Intentions to Dispose

The Chief Archivist, under Section 20(2) of the Public Records Act 2005, gives public notice of the following Intentions to Dispose of public records. The minimum period of public notice is 30 days from the date of Public Notice. Comments received within the minimum 30 day comment period will be considered by the Chief Archivist before issuing the Disposal Authority.

Members of the public are welcome to comment on the Intentions to Dispose by completing a Disposal Comment Form and returning it to Archives New Zealand before the due date. Comments received after this date will not be assessed as part of the review process.


Ministry for Primary Industries

Appraisal number:
20170002
Appraisal Type:
Ad-hoc transfer or destruction
General Description:

MPI is introducing a new Integrated Electronic Monitoring and Reporting System (IEMRS) for the electronic monitoring and reporting of fishing activities (which MPI is responsible for under the Fish more »

Public notice date:
Thu, 17/08/2017 (All day)
Comment due date:
Sun, 17/09/2017 (All day)

KiwiRail

Appraisal number:
20170022
Appraisal Type:
Ad-hoc transfer or destruction
General Description:

This ad-hoc appraisal report covers 50 linear metres of registered files originating in the District Engineers' Offices in Dunedin and Christchurch, covering lines and stations throughout more »

There is no Disposal Schedule for this Appraisal Report.

Public notice date:
Thu, 10/08/2017 (All day)
Comment due date:
Mon, 11/09/2017 (All day)

Archives New Zealand

Appraisal number:
20170879
Appraisal Type:
General Disposal Authority
General Description:

This appraisal report and schedule are limited in use to those public offices that have public records that have been destroyed or damaged as a direct result of the Hurunui / Kaikoura earthquake or more »

Public notice date:
Tue, 08/08/2017 (All day)
Comment due date:
Sat, 09/09/2017 (All day)