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You’ll find Public Trust news from the last few months below, for older news visit our news archive.
After more than eight decades operating in Nelson, Public Trust has unveiled a new-look customer centre in Morrison Square.
It’s one of the biggest challenges facing the country’s health system – one that will cost the economy $4.5 billion and affect more than 170,000 New Zealanders by 2050.
New trust law has landed, bringing with it more rights for beneficiaries and raising the bar on what’s expected of trustees.
The following is an opinion piece by Public Trust Senior Solicitor Theresa Donnelly.
Making a will is on many of our ‘to do’ lists, but for some it never makes it to the top. In fact, approximately 55% of adult New Zealanders do not have a will.
Some of the country’s most time-squeezed citizens are looking elsewhere for help caring for elderly family members, with signs that this will only increase.
A neighbourly gesture will see Hawke’s Bay’s Smedley Station and Cadet Training Farm expand in the coming months.