Coming to Stockholm is a hypnotizing performance by New Zealand's well-known contemporary dance company MAU, with the Samoan choreographer Lemi Ponifasio. "Birds with Skymirrors" is a frightening and beautiful performance - half dance and half ceremony - which evokes ideas about climate change and man's place on earth. Dansens Hus has a special 2 for 1 offer for New Zealanders in Sweden.
The Embassy hosted a launch of a new medical innovation at the New Zealand Residence on May 24. The open surgery medical device was developed by Fisher and Paykel Healthcare New Zealand, Cardia Innovation and the Karolinska Institute/Hospital: a true joint New Zealand/Swedish venture.
Ambassador Barbara Bridge and the Australian Ambassador, Paul Stephens, commemorated ANZAC Day, 25 April 2011, at the war graves section at Kviberg Cemetery in Gothenburg, as has become the custom each year.
The New Zealand Embassy wishes to advise that a Condolence Book will be open at the New Zealand Embassy, Nybrogatan 11, 114 59 Stockholm, from 29 November to 3 December 2010 from 1000 hrs to noon and from 1400 hrs to 1600 hrs.
The Immigration Act 2009 comes into effect from 29 November 2010. It does not make major changes to the criteria under which people apply to travel to and stay in New Zealand.
Immigration New Zealand's forms and guides have been updated in line with the Immigration Act 2009. The forms and guides are available to download now, but can only be used for applications lodged on and after 29 November 2010.