New Zealand Embassy Brasilia, Brazil

18-06-13

The New Zealand Ambassador is supporting a youth environmental project, called Projeto Florestinha, based in Campo Grande in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul in the centre-west of Brazil, through his Head of Mission Fund (HOMF).

23-05-13

The New Zealand Prime Minister, Rt Hon John Key, following his recent visit to Brazil and his goals to deepen bilateral relations, invited Brazil´s Secretary of Foreign Trade of the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC), Tatiana Prazeres, to visit the country as the first `Prime Minister´s Fellow’ from Brazil.

11-04-13

New Zealand Ambassador talks to International Relations students of Federal University of Uberlandia.

03-04-13

The Deputy Head of Mission Helen Tunnah presented the award to the winners of the 17th National Competition for Innovation in Public Sector Administration for the project SIAVANAC – Flight Authorization and Control System of ANAC

03-04-13

The Embassy joined Zespri for a New Zealand promotion in Brasilia on 23 March at the American School’s Global Awareness Fair. 

02-04-13

Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee welcomed today the Prime Minister’s announcement in Brazil on 11 March of a new open skies air services agreement between New Zealand and Brazil.

02-04-13

Prime Minister John Key has welcomed the signing of an agreement which will see more Brazilian students studying in New Zealand, following a bilateral meeting with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff on 11 March in Brasilia.

20-11-12

The Government has decided that from 1 January 2013 New Zealand will be aligning its climate change efforts with developed and developing countries which collectively are responsible for 85% of global emissions. This includes the United States, Japan, China, India, Canada, Brazil, Russia and many other major economies, Climate Change Minister Tim Groser says.

01-11-12

Currently, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) provides visa services on behalf of Immigration New Zealand (INZ) in three South American locations – Brasilia, Buenos Aires, and Santiago. The provision of these services will transition from MFAT to Immigration New Zealand (INZ) from 27 November 2012.

01-11-12

As from Friday, 02 November 2012, NZers will be able to renew their passports online and pay as much as $28 less for their new passports. Internal Affairs Minister Chris Tremain has said passport renewal for most adults will be possible from anywhere on <passports.govt.nz>. The price, currently $153.30 including GST, will be reduced to $124.50 for online processing and the cost of a first-time passport will fall to $140.00 (via paperwork).

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