Total Wage Subsidy Amounts Received by Gambling, Tobacco, Religious Cult and the Sex Industry Businesses
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From: Adam Irish
Dear Ministry of Social Development,
Under the Official Information Act what was the total level of public funds spent on the wage subsidy that went to the following businesses:
Gambling based businesses:
Skycity Wharf Casino.
Gaming Machine Societies:
Kaiwaka Sports Association Incorporate
Racing Industry Transition Agency
First Light Community Foundation Limited
Constellation Communities Trust Limited
The Lion Foundation (2008)
Dragon Community Trust Limited
Oxford Sports Trust Inc
The Bendigo Valley Sports And Charity Foundation
Kiwi Gaming Foundation Limited
Four Winds Foundation Ltd
Grassroots Trust Limited
Air Rescue Services Limited
Blue Waters Community Trust
Trust Aoraki Limited
New Zealand Community Trust
Mainland Foundation Limited
The North And South Trust Limited
The Akarana Community Trust Limited
Redwood Trust Incorporated
Manukau Counties Community Facilities Charitable Trust
Bluesky Community Trust Limited
Mt Wellington Foundation Limited
Milestone Foundation Limited
Infinity Foundation Limited
The Trusts Community Foundation Limited
Trust House Foundation
Pub Charity Limited
The Southern Trust
Rano Community Trust Ltd
Tobacco based businesses:
British American Tobacco
Philip Morris International
Gloriavale Christian Community
And total funding/level of wage subsidy provided to strip club and brothel businesses.
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Ministry of Social Development
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