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The High Commission in Suva is currently experiencing problems with it's phone system. New Zealanders needing emergency consular assistance can call 00679 779 1956.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation and the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade offers six-to-eight young Southeast Asian agribusiness entrepreneurs and business leaders the chance to visit New Zealand.
On 7 February, Foreign Minister Murray McCully condemned a long-range rocket launch earlier in the day by North Korea.
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A new publication details the framework for New Zealand Aid Programme investments for the next four years. 'Investment Priorities 2015-19' outlines how we will focus our aid, capability and policy engagement around 12 priorities to deliver sustainable development and reduce poverty in partner countries.
Prime Minister John Key welcomed the signing on 4 February of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement in Auckland, confirming it will be overwhelmingly positive for New Zealand in supporting more trade and investment, jobs and incomes.
From 6 April 2016, New Zealanders will be required to pay an immigration health surcharge as part of their immigration application if they intend to visit the United Kingdom for more than six months.
Proactive release of information relating to the request for waiver of the diplomatic immunity of Malaysian Defence Attaché Muhammad Rizalman bin Ismail.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has welcomed the public release of the Whitehead report.
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Between 3 and 24 March 2016 New Zealanders will be invited to vote in the second binding referendum on the future of the New Zealand flag.