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New Zealand Colonial Secretary"s Office and Department of Internal Affairs

Sharp, Andrew

New Zealand Colonial Secretary"s Office and Department of Internal Affairs

a short history

by Sharp, Andrew

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Published by R. E. Owen, Govt. Printer in Wellington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New Zealand. Dept. of Internal Affairs -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Andrew Sharp.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJQ5850.I53 S5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination85 p. :
    Number of Pages85
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4486142M
    LC Control Number79315137

    The Department of Internal Affairs Identity Services Office in London - often referred to as the London passport Office is responsible for the issuing and renewals of New Zealand passports in Ireland. The New Zealand Embassy in Dublin has no involvement with issuing New Zealand passports. In the majority of cases you can apply for a passport online. Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne today launched the second service designed around significant events in the lives of New Zealanders. “’Te Hokinga ā Wairua - End of Life Service' is a source of expert, trusted and accessible information to help guide people facing the loss of a loved one and also allows people to record their preferences ahead of time to make it easier on those they.

    From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. New Zealand. Department of External Affairs Snippet view - External Affairs Review, Volume 14 New Zealand. NZ Post Office agencies withdrawn. Local authorised agencies established. Commemorative birth certificates available for the year marking years of the Signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. Births, Deaths and Marriages transferred from the Department of Justice to Department of Internal Affairs. Became known as the Central Registry.

    New Zealand’s Treasury department was established in as part of Lieutenant Governor William Hobson’s administration, along with a customs department and a colonial secretary’s office. Its longevity is testimony to the indispensable nature of the work of keeping the government’s accounts. The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) registers and maintains the New Zealand birth, death, marriage, civil union and name change information, and issues certificates and printouts.


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The New Zealand Colonial Secretary's Office and Department of Internal Affairs: a short history by Andrew Sharp (Book) Ministerial briefing: October by New Zealand (Book).

The Colonial Secretary's Office handled the creation of New Zealand's public service, and became the modern Department of Internal Affairs in The Colonial Secretary became known as the Minister of Internal Affairs from then on. The Colonial Secretary was considered the deputy of the Governor, until the granting of responsible government.

Covid and counter services: Our central counter sites will be open Mon-Fri 10am-3pm from Monday 18th May Counter services are by appointment only. The Colonial Secretary's Office handled the creation of New Zealand's public service, and became the modern Department of Internal Affairs in [1] The Colonial Secretary became known as the Minister of Internal Affairs from then on.

The Colonial Secretary was considered the deputy of the Governor, until the granting of responsible government. Encompasses passports, citizenship and birth, death and marriage registration, lottery and community grants, gambling and censorship regulation, internet safety, anti-spam, civil defence and emergency management, local government, ethnic affairs, support services to the executive, and information and communication technology services for all of government.

Department of Internal Affairs. Te Tari Taiwhenua. Secretary for Local Government. Organisations. Archives New Zealand; Charities Services; Film and Literature Board of Review; National Library of New Zealand; Passports office; The Office of Ethnic Communities; Sector Public Service Contact.

Freephone: 25 78 87 Phone. The Department of Internal Affairs has convened and is hosting a Covid Local Government Response Unit. This dedicated working group comprises senior leadership from DIA’s Central Local Government Partnerships, Local Government Policy and Operations teams, from the Society of Local Government Managers (SOLGM), Local Government New Zealand.

Department of Internal Affairs New Zealand House 80 Haymarket London SW1Y 4TQ United Kingdom At the London office, you can: order New Zealand birth, death, marriage, civil union and name change certificates (GBP£19 each). submit a notice of intended marriage or civil union in New Zealand (GBP£85, or GBP£ if you're getting married.

Freephone: (Australia only). Monday to Friday, 6am–5pm (Sydney time) Phone: +61 2 Public counter opening hours: Monday to Friday 10am to 3pm. New Zealand Colonial Secretary's Office and Department of Internal Affairs. Wellington: R.E. Owen, Govt. Printer, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Sharp.

National Library of New Zealand, Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa. National Library of New Zealand contacts.

National Library of New Zealand office locations. New Zealand Gazette. Email: [email protected] New Zealand Gazette Office Department of Internal Affairs PO Box Wellington Phone: +64 4 or +64 4 More about the.

Responsibilities include passports, citizenship, births, deaths and marriages, National Library and Archives New Zealand, regulation of gambling, censorship, fire services, and setting the policy direction for all-of-government ICT.

DPMC serves the Executive, Governor-General, Prime Minister and Cabinet, through the provision of impartial advice and support. Department of Internal Affairs, Head Office [record group] (ACGO).

This agency was created by Archives New Zealand to describe the records it holds that relate to the Colonial Secretary's Office/Department of Internal Affairs.

New Zealand Government | Te Kawanatanga o Aotearoa Unite against COVID Home / Government A-Z / Department of Internal Affairs / Citizenship contact information / General citizenship contact information / Christchurch citizenship office Christchurch citizenship office.

COVID and walk-in services. Inthe first New Zealand Government Gazette was published in Auckland by the Colonial Secretary.

Early editions included appointments and proclamations such as the formation of the Executive and Legislative Councils. Today the New Zealand Gazette is published by the Department of Internal Affairs (formerly the Colonial Secretary’s Office).

Freephone: 22 51 51 (New Zealand only): Phone: +64 4 (outside New Zealand): Email: For enquiries about applying for citizenship, email [email protected]; To apply in person for citizenship, email [email protected]; For questions about citizenship by descent or getting proof of citizenship status, email [email protected] The Minister of Internal Affairs is a ministerial portfolio in the government of New Zealand with responsibility over the Department of Internal Affairs.

The position of Minister of Internal Affairs has existed since the Department of Internal Affairs replaced the Colonial Secretary 's office from 19 November Appointer: Governor-General of New Zealand. History. The Department of Internal Affairs traces its roots back to the Colonial Secretary's Office, which from the time New Zealand became a British colony, inwas responsible for almost all central Government Department was the first government department to be established in New Zealand, and it became the home for a diverse range of government functions providing services Jurisdiction: New Zealand.

First Colonial Office (–) Prior toresponsibility for the affairs of the British colonies was part of the duties of the Secretary of State for the Southern Department and a committee of the Privy Council known as the Board of Trade and Plantations. In the separate American or Colonial Department was established, in order to deal with colonial affairs in British North America.

Department of Internal Affairs, Head Office [record group] more detail This agency was created by Archives New Zealand to describe the records it holds that relate to the Colonial Secretary's Office/Department of Internal Affairs.

The Government A-Z directory is a list of New Zealand Government organisations, their postal addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, and head office roles. Entries are reviewed for changes on a regular basis and information is available for reuse by API to anyone who wants to reuse the content.The Department of Internal Affairs traces its roots back to the Colonial Secretary's Office, which from the time New Zealand became a British colony, inwas responsible for almost all central Government duties.

The Department was the first government department to be established in New Zealand, and it became the home for a diverse range of government functions providing services to New Zealanders. This memo from Colonial Treasurer Christopher Richmond to Native Secretary Donald McLean asks for a meeting to discuss the organisation of the new Native Affairs department.

Richmond served as the native affairs minister between andbut was unsympathetic to Māori aspirations to retain their land.