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The links provided on this page reflect the types of enquiries we often get, which range from the general to the very specific.
Measles Outbreak 2019
- There is currently an outbreak of measles in New Zealand. The outbreak is pre-dominantly in the Auckland region.
- The New Zealand Ministry of Health strongly recommends ensuring that people intending to travel to New Zealand are fully immunised for measles, and if additional vaccination is required it should be administered at least two weeks before arriving in New Zealand.
- For more information, please visit the Ministry of Health website: https://www.health.govt.nz/your-health/conditions-and-treatments/diseases-and-illnesses/measles/2019-measles-outbreak-information(external link)
New Zealand government and statistics
www.govt.nz(external link) is the New Zealand government website providing a gateway to information, images and resources from all New Zealand government agencies and government funded sites.
New Zealand in Profile(external link) is an annual statistical overview of New Zealand’s government, economy and people produced by Statistics New Zealand.
Culture and heritage
New Zealand’s Ministry for Culture and Heritage maintains a series of websites, each focusing on a particular aspect of New Zealand’s culture and heritage.
New Zealand Culture Onlin(external link) connects you to New Zealand’s cultural events, organisations and funding Online.
Te Ara: New Zealand’s online national encyclopedia(external link), is a comprehensive guide to New Zealand – its people, land, culture, history and identity.
Official website for Anzac and Gallipoli(external link)i Link to related information.
NZ On Screen(external link), is the online showcase of New Zealand television, film and music video.
Te Puni Kokiri(external link) (Ministry of Māori Development) is the Crown’s principal adviser on Crown-Māori relationships.
Māori Arts New Zealand(external link) is a charitable trust that represents 10 national art form committees covering the visual, performing and literary arts.
Māori Television(external link) is New Zealand’s national indigenous broadcaster.