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Win the cost of your trip back with our friends at Bluebridge
29 September 2022
Bluebridge have opened their sailing schedule until 31 March 2024, and to celebrate being open for bookings they're giving Clubs New Zealand members the chance to win the cost* of their trip back. Simply use the promo code CLUBSNZ when you book by 30 October 2022.
Queen Elizabeth II Memorial Day - 26 September 2022
14 September 2022
On Monday 26 September, New Zealand will mark the passing of Queen Elizabeth II with a State Memorial Service and one-off public holiday.
The public holiday will be called Queen Elizabeth II Memorial Day. This is a one off public holiday and the normal public holiday requirements under the Holiday's Act will apply, legislation will be passed shortly to bring the holiday into force.
Aria Cosmopolitan Club - Club Manager
12 September 2022
Aria is a peaceful little village in the King Country, offering a fantastic local primary school, bus service to nearby secondary school, squash club, tennis courts, and more.
The Aria Cos Club acts as the hub of the community and offers a meeting point for members, family and friends to get together for entertainment, games and activities, or just to share a meal and a cold beverage.
It is time to make sure your eftpos machines are ready for the new compliance requirements
8 September 2022
As many of you are probably aware, there are a lot of older eftpos machines that need upgrading/replacing by April 2023 to meet compliance. If you are considering using ClubPOS in the future, it would be worthwhile ensuring that you get an eftpos machine that is compatible during this changeover, or when your contract is up for renewal.
Why recording your Class 4 observations and interventions is so important
8 September 2022
Every venue that operates Class 4 Gaming Machines has a responsibility and obligation to monitor their customers for signs of problem gambling. A key part of the monitoring process is recording observations and interactions, so that informed decisions can be made as to whether a customer is experiencing gambling harm, and whether an intervention or further action is required.
You must have a formal process for recording observations and interaction, this usually comes in the form of a logbook.