News & events archive
Investor news items from 2013
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services has advised New Zealand Post Limited that it has affirmed its current credit rating (A+/A-1).
TSB Bank’s new customers will be the first in New Zealand to be able to open an account using the RealMe service on a smartphone.
New Zealand Post Group today announced a range of strategic initiatives to establish a solid foundation for its future operations to service New Zealand.
New Zealand Post has welcomed the changes to the Deed of Understanding announced by the Minister of Communications and Information Technology.
New Zealand Post has revised its delivery target for standard post for ‘across town services’ as it makes adjustments to changes in the mail processing network.
The New Zealand Post Group has achieved a net profit after tax (NPAT) of $121 million in the year ended 30 June 2013, compared to a reported profit in the previous year of $170 million.
From this week, New Zealanders can begin signing up for RealMe - the only online identity verification service backed by the New Zealand government.
New Zealand Post and Australia Post have signed a new partnership boosting access to markets for businesses on both sides of the Tasman.
New Zealand Post is undertaking a major restructure of its mail processing network to ensure it has the right configuration for the future.
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services has affirmed the corporate credit and related debt rating for New Zealand Post Ltd at ‘A+/A-1’ but revised the long-term outlook from stable