Kids New Zealand

Organizations

Blue Light

Blue Light is a Police initiative designed to reduce the incidence of young people becoming an offender or victim of crime.

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Croquet New Zealand

Croquet New Zealand

Croquet New Zealand is the National Sporting Organisation (NSO) for the sport of Croquet. Croquet New Zealand has 20 Associations throughout the country representing 134 clubs and 3847 members in the 2005-2006 season. Croquet New Zealand is affiliated to Sport and Recreation New Zealand (SPARC).

Contact:
Croquet New Zealand
New Zealand
Phone: (04) 916 0258
Fax: (04) 916 0259
Email: croq...@croquet.org.nz
Website: http://www.croquet.org.nz/

Motorcycling New Zealand

Motorcycling New Zealand

Represents the interests of motorcyclists, motorcycling clubs and all aspects of the sport of motorcycle competition in New Zealand.

Contact:
Motorcycling New Zealand
Postal Address:
PO Box 253
Huntly
New Zealand
Phone: +64-7-828 7852
Fax: +64-7-828 7928
Email: adm...@mnz.co.nz
Website: http://www.motorcyclingnz.co.nz/

Paralympics New Zealand

The national sporting organisation for New Zealanders with disabilities. Paralympics New Zealand supports and encourages sporting opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in all levels, from club level, regional and national competition through to international competition.

Vision:

Inspiring disabled athletes to become medal winning Paralympians.

Mission:

To provide world class coach, athlete and administration systems that support and enhance all aspects of elite performance.

Contact:
Paralympics New Zealand

Sport Hawkes Bay

Sport Hawkes Bay

Sport Hawke's Bay is your local Regional Sports Trust, a charitable trust established in 1989 to assist the development of sport and active recreation organisations and structures in the region.

New Zealand Sports Industry Association

The New Zealand Sports Industry Association Inc was formed in March 1987 by merging the NZ Sports Dealers Federation and the NZ Sports Goods Industries Association into one organisation.

The New Zealand Sports Industry Association is a trade membership association made up suppliers and dealers formed in 1987 to help strengthen and integrate the activities of members involved in the sports industry.

The NZSIA is now a specialty trade group within the NZ Retailers Association Inc.

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Tennis New Zealand

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Tennis NZ is the national body for tennis in New Zealand. We were one of the founding members of the International Tennis Federation (ITF), and are responsible for the administration and management of tennis in New Zealand. This includes the selection and management of Davis and Fed Cup teams to represent New Zealand in these annual international competitions. Tennis NZ also holds the rights to the ASB Classic women's professional tournament, held in Auckland each January.

College Sport Auckland

College Sport Auckland

College Sport Auckland An organisation providing sporting opportunities to secondary school students in the Greater Auckland region and arranging inter-collegiate sports events in the region.

Contact:
College Sport Auckland
Postal address:
PO Box 44-258
Pt Chevalier
Auckland 1246
Phone: 09 845-8496
Fax: 09 845-8497
Email: scho...@collegesport.co.nz
Website: http://www.collegesport.co.nz/

New Zealand Recreation Association

New Zealand Recreation Association

The New Zealand Recreation Association (NZRA) is a progressive non-profit organisation and incorporated society committed to meeting the needs of people and organisations in all aspects of recreation, leisure, parks, open space management, aquatic, conservation and sport delivery.

Sport Bay of Plenty

Sport Bay of Plenty

Sport Bay of Plenty, a Charitable Trust and non profit organisation, was established in 1987 and has grown to become a substantial provider of services benefiting the sporting, recreational and leisure interests of the Bay of Plenty communities.

Sport Bay of Plenty's geographical area covers from Waihi Beach in the north to Turangi in the south, to Cape Runaway in the east and to the Kaimai Ranges in the west. The region is split into three regions, these being Eastern BOP, Western BOP, and Rotorua, and there are offices in Tauranga, Whakatane and Rotorua to service these regions.