New Zealand Embassy Jakarta, Indonesia


Press release from the New Zealand Government website:

30 September, 2013

PM to attend APEC and the East Asia Summit

Prime Minister John Key will attend two major Asia-Pacific leaders’ meetings next week, the 2013 APEC Leaders’ meeting in Bali from October 7-8 and then the East Asia Summit in Brunei from October 9-10.


Media release by Tourism New Zealand

Tuesday 24 September, 2013

Tourism New Zealand appoints team to lead Indonesia market development

Tourism New Zealand is fast progressing it recruitment process for its new office Jakarta, Indonesia, with the appointment of its Country Manager, Marketing Communications Manager and PR Manager.


Speech by Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key to Asia House, London

From the New Zealand Government official website

20 September, 2013

New Zealand and the Asia experience

Good morning. It’s a pleasure to be here in London and here at Asia House.


Press release from the New Zealand Government website:

23 September 2013

Minister Groser to visit Japan and attend APEC in Indonesia

Trade Minister Tim Groser will depart for Japan tomorrow before going on to the APEC Ministerial Meeting in Indonesia.


18 September 2013

Press release from the Beehive website:

Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully today welcomed the opening of a New Zealand Embassy Office in Myanmar.

“This new office in Yangon reflects Myanmar’s remarkable progress implementing political and economic reforms over the past two years,” Mr McCully says.


McCully welcomes release of UN report

17 September 2013

Press release from the Beehive website:

The government says the United Nations investigators report into the use of chemical weapons in Syria is an important step toward holding those responsible to account.


Marking the start of Islam Awareness Week, Ethnic Affairs Minister Judith Collins has today announced plans are underway for an official Muslim forum to be held in November.


The Ministry for Primary Industries has received results confirming that the bacteria found in the whey protein concentrate (WPC) manufactured by Fonterra is not Clostridium botulinum. The organism is confirmed as Clostridium sporogenes. It is therefore not capable of producing botulism causing toxins.


Remarks given by New Zealand Ambassador to ASEAN HE Mr David Taylor  at the ASEAN Secretariat in Jakarta, Indonesia on the occasion of ASEAN Day, 23 August 2013.


The ASEAN Secretariat hosted celebrations to mark the 46th anniversary of ASEAN in Jakarta on Friday 23 August 2013. The commemoration began with a flag raising ceremony to the rousing tune of the ASEAN anthem, skilfully performed by the ASEAN Choir.

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