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;
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.
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;
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.
Make sure your members are up to speed with reciprocal rights
16 July 2020
As members start moving around the country again and enjoying holidays closer to home it is important to remind them about reciprocal rights and the rules and expectations that go with them.
New Zealanders and Australians have endorsed cash as a safe, preferred and reliable form of payment
8 July 2020
Next Payments recently conducted a survey of over 1,000 New Zealanders and Australians to understand the true sentiment on payment preferences and the results demonstrate that cash is a critical component of everyday life and commerce.
Ditch the plastic with the Clubs New Zealand App
24 June 2020
Those of you using the Clubs New Zealand mobile app will have seen that earlier this year we released some updates to the app which included a QR code on the digital membership card and improvements to the club locator.
Clubs New Zealand Response to the white paper - ending community sector dependance on pokie funding
24 June 2020
Last week we were made aware of a White Paper produced by the Problem Gambling Foundation, Hāpai Te Hauora and the Salvation Army titled ending community sector dependence on pokie funding that was distributed to Councillors across New Zealand.
NZ Covid Tracer App - It is now easier to get your QR code
11 June 2020
Now that we are in Alert Level 1 businesses do not need to be contact tracing and you can resume your normal procedures for identifying authorised customers and authorised visitors under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act.
False fire alarm callouts
10 June 2020
No one likes to be woken in the middle of the night after a long shift. False alarm callouts are a headache and waste of resource for all involved. They can also be costly if your monitoring company sends a guard out.
Club Managers Conference 2020 Cancelled
10 June 2020
The Club Managers Group Committee have made the tough decision to postpone the Club Managers Conference that was scheduled to be held in Whangamata later this year due to the associated costs and increased pressure on clubs following the COVID-19 lock down.
Functions and Events
4 June 2020
Last weeks amendments to the Order have clarified which rules apply to hired facilities or venues operating under level 2.
If a facility or venue has been hired for a social gathering – then the social gatherings rules apply.