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Trust Tairawhiti financial statements released

Trust Tairawhiti has released its 2019/2020 financial statements ahead of its annual meeting on Thursday next week.

“The trust welcomes anyone who is interested to attend. We look forward to discussing the past year, sharing our priorities for the year ahead and releasing He Rangitapu, He Tohu Ora — Tairawhiti Wellbeing Framework,” said trust chief executive Gavin Murphy.

The meeting is at the Gisborne Boys' High School Hall on July 30 and starts at 5.30pm.

The trust's consolidated financial statements for the year to the end of March 2020 are available at its website (www.trusttairawhiti.nz), under “Documents” via the “Menu”. Hard copies are also available at the trust office next week.

  1. Peter Jones says:

    Agenda 21 – chapter 33, Financial resources and mechanisms.
    Section 33.13 Means of implementation:
    In general the financing for the implementation of Agenda 21 will come from a country’s own public and private sectors.

    Advance New Zealand Public Party has pledged to unwind mechanisms such as Trust Tairawhiti and force them back to being held accountable by the public.
    We are all heartily sick of “Think Globally Act Locally”.