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The Department of Internal Affairs

The Department of Internal Affairs

Te Tari Taiwhenua

Building a safe, prosperous and respected nation

 

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01/02/2011 -: Registrar-General welcomes sentencing in fake marriage celebrant case
27/01/2011 -: Pokie spend down over year
20/01/2011 -: Integrity the priority for gambling compliance
05/01/2011 -: Liam and Sophie top the list of popular names for 2010
23/12/2010 -: Government ICT Council established
22/12/2010 -: Department of Internal Affairs and New Zealand Post Group work towards igovt partnership
21/12/2010 -: Guilty plea over gaming machine grants
16/12/2010 -: Pokies allowed in smoking area
03/12/2010 -: Gamblers spent a little less in 2009/10
26/11/2010 -: Another supplier joins all-of-government IT panel
24/11/2010 -: Scammers persist: not from Internal Affairs
17/11/2010 -: Tournament poker is gambling
04/11/2010 -: Tip-off leads to jailing
28/10/2010 -: Drivers' licence scam continues
14/10/2010 -: Pokie spend up in third quarter
07/10/2010 -: Internal Affairs to lead ICT for government
05/10/2010 -: Applications open for Peace and Disarmament Education Trust
21/09/2010 -: Scam warning: Callers not from Internal Affairs
20/09/2010 -: Daylight saving begins this weekend
13/09/2010 -: Beware - Mystery Shopper scam circulating
27/08/2010 -: Chinese Poll Tax Heritage Trust applications closing soon
19/08/2010 -: Pokie thief jailed
11/08/2010 -: Computer scamster active
10/08/2010 -: Don't be sucked in by cold caller
06/08/2010 -: Casino non-payment to be investigated
20/07/2010 -: Annual pokie spend continues down
08/07/2010 -: Cost of Ministerial credit card OIA confirmed
30/06/2010 -: Beware using purchased email addresses
28/06/2010 -: System to improve gambling sector integrity
03/06/2010 -: Keeping up with ‘real time’ scam threats

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