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25 November, 2016
Please be advised we are currently in the process of completed an exciting upgrade to our systems.Read more about We're upgrading our systems
Last updated 11:00am 16 November, 2016
Our Blenheim, Nelson, Kapiti and Lower Hutt Customer Centres have been confirmed as safe by our engineers and are open for business.Read more about Important information for customers and staff following the recent earthquakes
1 October, 2016 - originally published on nzherald.co.nz
About six weeks after his mother's funeral, Bruce Maynard wondered why he was feeling so glum.
"I just felt down; really quite depressed. I couldn't be bothered with work, I was grumpy and uncommunicative at home - and didn't know why. I didn't think it was my mum's death as that had all been over for some time...we'd had the funeral and the goodbyes.Read more about How to avoid extra grief after a death
Media Release 28 September 2016
Read more about You’re an Executor - do you really know what you’ve signed up for?
Research* commissioned by Public Trust provides new insight into the responsibilities carried out by individuals named as executors of a Will and the challenges they face.
10 May, 2016
Public Trust has decided to temporarily delay the implementation of its new IT system until it is confident that its quality standards can be met.Read more about Public Trust announces delay to IT system
Today’s rededication ceremony for the 63 Public Trust employees who lost their lives in the First and Second World Wars paid tribute to their sacrifice as ordinary New Zealanders who were civil servants and fathers, sons and brothers. Read more about Rededication Ceremony Honours World War One and Two Public Trust Servicemen
Alzheimers New Zealand and Public Trust, one of New Zealand’s largest trustee organisations, have today announced a three year partnership to support people affected by dementia. Read more about Alzheimers New Zealand partners with Crown Entity
The odds of receiving a large inheritance are becoming less likely with people living longer and more parents giving money to children while still alive to help them get on the property ladder or out of debt. Read more about Shrinking inheritances a sign of the changing times
Grahame Vial worked for Public Trust from 1911 until 1916, when he enlisted to go to war. He was killed in Ypres in Belgium on September 27, 1917, aged 22. Read more about Putting a face to the name