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Incorporated Societies and Non-Charitable Trusts: The Forgotten Children in the New Financial Reporting Regimes

By Grant Thornton New Zealand Ltd.   Over the last year we’ve been very proactive about discussing the new financial reporting regime, its impacts, the process, the decisions, the frameworks, and all of the positives and negatives in between. As we’ve been working through the various permutations that are possible with clients, a number of […]

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Who’s New Zealand’s real rich?

By Geoff Simmons. To see the original article, click here.   Over the weekend Max Rashbrooke’s latest book Wealth and New Zealand was released, giving a rare insight into the wealth of New Zealanders. We don’t see this sort of information very often because of lack of data. Because we tax some forms of cash […]

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Our Watch: National framework for prevention of violence against women and their children

No country in the world has a national, evidence-based road map to prevent violence against women and their children in a coordinated way. Our Watch partnered with VicHealth and ANROWS to create Change the story: A shared framework for the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia. Ending violence against women and […]

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Hui E! and the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Hui E! has written to all Ministers highlighting the specific areas of the SDGs that are relevant to their particular portfolios. There are 17 overarching Goals and 169 specific areas where UN member states will have to set domestic targets. In the letters we are emphasising the expectation, spelled out in the signed goals, that […]

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Hui E! Panui – October 2015

  October Panui 2015   Invitation to our Wellington Sector Hui  – Wellington: Thursday 8 October 2015, 10.00am to Midday Level 4, 120 Featherston StKia ora koutou katoa, ngā mihi nui ki a koutou Greetings – All are Welcome to attend. For any enquiries, to be added to the Hui E! mail list or to unsubscribe, please contact […]

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Five tips to engage with Māori

Five tips to engage with Māori By Atawhai Tibble   Number 1. Nā Wai (as in Nā wai te hui i karanga? or who set up the hui and why?) First things first, the purpose of any engagement is critical. So, who set up the engagement, and what is their purpose?  Why do they want to meet […]

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