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Upcoming Events: Westie Wednesday 2014

Every year Foundation for Youth Development (FYD) Auckland is helping thousands of children and young people in West Auckland to discover possibility, transform lives, and reach their potential. Through proven and acclaimed programmes Kiwi Can, Project K and Stars, FYD is able to help build self-esteem, promote good values and teach valuable life, education and health

Restoration Of An Icon: The Henderson Railway Station

The historic Henderson Railway Station was officially re-opened last month at an event celebrating the completion of its much-anticipated restoration. The restoration project was the work of the Henderson Heritage Trust, headed by Michael Joyce, in an undertaking spanning no less than 13 years.  It is a credit to the Trust’s nine trustees, who overcame

Duties and Responsibilities of Trustees

There are an estimated 400,000 trusts in New Zealand, each with appointed Trustees responsible for the management of the trust. The duties imposed on trustees arise from legislation (Trustee Act 1956), case law and the trust deed creating the trust. The Law Commission has been examining the role of trustees and the mechanisms for administering

Charities Commission to be Disestablished

The Crown Entities Reform Bill has been introduced to parliament to disestablish the Charities Commission and transfer its functions and duties to the Department of Internal Affairs. The Department of Internal Affairs will take on the responsibilities of the Charities Commission with the exception of charity registration and deregistration, which will be carried out by

2012-03-04T09:00:09+00:00 March 4th, 2012|Not for Profits, Trusts & Charities|

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