The new Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC 2021) Bill was introduced to the House on Wednesday by the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
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Parts of South Australia are bracing for catastrophic fire conditions today.
From 1 October 2019, visitors from visa waiver countries (including Korean nationals) travelling to or transiting in New Zealand require an NZeTA (New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority).
Divisional manager Rosemary Paterson reflects on how our values of manaakitanga, kotahitanga and impact are being brought to the fore to mark Public Service Day, 2019.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade's Arun Jain received the prestigious Westpac New Zealand Spirit of Service Scholarship. He reflects on his first month studying for a Master of Public Policy at Oxford University.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade released its Consular Snapshot for 2018-19, which shows a 20 per cent jump in the number of Kiwis seeking consular assistance.
The New Zealand Embassy in Poland is proud to partner with Wspólnota Polska to present the story of the Polish Children of Pahiatua, and what happened next, from 31 October – 17 November 2019 outside Krakowskie Przedmieście 64 in Warsaw. Zapraszamy!
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is concerned about the number of unauthorised third party visa websites overcharging visitors to New Zealand.
Commercial air travel in the Pacific is now safer and more reliable following the completion of a four-year programme improving air navigation across the region.
New Zealand is hosting the 2nd CPTPP Commission and associated Committee meetings, 7-9 October, in Auckland.
MFAT is seeking public views on a proposal to widen controls over the export of goods and technology destined for use by a foreign military or police force.