New Zealand Embassy Tokyo, Japan

16-03-11

Rt Hon John Key
Prime Minister

15 March 2011

I move that this House express its condolences to the people of Japan for the losses they have suffered as a result of the recent earthquake and tsunami.

12-03-11

Following the magnitude 8.9 earthquake that struck north-east Japan on 11 March, the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade asks all New Zealanders in Japan to advise us of your current whereabouts and safety and wellbeing.

We require the following information from you:

- Full name
- Date of Birth
- New Zealand passport number (if known)
- Details for any travel companions

11-03-11

New Zealanders with urgent enquires regarding the earthquake that struck Northern Japan on the afternoon of 11 March, please contact 090 5994 6587, or if calling from overseas +81 90 5994 6587.

If you are trying to make contact with a New Zealander in Japan about whom you are concerned, please try emailing, texting, using Facebook and/or Twitter, or phoning them in the first instance, before contacting the Embassy.

02-03-11

A book of condolence has been prepared in memory of victims of the Christchurch earthquake. The book of condolence is open for signature from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm through to Tuesday March 8 in the reception area of the New Zealand Embassy, 20-40 Kamiyama-cho, Shibuya, Tokyo. People unable to visit the Embassy may wish to send condolences via email to

Public Affairs Office
New Zealand Embassy, Tokyo

 

28-02-11

A magnitude 6.3 earthquake has occurred 10km south-east of Christchurch at 12:51 (local time), February 22, 2011. Depth (focal depth): 5km.

For further updates:

Civil Defence: http://www.civildefence.govt.nz

Environment Canterbury: http://canterburyearthquake.org.nz

28-02-11

On behalf of the government and people of New Zealand may I express our sincere and deep thanks to the government and people of Japan for their speedy and generous support of the search and rescue effort for people affected by the Christchurch earthquake.  Prime Minister Key has spoken directly with Prime Minister Kan, Foreign Minister Murray McCully has expressed his deep gratitude also to Foreign Minister Maehara for the generosity of spirit shown by Japan.

07-02-11

Part Time Position

The Australian and New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Japan requires a bilingual, native-English speaking Operations Manager. Experience dealing with Australian and New Zealand firms preferred. The successful applicant will commence training as soon as possible, or by late February 2011 at the latest.

20-01-11

The New Zealand Ambassador Ian Kennedy would like to invite New Zealanders in Japan, including their partners and families, to attend an informal lunch marking Waitangi Day at the New Zealand Embassy in Tokyo from 11am to 2pm Sunday 6 February 2011.

17-12-10

The NZ Embassy in Tokyo will be closed between Dec 25 - Jan 3 during the Christmas/New Years period.

Closed: Mon 27 Dec 2010
Open: Tues 4 Jan 2011
 

30-11-10

On 29 November 2010, many of Immigration New Zealand’s fees and migrant levies changed as a result of the 2010 fees review, and to reflect the introduction of the Immigration Act 2009. Immigration fees and levies are reviewed regularly to ensure they cover the cost of delivering immigration services.

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