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Rainbow Group receivers chase Auckland property sale

The failed ECE provider, which folded earlier this year owing nearly $20m in debt, was run by the now-bankrupted couple that bought Porse from Evolve Education.

PwC receivers’ first six-monthly report shed more light on the childcare centre group.

Kate McVicar Wed, 15 Nov 2023

Receivers are still working to sell a property linked to failed early childcare operator The Rainbow Group, while multiple supposed debtors have challenged payment requests saying the services charged for were never provided.

The group went into receivership in March this year owing close to $20

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Kate McVicar Wed, 15 Nov 2023
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