Meet John and David - first home owners with their Life Insurance sorted (even with an HIV diagnosis).

Meet John and David – they’re about to sign the contracts on their new home, and it’s an exciting and stretching time, regardless of the interest rate

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Friday, 03 June 2016 04:11

Don't ignore a medical sharps injury

Half of all needlestick and sharps injuries go unreported

In Australia at least 18,000 healthcare professionals report suffering a needle-stick injury (often referred to as NSI or contaminated sharps injury) every year.

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Meet Lisa. She's a procurement manager for a busy national corporate and there's nothing she can't find when she puts her mind to it

But when it came to life insurance for somebody with diabetes, that proved a bigger challenge.

Last year while on holidays, Lisa's partner Sandra had to go to hospital after a problem with her diabetes medication.

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Meet Naomi - nurse, single and super mum

Blood borne virus exposure insurance for nurses and doctors

Naomi is an experienced accident and emergency nurse with more than 5 years experience working in the surgical wards and in and around potentially dangerous medical workspaces.

She is used to managing chaos and moody teenagers; she has two of her own she's hoping to put into private school next year for their senior years before they hopefully go to university.

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Tuesday, 28 June 2016 16:46

Dave, life of the party

Meet Dave - life of the party

He's a big fan of the party life and 'works hard so he can play hard'. If you ever got into a serious conversation with him, he's an open-minded no-labels kind of guy.

His work ute looks as good as he does and he's in high demand on Saturday night - and always swipes right - if you know what we mean.

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