Media archive

New Zealand Post Credit Rating

19 December 2000

New Zealand Post said today that it had anticipated a downgrade from credit rating agency Standard & Poor's following a difficult year with declining mail volumes due to a flat economy and

Local Posties Give Cards Of Christmas Thanks

18 December 2000

From today New Zealand Post customers throughout New Zealand will be receiving an extra Christmas card in their mail boxes, it will be from their local Posties.

Stamp Series Tells Story Of One Hundred Years Of Mail Delivery

15 December 2000

It will be one hundred years since New Zealand issued its first Penny Universal stamp and to celebrate New Zealand Post has issued the stamp series '100 Years of Moving the Mail'.

Indian Postal Workers Strike Causes Mail Delays To India

14 December 2000

New Zealand Post advises customers not to send mail to India as mail delivery in that country has been delayed indefinitely due to a nationwide strike by postal workers.

New Location For Invercargill North PostShop

7 December 2000

New Zealand Post announced today that the Invercargill North Post Shop at 68 Windsor Street will close on Friday 16 February and re-open on Monday 19 February in the Windsor Stationery and Lotto st

Its Time To Write To Santa

27 November 2000

New Zealand Post is inviting children from all over the country to begin preparing their Christmas wish lists to be sent to Santa either online or through the post.

New Zealand Post RD1.com Link Farm Gate To The World

22 November 2000

New Zealand Post's investment in RD1.COM demonstrates the company's ongoing commitment to rural New Zealand, Chief Executive of New Zealand Post Enterprises John Allen said today.

Transfer Of Timaru Mail Processing Begins

20 November 2000

The first phase of New Zealand Post's plans to transfer Timaru mail processing begins today when locally posted mail is transported to the Christchurch Mail Centre for processing overnight.

Transport On the Ice On Stamps

6 November 2000

If you receive a letter from a New Zealander in Antarctica soon, the chances are it will bear a stamp showing transport used on the ice.