell us that they feel lonely, but as we all know, statistics only tell one part of the story,' says Linda Robinson, Age NI Chief Executive.
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When it comes to a one stop shop of health assessment services, your local or high street pharmacy probably has it covered.
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The Balmoral Show is Northern Ireland's largest agricultural event and this year Age NI will have an exciting stand to meet the thousands of people who attend. Running over four days, 10-13 May, th...
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SDC Trailers, in partnership with Age NI are holding an Advice and Information Day at their Headquarters in Toomebridge. Date: Saturday 21st October 10am-2pm Location: 116 Deerpark Road, Toomebridg...
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Age NI and Business in the Community call for ‘career MOT at 50’ to help people adjust future plans & pension savings 47% of workers in Northern Ireland aged 40-64 – estimated to be more than 297,8...
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Community Navigator Service here to help people over 50 years old improve their health and well being, through encouraging greater links within Mid Ulster community! The Community Navigator Service...
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Age NI is delighted to invite applications for the following exciting roles. The posts provides an opportunity for those with passion and commitment to work in a progressive organisation and help...
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Age NI is urging people in the boroughs of Carrick and Larne who are unsure about the new Personal Independence Payment (PIP) benefit and how it may affect them to call the Age NI Advice Service fo...
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Age NI Response to the Minister for Health’s Report, Health and Wellbeing 2026: Delivering Together
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Denise Drain shares her experience of volunteering to encourage more volunteers to support the Age NI Store.
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From 20 March to 23 April 2017, Age NI will be calling on people in Northern Ireland to 'start a conversation' as part of the initiative by Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness which both addresses...
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RTÉ and the National Museum of Ireland are developing a unique public history project documenting the story of Ireland over the last 100 years using ordinary objects treasured by families across th...
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As we work through the implications of the EU referendum results we are left with lots of questions but little clarity about the practical impacts of this ‘brave new world’ on all our lives.
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A radical shake-up of Northern Ireland's health and social care system to make it fit for the 21st Century has been unveiled.
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Researchers from Queen’s University and the Royal College of Surgeons want to identify outcomes which are important to older people when they are taking many medicines.
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Age NI responds to the Spring Budget and the Chancellor's announcement of a Social Care Green Paper
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Age NI is undertaking a survey to seek the views of older people living in Northern Ireland on the issue of 'Frailty'. Age NI is supporting the Public Health Agency in their work to develop a Frail...

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