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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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  • Archive Exhibition Project

    A new permanent exhibition will display our iconic constitutional documents: The 1835 Declaration of Independence/He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga, the 1840 Treaty of Waitangi/Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the 1893 Women’s Suffrage Petition. [16/03/2016 3:39:21 p.m.]

  • bdmreview

    Review of the access provisions under the BDM Act covering what information can be made available about registered births, deaths, marriages, civil unions, and name changes, who can access BDM information and where, how and when the information can be made available. [21/03/2016 12:51:49 p.m.]

  • Better Local Services

    The Better Local Services package enables innovation and collaboration in local government to deliver better local services and infrastructure. [31/03/2016 1:35:38 p.m.]

  • Gambling Expenditure Statistics

    Gambling statistics provided by the Department of Internal Affairs. [1/03/2016 9:40:50 a.m.]

  • Ministers' expenses

    Information about travel and accommodation expenses for members of the Executive, administered by Ministerial Services in the Department of Internal Affairs. This information on the expenses of members of the Executive is provided on a quarterly basis. [25/02/2016 4:53:53 p.m.]

  • Ministerial credit card expenses

    Latest quarterly Ministerial credit card expenditure releases. [25/02/2016 9:49:38 a.m.]

  • Most Popular Male and Female First Names

    Top 100 male and female names for each year since 2004, based on births registered in New Zealand. [29/01/2016 1:05:59 p.m.]

  • Customer Experience Survey

    [21/01/2016 4:05:49 p.m.]

  • Environment Canterbury

    Government is proposing a mixed-model governance structure for Environment Canterbury (ECan) after the local government elections in October 2016. A discussion document is now open for public consultation. [25/09/2015 2:54:24 p.m.]

  • Gaming Statistics

    Gaming expenditure statistics, machine numbers, society numbers, percentage of machines by society. [23/07/2015 12:06:59 p.m.]

  • Disclosure of chief executive expenses, gifts and hospitality

    Disclosure of chief executive expenses, gifts and hospitality [16/07/2015 3:56:05 p.m.]

  • Rates Rebate Scheme

    Information on the Government's Rates Rebate Scheme, including forms and details for the 2012-13 financial year. [15/07/2015 2:08:17 p.m.]

  • Info for Territorial Authorities

    Information to assist Territorial Authorities when reviewing their Class 4 Gambling Policies [3/07/2015 8:50:58 a.m.]

  • Community-led Development

    An overview of community-led development [30/03/2015 12:12:34 p.m.]

  • Compliance Common Capability Programme

    The programme supports the overall development of a professional compliance community in New Zealand. Compliance activities are usually carried out by agencies within central and local government that have regulatory functions, to ensure that people and organisations adhere to rules and regulations for the public good. Compliance activities include auditing, licensing, education, monitoring, surveillance, and investigation. [10/12/2014 9:48:53 a.m.]

  • Mystery Shopper campaign

    Internal Affairs initiated a mystery shopper campaign that sent undercover gamblers to casinos, pubs, and hotels to test whether patrons showing signs of potential gambling addiction to pokie machines were adequately dealt with by venue staff. [4/12/2014 10:53:56 a.m.]

  • Annual Report 2012-13

    Department of Internal Affairs Annual Report 2012-13. [23/10/2014 10:33:30 a.m.]

  • Decommissioned websites

    The websites listed on this page have been decommissioned by the Department of Internal Affairs as a part of its web optimisation programme. [14/10/2014 11:16:31 a.m.]

  • Fire Services Transition

    New Zealand’s urban and rural fire services will be brought together into one unified fire services organisation from mid-2017. [24/03/2016 2:16:44 p.m.]

  • Performance Improvement Framework Assessment

    Department of Internal Affairs undertook this Performance Improvement Framework (PIF) formal assessment as part of the PIF pilot, led by the State Services Commission (SSC). [24/03/2014 8:35:42 a.m.]

  • 2013 Gazettes

    New Zealand Gazette On-Line - 2013 Gazettes. [1/11/2013 11:41:57 a.m.]

  • Marriage Amendment Act - Questions and Answers

    Answers to questions about the Marriage Amendment Act 2013. [20/09/2013 2:41:17 p.m.]

  • GCIO Review of Publicly Accessible Systems

    The Government Chief Information Officer (GCIO), together with an external specialist, will review policy, process and assurance information provided by departments relating to the security of publicly accessible agency systems. [6/06/2013 3:20:45 p.m.]

  • Government response to report on passport validity

    [24/08/2015 12:07:36 p.m.]

  • KiaTutahi

    The Kia Tūtahi Relationship Accord is an important symbol of commitment between government and communities to engage effectively to achieve social, economic and environmental outcomes. It sets expectations about how government agencies and communities will work together. [15/04/2016 1:33:07 p.m.]

  • Statement of Intent 2012-15

    Department of Internal Affairs Statement of Intent 2012-15. [28/05/2012 5:24:54 p.m.]

  • Local Government Policy

    Information about the Local Government portfolio and its issues. [31/03/2016 11:05:37 a.m.]