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The National Government's plan to raise the pension age is drawing criticism from across the political spectrum, including from two of its support parties. Audio
Immigrant groups are backing the government's plan to oblige migrants to live in New Zealand for 20 years before receiving superannuation but want its introduction delayed. Audio
Power Play - Bill English's superannuation change might not find cross-party support, but he doesn't think it a risky move, writes Jane Patterson.
Opinion - If the government's pension age increase from 65 to 67 happens as planned, Sean Scanlon will be among the first cohorts to be affected.
The government's plan to raise the superannuation age to 67 in 2040 has put the cat among the election pigeons.
The Maori and Mana parties want the Superannuation age for Maori lowered because they die on average about seven years earlier than Pakeha. Audio
Labour leader Andrew Little responds to the government's announcement on raising the NZ Superannuation age. Video, Audio
Checkpoint reporter Zac Fleming heads out to the streets of Auckland's CBD to find out what people think of the government's announcement on NZ Superannuation. Audio
NZ First's Winston Peters, United Future's Peter Dunne, and ACT's David Seymour give their thoughts on Prime Minister's Bill English superannuation age increase. Audio
The government has raised the eligiblity age for NZ Superannuation from 65 to 67 - by 2040. Prime Minister Bill English talks to John Campbell about the decision. Video, Audio
The Retirement Commissioner says immigrants should have to be here for 25 years before they qualify for superannuation - she says the current 10-year requirement is too generous. Audio
Grey Power says it's socially and morally unacceptable to change the pension age. Audio
Winston Peters says New Zealand First has a 23-year track record of fighting for fair and affordable superannuation and will fight any suggested changes that leave people worse off. Audio
At the weekend, the Prime Minister Bill English signalled the retirement age could become an election year issue. We asked some Wellingtonians for their thoughts. Audio
The Prime Minister has turned superannuation into an election issue with one word: reset. He however is refusing to give any solid details telling Morning Report people will have to wait and see. Audio
Act's David Seymour wants Bill English to opt for a graduated approach to raising the age of entitlement for superannuation to 67 by 2032 in this May's budget, rather than wait for the general… Audio
New Zealand First and the ACT Party are at loggerheads over whether superannuation will remain affordable for people reaching the age of 65.
The government's review of the affordability of the superannuation scheme will raise alarm bells for many New Zealanders, says Labour.
More than $76 million of taxpayer's money has been invested in foreign companies blacklisted by a pension fund known as the world's leader in sustainable and ethical investment practices.
Outspoken - The solution to the ageing workforce is more complicated than just pension pay-outs, says Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell. Audio