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BAS Newsletter: March 2017 BAS Update

Kia Ora, we are still open every weekday from 9:30am to 2/2:30pm. It is best to call us first if you are able or you can email us if you prefer (or contact us via facebook, but this generally has a slower turn-around time). You can find us in . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter: March 2017

BAS Newsletter: February 2017 BAS Update

Kia Ora, we were unable to get a newsletter out in December, so we are releasing this now. We are still open every weekday from 9:30am to 2/2:30pm. It is best to call us first if you can or email us if you prefer (we can also be contacted . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter: February 2017

BAS Newsletter: September 2016 BAS Update

Kia Ora, we are still open every weekday from 9:30am to 2/2:30pm. It is best to call us first if you are able. We are now in Christchurch Community House, 301 Tuam St. We do our best to help everyone who comes to us. Please let us . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter: September 2016

BAS Newsletter: August 2016 BAS Update

KiaOra, we have great news: we have moved into Christchurch Community House! You can now find us there at 301 Tuam St and their website is: cch.org.nz (our website is still bas.org.nz—check us out J) We look forward to bringing you news on how this is working . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter: August 2016

BAS Newsletter: June 2016 BAS Update

KiaOra, we apologise for this “March” news-letter being late, but hope to have another one out in the next month or two.

We are hoping to move this month from our office in the Hub on Hereford and into Christchurch Community House. We will update our website . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter: June 2016

BAS Newsletter: December 2015 BAS Update

KiaOra and Merry Christmas.

We have now moved back into our office in 6-275 Hereford St.

We are currently open from 930am to 2pm, Monday through to Thursday. It is best to call us first if you are able. We do our best to help everyone who . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter: December 2015

BAS Newsletter: October 2015

 

BAS Newsletter – October 2015

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BAS Update

 

We are still in the office over City Mission (276 Hereford) while they finish the upgrades near our office. We hope to be back in our own office . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter – October 2015

BAS Newsletter: July 2015

BAS Newsletter – July 2015

BAS Update

We are currently in an office over City Mission (276 Hereford) while they do some upgrades near our office for a few weeks; this is a nice office suiting us well. We had some initial problems with our phones (not getting . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter – July 2015

BAS Newsletter: May 2015

BAS Newsletter – May 2015

BAS Update

Our new BAS office at the Hub on Hereford (room 6) is working well & convenient for clients. However, * we are currently, from 8th June 2015, in a wee office over City Mission (276 Hereford) while they do some upgrades . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter – May 2015

BAS Newsletter: December 2014

BAS Newsletter – December 2014

BAS Update

BAS has been enjoying our new office at the Hub on Hereford (in room 6), 275 Hereford St—it is very convenient for clients wanting to come and see us, and nice to be in with other groups in the community. We . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter – December 2014

BAS Newsletter: Election Issue – August/September 2014

 

BAS Newsletter – September 2014

This Quarter our newsletter is about election and policy issues in the hope of helping you decide who to vote for. Please ensure you are enrolled to vote and that you vote on Saturday September 20th this year. There should be . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter – September 2014: Election Issue

BAS Newsletter June/July 2014

BAS Newsletter – July 2014

BAS Update

Brilliant news, BAS has an office! We are in ground level room 6 of the old city mission building: 275 Hereford St (soon to be called The Hub on Hereford). This has been a bit of a focus in the last month sorting . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter – June/July 2014

BAS Newsletter March 2014: Mead’s Story

 

BAS Newsletter – March 2014

In this newsletter, I wanted to do a more in-depth case study – more of a brief life story to illustrate reality of life on a benefit. I want to show that someone on a benefit is a real person not just . . . → Read More: BAS Newsletter – March 2014: Mead’s Story

BAS Newsletter: December 2013

BAS Newsletter – December 2013

BAS Update BAS has been busy with our ongoing work of helping people on benefits and low incomes with their problems with Work and Income. We receive many queries from people wanting to know if they are entitled to any more! We have . . . → Read More: Newsletter – December 2013

BAS Newsletter – September 2013

BAS Update – clinics at CCH:

Whilst we still have no ongoing office space, we have a possibility of joining with Community House next year. We are still holding clinics this month and next so that clients can come to us! ☺ These will be . . . → Read More: Newsletter – September 2013

BAS Newsletter – June 2013

Kia Ora Tatou! BAS Update – clinics at CCH:

Whilst we still have no ongoing office space, we are holding clinics in the coming months so that clients can come to us! ☺ These will be from 930am and go for 3 or more hours (depending on client numbers/need). . . . → Read More: Newsletter – June 2013

BAS_Newsletter – April 2013

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Kia Ora Tatou! BAS Update: Unfortunately, we no longer have office space and so our workers are still operating from home but we are still on the lookout for space we can use. We can still be contacted by phone on (03) 379 8787 or by email: bas.cprc@gmail.com . . . → Read More: Newsletter – April 2013

BAS Newsletter – December 2012

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BAS Update: BAS has an office!! At the moment this is part-time on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 35 Riccarton Road with Community Law Canterbury and others. We can still be contacted by phone on (03) 379 8787 or by email: bas.cprc@gmail.com. Phone is still . . . → Read More: Newsletter – December 2012

BAS Newsletter – September 2012

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This month we are dedicating this whole newsletter to one subject:

High Court Cases

The approach taken to appellants by the Social Security Appeal Authority, under its current chairperson, has seen the rate of successful appeals plummet and has long been the subject of criticism from beneficiary . . . → Read More: Newsletter – September 2012

BAS – Newsletter – July 2012

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Kia Ora Tatou! BAS Update: We are still operating from home but hope to have an office soon and can still be contacted by phone on (03) 379 8787 or by email: bas.cprc@gmail.com. For benefit queries, phone is the best first form of contact, but we . . . → Read More: Newsletter – July 2012

BAS – Newsletter – July 2012

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Kia Ora Tatou! BAS Update – clinics at CCH: Whilst we still have no ongoing office space, we are holding clinics in the coming months so that clients can come to us! ☺ These will be from 930am and go for 3 or more hours (depending . . . → Read More: Newsletter – July 2012

BAS_Newsletter – April 2012

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Kia Ora Tatou! This newsletter follows on shortly after our March one as we had so many issues to cover that they are continued in this one.

We have our normal section of Surviving on a Benefit, an addition of What to Declare to Work and Income, a . . . → Read More: Newsletter – April 2012

BAS Newsletter – March 2012

Kia Ora Tatou! This is the first newsletter for 2012. It is now over a year since the February Earth-quake made our office uninhabitable. We have all been working from home since then. We wish to assure you that we are still operating and helping people! We can be . . . → Read More: Newsletter: March 2012

BAS Newsletter – December 2011

Kia Ora Tatou!

This is the final newsletter for 2011; it is also the second as we did not release any after the February Earthquake until September. We want to update all our clients, friends and members as to what we have been doing. We were not able to . . . → Read More: Newsletter – December 2011

BAS Newsletter – September 2011

Kia Ora Tatou! This is the first newsletter we have released since the February Earthquake so we want to update all our clients, friends and members as to what we have been doing. However, in this issue we will concentrate on the upcoming election by summarizing the policies each . . . → Read More: Newsletter – September 2011