Clubs New Zealand 2020 AGM Wrap Up

17 September 2020

Last week the Clubs New Zealand 2020 Annual General Meeting was held digitally via Zoom. This was a first for Clubs New Zealand and we would like to thank all the delegates that attended, participated and provided feedback.

Read more

Updating you Privacy Policy and Application form in anticipation of the new Privacy Act 2020

17 September 2020

In anticipation of the new Privacy Act coming into force in December this year, Clubs New Zealand has reviewed the template privacy policy and template membership application form for clubs.

Both these updated templates can be found in the resources section of the website under Members Area > Resources > Membership.

Read more

Clubs New Zealand 2020 Annual General Meeting

10 September 2020

The Clubs New Zealand 2020 Annual General Meeting will be taking place tomorrow morning, Friday, 11 September at 9.30am, via Zoom.

If you have not yet registered please do so using the link below (please note that your registration for last weeks test will not work with tomorrows AGM, you must re-register using the below or the link sent to you via email).

Read more

Invercargill Workingmen's Club Spud Dig Day

2 September 2020

Many years ago, a group of members of the Invercargill Workingmen’s Club (also known as IWMC) wanted to do something for Hospice, an organization that many of our community have family frequent. Their idea was novel; a spud competition, but not just any spud was to be grown.

Read more

Club Staff Supporting Members

26 August 2020

Upper Hutt Cossie Club staff recently donated $20 each to provide 100 free meals for the Club’s elderly members. From the Club’s over 70 years membership database 50 members were drawn randomly and were delivered two meals each in late July.

The generous gesture by the staff was in appreciation of the Club’s support of staff throughout the Covid lockdown with all staff receiving 100% of their wages and none being made redundant. Previously staff had donated goods to the local Foodbank.

Read more

Contact Tracing under Alert Level 2

20 August 2020

It is now mandatory for businesses including clubs to display the NZ COVID Tracer App QR Code for contact tracing purposes. The rules for contact tracing have changed slightly since May and there has been a little confusion around the requirements.

The current COVID-19 Public Health Response (Alert Levels 3 and 2) Order 2020 requires businesses to:

Read more

Sports and Tournaments under Alert Level 2

20 August 2020

Just as most clubs were getting back into the swing of adjunct activities and tournaments along came COVID. Unfortunately for our Auckland Clubs Alert Level 3 obviously puts a hand brake on everything. For the rest of the country operating at Alert Level 2 there are opportunities for recreation and sport to continue. It is not business as usual and clubs must ensure that they can meet the Government requirements and that members are informed and able to cooperate with those requirements.

Read more

Businesses must now display the NZ COVID Tracer QR Code

13 August 2020

Under Alert Levels 2 and 3, all businesses and services are required to display the official NZ COVID Tracer QR code posters in a prominent place at or near the main entrances to each of their premises (this is in addition to your requirement as a hospitality business to maintain a register for contact tracing purposes).

Read more

Get ready for the Clubs New Zealand 2020 Annual General Meeting

6 August 2020

In two weeks the Clubs New Zealand 2020 Annual General Meeting hosted by Clubs Hastings will be finally getting underway.

Registrations will open from 9.30am on Friday 21st August. As always the National Office team will be on hand to get you registered and answer your questions. We invite delegates to come and enjoy the club during the morning prior to lunch at 12.00pm

To help you get ready for conference we have prepared some tips, tricks and useful information below;

Read more

The Clubs New Zealand 2020 Wage and Salary Survey is Open

30 July 2020

The Clubs New Zealand Wage and Salary Survey is back for 2020 and open for all clubs to complete now.

The results from the Wage and Salary Survey allow us to create the annual Wage and Salary Guide which is an incredibly sought after resource.

Read more

Clubs New Zealand AGM Update - Things to do in Hastings

29 July 2020

Those of you planning on enjoying the beautiful Hawkes Bay before or after the upcoming AGM are going to be spoilt for choice. The team at the Hastings i-Site have been in touch to provide some Winery Tour Operators that come highly recommended;

Read more

Clubs New Zealand Annual Report for the year ended 31 Dec 2019

23 July 2020

The Clubs New Zealand 2020 Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday 22nd August 2020 at Club Hastings. The AGM was originally due to be held on 22nd March 2020, however, this was postponed due to New Zealand moving into Alert Level 2 on 21 March and subsequently Alert Level 4 on 25 March 2020. The Clubs New Zealand Board agreed to retrospectively modify the constitution in order to hold the AGM at this later date as allowed for under The COVID-19 Response (Further Management Measures) Legislation Act.

Read more

Get your hands on the future

With the Clubs New Zealand App

Get your hands on the future with Clubs New Zealand's App which can be downloaded on both Apple and Android.  The Clubs New Zealand App is all about helping you get more out of your membership. As a member of a club you can access any of our network of 300 member clubs as a reciprocal visitor and visiting a club is a breeze with the new digital membership card.

 

Find out more