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New Zealand Vietnam Veterans Association


Founded in 1982 to promote on-going comradeship amongst members, and to assist with the welfare of Vietnam Veterans, their children and whanau. 


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RESCHEDULED           14 November 2020

(Note that this date is revised from the                                   October date due to Covid-19 Restrictions                                     at Level 2)

Venue                  Bob White Function Lounge,
                             Puhinui Memorial Gardens,                                                                                                   Airport Rd, Manukau

Time                    1000 – 1200 hrs

Date                     Saturday 14 November 2020

The AGM will be preceded by a short service at the Vietnam                                          Memorial starting at 0930 Hrs (Sharp).  Please be at the                                        Memorial by 0925 Hrs

After the AGM there will be a light lunch served.

See Events Section for Notices of Motion

All precautions will be taken in respect of   COVID 19.


The Government has provided the RNZRSA with a $2 million                                    fund to support NZDF serving and ex-serving people and their                  whanau/families that are facing hardship as a result of COVID.

The RNZRSA are pleased to announce that the Government                                  COVID Fund  website is now live and they are now able to take                           welfare applications.  Applications will be assessed on a needs-                              basis to alleviate financial,  medical, and educational hardship.

To access the site click the following link:

https://support.rsa.org.nz/support?utm_campaign=228e360495-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2020_09_17_11_08_COPY_01&utm_medium                         =email&utm_source=RSA+National+Newsletter&utm_term=0_bda6baffda-228e360495-159638921 


Click here to read a research paper prepared by Eddie Nock after Operation Outreach identified a need for more effective communications.  The research paper is named:

"Programme to assist NZVVets to use Smartphones to access Veterans            health resources and welfare"


As promised during our Operation Outreach tour of New Zealand, the interim report on the findings of the team so far is available in the documents section.  Click here Outreach.pdf


Te Auraki (The Return)



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The second edition for the year has been distributed.  If you did not receive          your copy, please contact the Secretary.  If you have any articles you would like inserted in the next edition, please send to:

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