The GSA has 19 branches covering New Zealand. Members meet periodically to share information about the GSA's work, to give their opinion on current issues, and for social activity. Each branch has an elected management committee that meets regularly.
A handbook Retirement and your annuity is issued to each member with information about the GSA, the GSF and NPF schemes and their administration, the welfare of members, and the surviving spouse. A booklet for keeping a record of personal information is also provided.
Go to your branch for information about activities planned: