COVID-19 has changed the way New Zealanders shop, for good.
We are proud to be making a difference in local communities by supporting charitable organisations and social enterprises by giving away free courier services.
NZ Post Paxsters (electric mail buggies) are largely back in service after being temporarily removed from service last week to address a maintenance issue.
NZ Post is temporarily removing our Paxsters for a precautionary safety audit.
Delivering for New Zealand also means supporting the neighbourhoods and communities where we live and work.
Designed by Arabic calligraphy artists Muhammad Waqas and his wife Sameera Waqas, the bold metallic gold stamps are available now for pre-order.
Due to severe weather and road closures, NZ Post are experiencing delays to parcel and mail deliveries into and out of Gisborne and the wider East Coast region.
NZ Post’s delivery network is operating well but we are starting to see delays of 1-2 days for some parcels across the country.
There are no restrictions on essential verses non-essential items, that can be sent through the NZ Post network.
NZ Post's acquisition has been customer driven, responding to strong demand from customers to be able to deliver larger items.
NZ Post is reminding Kiwis not to send human or animal ashes through its network as it sees an increase in attempts.
Online shopping in New Zealand grew 38% for the six months ending 31 December 2021, compared to the same period in 2020.
NZ Post is preparing for a sustained Omicron outbreak, ensuring parcel deliveries can continue while Kiwis are self-isolating.
Online shoppers spent a staggering $7.67 billion last year, setting a new record for online spending, the latest NZ Post eCommerce Spotlight report shows.
NZ Post says it will begin transitioning to a commercially sustainable model for mail delivery.
Our message to Kiwis is to send now, if you haven’t already, to give parcels the best chance of being with loved ones by the big day.
NZ Post has also recently launched a new interactive website, where kids can send Santa an online letter.
Report shows Kiwis spent $765 million online in October alone.
With a limited number of sets, people will need to get their orders in quickly.
Kiwi kids have the opportunity to receive replies from Santa in Te Reo Māori and in English.
NZ Post’s parcel delivery service in Auckland is currently busier than it has ever been due to the current COVID outbreak meaning retail stores are closed, so we are asking Aucklanders to prepare for Christmas by shopping online a little differently this year.
NZ Post is releasing special edition stamps and coins to celebrate the twenty-year anniversary of the first The Lord of the Rings film, The Fellowship of the Ring.
NZ Post has had an excellent year under the backdrop of unprecedented global uncertainty.
NZ Post is gearing up to meet the increase in parcels and to reduce the impact of any delays.
NZ Post is continuing to provide essential delivery services in Alert Level 4 nationwide.
NZ Post has acquired 50% of Kiwi owned third-and-fourth-party logistics operation Supply Chain Solutions, partnering with SCS in order to provide end-to-end service to eCommerce customers.
Ten charities and social enterprises will win free courier products for one year, with a public vote.
NZ Post has reported an operating profit of $9 million for the half year with record-breaking volumes of parcels, while maintaining a high quality of service. Including our share of earnings from Kiwi Group Holdings Limited this results in a net profit after tax of $27million.
NZ Post is continuing to provide delivery services in Alert Level 3 in Auckland and Alert Level 2 nationwide.
COVID-19 has impacted the way Kiwis shop online.
The stamp has been created collaboratively with Wellington Pride and wider Rainbow community groups.
NZ Post is preparing for the final push in delivering Christmas presents to Kiwis this week.
NZ Post delivered over 2 million parcels in the week following Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Last year Black Friday and Cyber Monday online sales saw more online purchases than Boxing Day.
Our Christmas stamp issue is our most popular of the year
NZ Post can send and receive letters to Santa digitally.
NZ Post is reminding Kiwis to be aware of what items are prohibited as the traditionally busiest time of the year approaches.
A portion of the sales will support the New Zealand Team as they work towards the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games next year.
Make sure Christmas presents are safely under the tree in time for Christmas by sending and ordering Christmas presents early.
Results and highlights from a year of "two halves".
NZ Post has acted on advice from health officials.
Mark Stewart (NZ Post Chief Operating Officer) provides an update on the situation at Highbrook.
NZ Post and its people will again proudly step into the role of essential service provider for Aucklanders and businesses selling their items online.
New research by NZ Post into how the COVID-19 response has impacted the way Kiwis shop online.
