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This paper discusses the experience of caring for someone over 65, with a terminal illness, in rural New Zealand. The narratives from seven participants contextualise complex lived realities, potentially informing future rural end-oflife (EoL) care and contributing to contemporary goals of positive ageing and dying well. Positioning themselves as carers, rather than as rural people, the participants speak about similar issues, with diverging perspectives reflecting their different carerdoi:10.11157/sites-vol7iss2id131 fatcat:lzskp53u6nbbplob5rzorx73km