Friendship New Zealand Incorporated
is a social organisation where
Fun, Friendship and Fellowship
have real meaning

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Friendship New Zealand Incorporated (FNZI) is a welcoming social organisation for people living in New Zealand who are retired, semi-retired or soon-to-retire. If you are in that "golden" stage of your life, woman or man, our Clubs could be a great option for you.

This website provides information about Friendship New Zealand Inc. and about the many Clubs that are registered with FNZI.

Clubs who are interested in affiliating to FNZI go here.

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Banner Master Highlights Final copy

Issue 20 - August 2017

As the result of an out-of-court settlement of a Defamation claim brought by former council member Mr Russell Tether against Friendship NZ Inc. and members of the FNZI Council which was settled out of Court, FNZI has agreed to apologise to Mr Tether in our Highlights newsletter as set out below.

apologyGraeme Pierson

Chairman FNZI

 

Update from Chairman, Graeme Pierson

Graeme

In view of the fact that I recently sent out my Chairman’s Report for the Annual General Meeting held recently in Wellington this report will be short. I would like to thank the Friendship Clubs of Johnsonville and Newlands on behalf of Council, for their assistance in the running of the meeting and the afternoon tea proved for all attendees. Council appreciated the fact there were a number of clubs represented from the north to south.

Council were very grateful that the Draft Constitution was adopted unanimously by those attending the meeting. This was very pleasing for members of Council who had worked very hard in preparing the draft and appreciated the fact that a number of clubs had made recommendations about parts of the draft that were removed as a result.

As a result of the roster system for Councillors that has been adopted there will be two elections in this Friendship year for Districts 9930 and 9940. Nomination papers will be forwarded to the clubs in these Districts in September. The sitting members, Bryan McKenzie (9930) and Chris Winstanley (9940) are both eligible for re-election.

Kind regards,

Graeme Pierson, Chairman, FNZI

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