NZ Post has announced a revolutionary commitment to partially fund electric vehicles for our delivery contractors, to help meet our goal of being carbon neutral from 2030.
NZ Post is kicking off a 10 year plan for parcel growth, announcing today it plans to invest close to $170 million to double its processing capacity – from 95 million parcels today to 190 million parcels.
The Government has recently announced changes to the Road User Charges (RUC), which will take effect from 1 July 2020.
A special stamp issue celebrating the Kiwi spirit, which couldn’t be dampened by the COVID-19 response and the Alert Level 4 lockdown, is now on sale.
We take the role we play in helping you to efficiently reach your customers very seriously and are committed to having a sustainable postal delivery service now and for the future.
Support for NZ Post in the Government’s 2020 Budget is a welcome signal of confidence for the business.
New Zealand Post is inviting the public to Share their Bears as part of a special stamp issue
As an essential service for New Zealanders, NZ Post's first priority during the level 4 lockdown is the health, safety, support and wellbeing of our people.
We're playing a vital role delivering what people need during the COVID-19 response.
New Zealand Post is changing its parcels delivery process in response to the developing situation with COVID-19 in New Zealand, to limit physical contact.
NZ Post has this morning announced a half year result of a net profit after tax of $31 million, due in part to a recordbreaking Christmas delivery season for parcels. This compares with a $7 million profit for the same period the previous year.
This week is the busiest week of the year for NZ Post, with Thursday 19 December set to be the busiest day of all, as the parcel delivery business brings on extra flights, trucks, vans and people to get New Zealanders’ Christmas presents under the tree in time for the 25th.
Monday 11 November kicks off the busiest period of the year for parcel delivery business NZ Post – beginning with the online shopping frenzy known as Singles’ Day.
NZ Post has this morning announced a $35 million increase in revenue due to a strong operational performance for the 2018/19 financial year and a record-breaking 12 months for its parcel delivery business, balanced against a writedown on mail assets. The result is a net loss after tax of $121 million.
NZ Post is part of the Auckland community, which is experiencing an increased incidence of measles.
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.
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.
The Government has recently announced changes to the Road User Charges (RUC), which will take effect from 1 July 2019.
New Zealand Post invites members of the public to its annual public meeting.
Discover some of New Zealand’s brightest stars with the New Zealand Space Pioneers stamp issue, featuring real meteorite dust.
Tawa residents will now be able to see New Zealand Post’s new electric delivery vehicles in operation as driver training has started.
NZ Post is committed to providing postal services to the Christchurch community, and having locations that our customers can easily access.
NZ Post is undertaking a review of the delivery of any firearms, or firearms parts, through its network.
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.
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.
New Zealand Post today announced a net profit after tax of $7 million for the six months to 31 December 2018.
We know that we #deliverchristmas to our customers who prefer online shopping (but what our recently released eCommerce Report shows is that our rural customers are bigger spenders than their urban counterparts.
NZ Post’s great working relationship with My Food Bag was highlighted in this year’s Integrated Report and Christmas is no different! This year we are working with the team from My Food Bag to spread festive cheer to communities across New Zealand.
Fueled by the huge sales of Singles Day, Black Friday and Cyber Monday, a record number of parcels are now coming through NZ Post’s network.
Fueled by Kiwis’ love of online shopping, New Zealand Post is preparing for what is expected to be one of the busiest weeks of the year, following Black Friday online sales.
New Zealanders’ growing love affair with online shopping is seeing NZ Post hiring an extra 600 people in the lead up to another record-breaking Christmas.
Santa’s elves are gearing up to receive mail for Santa and Mrs Claus - with a little help from New Zealand Post. So it’s time to get writing!
NZ Post is celebrating the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first royal visit to New Zealand with a special tribute stamp issue, likely to be popular with collectors and royal fans both in New Zealand and around the World.
New Zealand Post is celebrating the courage of women who fought for the hard-won right to vote in New Zealand 125 years ago, with a new stamp release.
NZ Post today reported a net profit after tax of $13 million for the 12 months to 30 June 2018 (FY 2018). This represents a year-on-year decline of $14 million on the FY 2017 result for continuing operations.
NZ Post today reported a net profit after tax from continuing operations of $6 million for the six months to 31 December 2017 (HY 2018).