Head down to the “Experience New Zealand” fair at the Glorietta Activity Centre, Makati City between 17-19 May (Friday-Sunday) and enjoy the opportunity to sample and buy exciting New Zealand food and beverage products.
The New Zealand and Australian Embassies in Manila will jointly host this year’s Anzac Day commemoration on Thursday 25 April, at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers) in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Metro Manila. The ceremony will commence at 5:30am.
The recipients of the New Zealand Embassy’s Head of Mission Fund (HOMF) for 2012-2013 were presented in an afternoon tea hosted by Ambassador Reuben Levermore in honour of the New Zealand Minister of Commerce Craig Foss during his visit to Manila in mid-March.
The Māori Electoral Option gives New Zealanders of Māori descent the opportunity to choose whether they want to be on the Māori Electoral Roll or the General Electoral Roll when they vote in the next two General Elections.
The New Zealand and Australian embassies will again jointly host the Anzac Day commemoration in Manila. This will be held on Thursday 25 April at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (Libingan ng mga Bayani) in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Manila, starting at 5:30 am.
The New Zealand Government has awarded 19 postgraduate scholarships to Filipino students under the New Zealand ASEAN Scholars (NZAS) awards, a scholarship programme funded by the New Zealand Government through the New Zealand Aid Programme.
Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully announced today that New Zealand will be making an additional NZ$1.5 million available to support the relief and recovery process for communities affected by Typhoon Pablo in the Philippines.