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Haka coin captures the moment

30 August 2011

It's a moment which sends heart rates racing, and can bring tears of pride to the eyes of even the manliest of men.

Quakes and write-offs hit NZ Post result

26 August 2011

New Zealand Post Group has recorded a loss for the year ended 30 June 2011 due to a number of adverse impacts over the past 12 months.

"Business as usual" resumes for mail services

18 August 2011

New Zealand Post's mail deliveries are back to normal today, after widespread disruptions earlier this week caused by heavy snowfall across much of the country.

Mail deliveries getting back to normal in most areas

17 August 2011

Postal services are returning to normal in most parts of the country today, after two days of reduced services during the current “50 year” snow storms.

Big freeze continues to affect mail deliveries

16 August 2011

Snow and ice have disrupted mail deliveries for a second day running across significant parts of the country.

Polar blast forces delays in mail delivery

15 August 2011

Heavy snow during the past 24 hours has forced delays in mail deliveries across a broad swathe of the country, New Zealand Post spokesman Michael Tull confirmed this morning.

Free Kiwi books may be travelling your way!

11 August 2011

New Zealand Post is pleased to be supporting a programme which will see thousands of free books delivered to a wide array of communities across the country – in aid of promoting literacy.

Well earned ‘stamp’ of approval for an adopted kiwi classic

9 August 2011

It’s been an unofficial Kiwi anthem for 44 years – but only now has it received official recognition as a true Kiwi icon.

Mail destroyed in arson attack

3 August 2011

New Zealand Post is working closely with police as they investigate an apparent arson attack on a street receiver (a mailbox where the public posts letters) outside the Invercargill North PostShop.

Sending items internationally with New Zealand Post is changing

1 August 2011

New Zealand Post is changing the way people send items overseas, including the end of an era for a traditional - but slow - way of sending letters.