After Roger Manson withdrew from the club's activities due to ill health, the club was reformed as "Amiga Auckland"
in November 1992 with a new constitution and a new direction. An executive committee was elected to run the club, and elected
committees were installed in each branch. Over the next year or so the club became an incorporated society and continued to
grow until the demise of Commodore worldwide. As the number of Amiga dealers declined following Commodore's collapse, and the
subsequent failure of Escom, Viscorp and Gateway to do anything with the Amiga, Amiga Auckland turned its attention to
assisting members in the importation of spare parts, software and hardware in bulk from alternative sources exclusively for
In 1996, the New Zealand Commodore Users Group (now known as AKCUG) and South East Amiga were merged with the reformed Amiga
Auckland, and we became part of one club once again. Membership numbers are lower than we would like, but new members are
still being recruited, and considering that the Amiga has been unavailable in New Zealand for over 10 years, membership is
higher than would generally be the case under these circumstances.
Amiga Auckland will continue to provide support for the Amiga in Auckland, and also assist other Amiga clubs around New Zealand
to support their members, as we look forward to the rebirth of the Amiga in the coming years.