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New NZ Post report shows Kiwi businesses reaping the benefits from online shopping

20 June 2019
A new report on eCommerce in New Zealand shows that online shopping grew eight times faster than shopping in-store in 2018 (16% v 2%) and showed encouraging trends for New Zealand online retailers.

How to make sure your vote counts in the School Trustee Elections

5 June 2019
New Zealand Post would like to reassure parents, returning officers, and the New Zealand School Trustees Association that we are making all endeavours to ensure that voting papers returned by mail receive a date stamp to ensure they are counted.

Road User Charges from 1 July 2019

31 May 2019
The Government has recently announced changes to the Road User Charges (RUC), which will take effect from 1 July 2019.

New Zealand Post public meeting

22 May 2019
New Zealand Post invites members of the public to its annual public meeting.

New Zealand’s bright stars celebrated with a sprinkling of meteorite dust on latest stamps

2 May 2019
Discover some of New Zealand’s brightest stars with the New Zealand Space Pioneers stamp issue, featuring real meteorite dust.

New NZ Post delivery vehicles in Tawa

18 April 2019
Tawa residents will now be able to see New Zealand Post’s new electric delivery vehicles in operation as driver training has started.

Update on Christchurch postal services

17 April 2019
NZ Post is committed to providing postal services to the Christchurch community, and having locations that our customers can easily access.

NZ Post halts firearms delivery

21 March 2019
NZ Post is undertaking a review of the delivery of any firearms, or firearms parts, through its network.

Tupu Toa intern’s time at NZ Post

15 March 2019
The summer just gone we welcomed interns through TupuToa, a trust whose charitable purpose is to promote and advance increased diversity, and in particular Māori and Pasifika representation, in business and community leadership roles in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Postal rate changes will contribute to protecting mail as a valued service for all New Zealanders

6 March 2019
The price of sending a standard letter within New Zealand will increase 10 cents to $1.30 from 1 July 2019, to better reflect the true cost of sending a letter.