"The 2016-17 year was one of two quite distinct parts. In the first part, the broad programme of Superu continued to advance space during the first nine months of the year. Then, since April 2017, we have been in the process of dis-establishment" - Len Cook, Families Commissioner and Chair of the Superu Board. You can read more about our year, what we've achieved since 2004 and what we've learned about families and whanau.
Our financial statements are prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Crown Entities Act 2004, which includes the need to comply with generally accepted accounting practice in New Zealand (NZ GAAP).
This is Superu's briefing to Hon Carmel Sepuloni, Minister for Social Development, provided on 26 October 2017. It was accompanied by a letter from the Families Commissioner.
Statement of Intent 2017-2021
The Minister responsible for Superu has waived the requirement for Superu to produce a new Statement of Intent (SOI) as we're being disestablished. We are continuing to operate under our 2014-2018 SOI.
This sets out our workplan for 2017-18.
This is a summary of our Chief Executive’s expenses, gifts and hospitality. This information is provided in response to the State Services Commissioner's introduction of a disclosure regime for chief executive expenses, gifts and hospitality. For more information please visit http://www.ssc.govt.nz/ce-expenses-disclosure.
- Annual report 2015-16 (PDF 4.9 mB)
- Annual report 2013-14 (PDF 1.10 mB)
- Annual report 2012-13 (PDF 435.17 kB)
- Annual report 2011-12 (PDF 1.79 mB)
- Annual report 2010-11 (PDF 2.49 mB)
- Statement of Intent 2013-16 (PDF 1.78 mB)
- Statement of Intent 2012-15 (PDF 1.32 mB)
- Statement of Intent 2011-14 (PDF 738 kB)