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Senior Focus

Senior Focus is the voice of Grey Power Auckland. In recognition of the diversity of seniors, the hosts bring senior leaders and experts to the show to explore a wide range of topics. If you’re over 50, tune to Senior Focus for comprehensive information on the policies and events that impact on seniors’ wellbeing.

Presenters

  • Presenter: Anne-Marie Coury

    Anne-Marie is a 60-something advocate for seniors’ wellbeing, with a background in public sector policy, health and education. She sees radio as a favourite medium for seniors and with on-demand options, a great place to find a wealth of information. For fun and friendship, Anne-Marie enjoys cycling, singing, theatre, and travel. Relaxing with a good book, and writing poetry are other pastimes.

  • Presenter: Bill Rayner

    Bill is the Director for Grey Power in the Auckland region. He has retired from a career in international shipping and aviation, and as a sixth generation Aucklander is pursuing his passion for the city’s heritage and history. He has had a long involvement in community affairs, not only in heritage but also as an advocate for the Auckland senior community and their contribution to region’s affairs

  • Presenter: Richard Barter

    Richard has a special interest in transport, how it effects seniors and the promotion of safety for cyclists, especially around trucks. As a cyclist himself Richard rides trails in the mountains and uses a bicycle as his main choice of transport.  He’s a jazz fan and plays bass at his church, grows vegetables and enjoys looking after his grandson.

Senior Focus

Sunday, 25 June, 2017

The Voice of Grey Power Auckland

Expert advice and support on how to thrive in the Senior years.

Previous podcasts

  • SUNDAY 11/06/2017

  • SUNDAY 4/06/2017

  • SUNDAY 28/05/2017

  • SUNDAY 21/05/2017

  • Ak Council- Gender Issues

    • MONDAY 15/08/2016
    • Health

    Anne-Marie Coury speaks with Adriana Christie and Anne Degia-Pala about barriers to women standing for Council, equal pay and the glass ceiling at Council Controlled Organisations.

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