New Zealand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has published guidelines for combating bribery and corruption in offshore markets.
New Zealand Consul Heather Garven strongly encouraged New Zealand citizens travelling and living in the Philippines to register their details on Safetravel during a recent Australian-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce (ANZCHAM) forum on crisis management and business continuity planning.
Christchurch is recovering well from the major earthquake that hit on 4 September.
Temporary migrants to New Zealand who are seeking longer-term work visas will soon be able continue working legally while awaiting the outcome of their visa applications.
The US government donated four boats designed by New Zealand company Naiad to the Philippine National Police (PNP) in a ceremony held in Puerto Princesa on 16 August.
An exciting range of New Zealand food and beverage products were on show at the three-day Cebu Food Expo from 22 to 24 July.
The 2010 New Zealand local council and district health board elections will take place from mid-September to 9 October.
Two New Zealand police officers visited the Philippines during June and July and contributed to the PNP’s model police station project in Camarines Sur and Dinagat Island.
The chair of New Zealand Parliament’s Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee emphasised the growing links between New Zealand and the Philippines in an address at Manila’s De La Salle University today.
New Zealand has come out on top of the ‘global peace index’ for the second year running.
The UN Handbook is a comprehensive guide to the UN system and how it works. Read more
New Zealand has secured a place on the UN Security Council for 2015-16. Read the Prime Minister's media release
New Zealanders travelling or living overseas, registering your travel online now made easier. Read more
This regional Strategy outlines how New Zealand and ASEAN will become better connected. Read more
News about how the donations are contributing to the rebuild, ways to donate and more.