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Statement of cash flows

For the year ended 30 June 2013

2011 Actual

Note

2012 Actual

2012 Supplementary estimates

 2012 Main estimates

$000

 

$000

 $000

Cash flows – operating activities

85,005

Receipts from the Crown

157,964

157,735

155,130

8,003

Receipts from other revenue

8,775

9,752

8,023

(86,001)

Payments to suppliers and employees

(146,309)

(149,766)

(144,557)

1,832

Goods and services tax (net)

(219)

-

(3,889)

Payments for capital charge

(3,997)

(3,997)

(4,233)

4,950

Net cash flows from operating activities

 [17]

16,214

13,724

14,363

Cash flows – investing activities

22

Receipts from the sale of fixed assets

39

 -

 -

(11,033)

Purchase of property, plant, and equipment

(4,103)

(7,000)

 (7,000)

 (8,344)

Purchase of intangible assets

(10,114)

(12,000)

 (12,000)

 (19,355)

Net cash flows from investing activities

(14,178)

 (19,000)

 (19,000)

Cash flows – financing activities

 -

Retention of insurance revenue 

 

 -

-

 -

 -

Receipt of capital contributions 

 -

 -

-

(1,466)

Payment of operating surplus to the Crown 

(3,301)

 (3,301)

(1,334)

(1,466)

Net cash flows from financing activities 

(3,301)

 (3,301)

(1,334)

 (15,871)

Net increase/(decrease) in cash  

 (1,265)

(8,577)

(5,971)

43,619

Cash as at 1 July 

  27,748

27,747

24,673

27,748

Cash as at 30 June

  26,483

 19,170

 18,702

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The GST (net) component of operating activities reflects the net GST paid and received with the Inland Revenue. The GST (net) component has been presented on a net basis, as the gross amounts do not provide meaningful information for financial statement purposes and to be consistent with the presentation basis of the other primary financial statements.

The accompanying accounting policies and notes form part of these financial statements.

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