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The Chief Ombudsman has issued a new case note that further illustrates his approach to section 9(2)(f)(iv) of the OIA when coalition negotiations are in train.
The Chief Ombudsman has published a new case note today on an OIA delay complaint.
Antarctica New Zealand responded to an OIA request well outside the extended deadline, and only after the Chief Ombudsman began an investigation.
The Chief Ombudsman has published a case note on his investigation of complaints by Stamford Plaza residents.
Our latest OQR is out. In this issue:
The Independent Monitoring Mechanism (IMM) is made up of the Disabled People’s Organisations’ Coalition, the Human Rights Commission and the Ombudsman.
Some interesting OIA issues are covered in new case notes published by the Chief Ombudsman today.
Parliament has agreed to extend Peter Boshier’s appointment as Chief Ombudsman for another five years.
In the Chamber, the Leader of the House, Chris Hipkins highlighted Mr Boshier’s efforts to resolve complaints in a timely way.
The Chief Ombudsman joins his international counterparts in their call for documentation, preservation and access to information as governments, businesses and citizens deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The OIA calculator is back online.
Thank you for your patience while we addressed the issues in the previous version.
Information Access Commissioners and Ombudsmen from across Australia and New Zealand are urging government agencies to do more to make information available for the benefit of citizens.
Our newest OQR is out. In this issue:
We’re helping with research by the University of Newcastle Australia into the benefits of good complaints handling in public sector organisations.
Changes to the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 (LGOIMA) which came into effect on 21 March 2019 will affect ‘working day’ calculations for LGOIMA.
Last Friday’s attacks in Christchurch have shaken us all to the core.
To the people of Christchurch and to all those who have lost loved ones, my thoughts are with you. Kia kaha.
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