New Zealand Embassy Jakarta, Indonesia

11-03-13

Applications are currently open for the New Zealand ASEAN Scholars Awards (NZAS) for the 2014 study intake for postgraduate study in New Zealand.  The closing date for applications is 22 April 2013.

Up to 50 scholarships are available per year for Indonesians to pursue postgraduate studies – including Postgraduate Diploma, Master’s degree and doctorate/PhD – at New Zealand’s eight world-class universities.  There is also a special allocation of two scholarships available per year for people working at the ASEAN Secretariat.

11-03-13

Newest entry from the Ambassador's blog (http://blogs.mfat.govt.nz/david-taylor/):

I recently spent a fortnight in New Zealand. This was not only a good opportunity to enjoy the brilliant late summer weather in Wellington, Dunedin and Auckland, but also a chance to connect with a wide range of businesses with interests in Indonesia.

27-02-13

Statement issued by Ambassador of New Zealand, H.E. Mr David Taylor

23 February 2013

"On behalf of the New Zealand government, I wish to convey sympathy to Indonesia over the killings of eight soldiers and four civilians in Papua province on 21 February. I extend deepest condolences to the families of those slain.

20-02-13

One of the most important aspects of an Embassy’s work is the provision of consular services and support. When New Zealanders get into trouble, we need to respond quickly. The safe travel website (www.safetravel.govt.nz) provides a lot of helpful information to think about before travelling and when something goes wrong. It’s the obvious first place to go for information and advice, and is the official source of advice for New Zealanders travelling or living overseas.

06-02-13

The following is an official address given by the Governor-General on Waitangi Day at Government House Auckland, 6 February 2013.

For more information about the Governor-General, please see http://gg.govt.nz/.

Lt Gen The Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, GNZM, QSO
Governor-General of New Zealand
Waitangi Day Address
Government House Auckland

04-02-13

When Achmad Fadhiel stepped off a plane in Auckland in 1983, the eighteen year old had been preparing to study abroad for years by learning, not English, but German. After his original plan to study in Germany fell through, Fadhiel ended up in New Zealand through a twist of fate. “I had heard of the country, but was planning to apply to the Austrian Embassy. It was closed that day and the New Zealand Embassy was then on the same street Jalan Diponegoro so I decided to go in,” Fadhiel says.

31-01-13

As a close friend and partner with deep expertise in disaster management, New Zealand has sought to strengthen cooperation in this field with Indonesia since 2004. Our contribution to the Multi Donor Fund was the largest we ever made for a single disaster.

31-01-13

One of the sad realities of big cities is that there are children living on the margins. But the upside is that there is often people wanting to help them. A generous donation of land by Susi Sabar in Pasir Angin, Cpiayaung, enabled Puspita to consider expanding last year with the development of a two storey 120m2 building that will host the Foundation’s “English Camp” activity. This will be a base for teaching English as well as practical skills.

31-01-13

(Press release by Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key, 29 January 2013 - http://www.beehive.govt.nz/speech/prime-minister%E2%80%99s-statement-parliament-1)

Prime Minister’s Statement to Parliament

Honourable Members.

The National-led Government was re-elected in 2011 with a clear plan to build a faster-growing economy supporting more jobs, rising incomes and better public services.

29-01-13

Relationships stand or fall on the connections maintained at all levels. I think the Indonesia New Zealand relationship saw more Ministerial connectivity in 2012 than perhaps ever before. In addition to the Prime Minister’s visit in April, accompanied by the Trade Minister and a top-level business and official delegation, there were a number of visits to Indonesia over the year, including by the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Trade, Economic Development and Tertiary Education, Primary Industries, Immigration and the Minister of Civil Defence/Deputy Minister of Tourism.

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