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News and Updates

Pokie expenditure down

The Department of Internal Affairs released the following message today regarding gambling expenditure during the 2013/14 financial year:

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NZCT Cycle Classic

The 2015 NZCT New Zealand Cycle Classic kicks off in Palmerston North on Wednesday 28 January.  As the only Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) endorsed event in New Zealand, this race attracts a wide range of local and international competitors. 

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Rescue vehicle a great asset

Late last year NZCT helped Sunset Beach Lifeguard Service purchase a new rescue vehicle.  The vehicle has been a great asset to the club - particularly over the busy summer holiday period.  It is being used to patrol the beach and has already helped rescue several people in need of help.

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Ambulance dedication

NZCT is a proud supporter of Wellington Free Ambulance (WFA).  We recognise the immense contribution the service provides to people living in the greater Wellington region.  And when we received a request for assistance with the purchase of a new state-of-the-art ambulance, we were pleased to be able to help.

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NZCT AIMS Games a financial boon

AIMS Games contributed more than $1.5m to region’s economy

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Hungarian coach for Whanganui Kayakers

To help lift the performance of local kayakers, Whanganui Triathlon & Multiport Club’s Kayaking division (WTMC) realised it would have to attract a dedicated, professional coach to the region.

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Higher community returns

Minister of Internal affairs Peter Dunne has confirmed new regulations will come into effect on 4 September 2014 that raise the minimum percentage of net proceeds gaming societies must return to the community.

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Sport NZ research

Sport New Zealand has just released findings from its 2012 study into sport and recreation sector funding provided by gaming societies.

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Magical music

This year’s NZCT Chamber Music Contest is currently underway, with around 2,000 young Kiwi musicians and composers competing for top honours.

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Helping the homeless

Financial assistance for Auckland City Mission

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Halwell's hitters

A $5,000 NZCT grant has made a big difference to Christchurch’s Halswell Tennis Club.

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New velodrome

NZCT is a proud supporter of the Avantidrome, which was officially opened by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on 12 April 2014.

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Encounter Motocross

The Encounter Race Team’s campaign in the NZ Motocross season over 2013/14 has been a journey of triumphs and misfortunes that has lead to a victorious finish.

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Quake courts repaired

Redcliffs Tennis Club is thrilled to have its tennis courts back up and running, three years after they were destroyed by the Canterbury earthquakes.

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