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WWI waiata stars of Kapa Haka festival

29 June 2015
Waiata from World War One will be featured in performances at the New Zealand Post Kaumātua Kapa Haka at Te Papa this weekend (3 - 5 July 2015).

New air fleet to meet growing demand for overnight parcels

26 June 2015
New Zealand Post, through its courier arm Express Couriers Limited (ECL), will introduce three Boeing 737-400 freighter aircraft to carry parcels and packets for overnight delivery around New Zealand, it announced today.

Free mail redirections for Whanganui residents

25 June 2015
New Zealand Post is offering a free two­-month mail redirection service to Whanganui residents affected by the floods.

New, state of the art delivery hub for New Zealand Post in Hamilton

25 June 2015
New Zealand Post will move its Hamilton postal and courier operations to a purpose-built integrated delivery and distribution hub, it announced today.

New Zealand Post launches bank account for emergency flood appeal

23 June 2015
New Zealand Post has today launched a bank account for people to directly donate to New Zealand Red Cross June 2015 flood appeal.

New Zealand Post backs easier, faster way to upgrade RealMe accounts

29 May 2015
New Zealanders renewing their adult passports online can also verify their RealMe identity at the same time.

New look for New Zealand Post in New Plymouth

25 May 2015
New Plymouth residents and businesses will be the first to see New Zealand Post’s new look parcel and mail business in operation.

Posties get behind Road Safety Week

7 May 2015
More than 120 posties are set to become road safety leaders thanks to a partnership between New Zealand Post and ACC.

New Zealand Post coin celebrates new Royal arrival

4 May 2015

The birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second child is being commemorated by a New Zealand Post limited edition 1oz silver proof coin.

ICC Cricket World Cup campaign inspires new generations of BLACKCAPS

1 April 2015

The cricket fever that has swept New Zealand has fuelled a surge in the number of young Kiwis wanting to pad up for our main summer sport, with thousands more expected to be playing the game next s