IRD seeking liquidation of Yummy Mummy's

JONO GALUSZKA JONO.GALUSZKA@MSL.CO.NZ
Last updated 12:00 15/05/2014

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An iconic Tararua business could be running into tough times, with the Inland Revenue Department applying to put a company related to it into liquidation.

Inland Revenue has applied to place Yummy Mummy's Cheesecakes Ltd into liquidation.

Most Inland Revenue liquidation applications relate to unpaid taxes.

The company is owned by Alastair and Trish Rodwell, who founded Yummy Mummy's Cheesecakes in 2006.

The Manawatu Standard called Yummy Mummy's in Woodville on multiple occasions to talk about the application, but was told every time the Rodwells were not in.

The Standard was given an email address to contact Trish Rodwell, but has not so far had a reply.

There has also been no reply to Facebook messages to Trish Rodwell.

An advertisement by Inland Revenue said an application to put Yummy Mummy's Cheesecakes Ltd into liquidation was filed in the High Court in Palmerston North last month.

The application will be heard in court later this month. It is unclear if this will be the end of Yummy Mummy's though, as the Rodwells own another company - YM Woodville Ltd.

YM Woodville was struck off the Companies Office register at the start of this year, but was re-registered last month.

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- Manawatu Standard

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