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9 April 2013
New Zealand has secured ticket contracts from Japan and the Netherlands to help meet its international oil stockholding obligations for 2013-2014.
21 March 2013
Auckland is New Zealand’s dominant economic centre, leading national population and productivity growth.
25 February 2013
Find out how the government’s Ultra-Fast Broadband Initiative and the Rural Broadband Initiative are progressing.
21 February 2013
The Nga Haerenga, New Zealand Cycle Trail website has been given a fresh new look and enhanced user experience.
19 February 2013
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s quarterly International Visitor Survey, released today, shows a six per cent drop in spending by international visitors since 2011.
9 February 2013
Prime Minister Key and Prime Minister Gillard have announced joint action to address the high cost of mobile roaming rates between the two countries.
5 February 2013
The New Zealand Cycle Trail Establishment Advisory Board that has been set up to oversee the transition of the Nga Haerenga, The New Zealand Cycle Trail, to a new governance entity, met for the first time last month.
20 December 2012
The tourism industry’s confidence levels are the highest they’ve been since September 2011 when the end of the Rugby World Cup triggered a slump.
11 December 2012
The government’s Block Offer 2012 petroleum permitting round has officially come to a close today with the award of 10 new exploration permits.
30 November 2012
Tariff implementation and concessions and rules of origin (ROO) policy functions are transferring from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) to New Zealand Customs Service (Customs) next month.