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Unlicensed immigration adviser sentenced to home detention 23 October 2019

Timothy Joseph Spooner has been sentenced to four months home detention and ordered to pay $7050 reparation to victims following his guilty plea in May to five charges laid by the Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) for providing advice to immigrants when neither licensed nor exempt.

Two consultations open: Fair Pay Agreements, and reducing migrant exploitation 17 October 2019

Two consultations have opened today on potential changes to New Zealand’s employment and immigration systems.

MBIE welcomes findings of review into processes for residence deportation liability decisions 09 October 2019

The Chief Executive of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has today welcomed the findings of an independent review of the process used by Immigration New Zealand (INZ) to prepare files for decision-makers who make residence deportation liability decisions.

Tourism New Zealand’s role in tourism system strongly supported by Panel findings 30 September 2019

Tourism New Zealand is a successful, well-performing agency, world leader in destination marketing, says a report commissioned by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

Changes to employer-assisted temporary work visas 17 September 2019

The Government has announced a number of changes to the employer-assisted temporary work visa system that will affect employer wanting to recruit temporary foreign workers. The changes aim to improve the temporary work visa system by ensuring that foreign workers are only recruited for genuine shortages, while also providing incentives for employers to employ and train more New Zealanders.

Partnering with councils to improve camping this summer 02 September 2019

Following the success of last summer’s initiatives, the government is partnering with councils and industry across the country to further improve the camping experience for everyone.

$18 million to support sustainable tourism growth 14 August 2019

The International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy (IVL) is investing $18 million in ten tourism and conservation projects across New Zealand.

Tourism Infrastructure Fund round 4 now open 01 August 2019

Applications for round four of the Tourism Infrastructure Fund (TIF) are now being welcomed.

Round 11 of funding open to support the Great Rides 01 August 2019

Applications are now open for round 11 of the Maintaining the Quality of Great Rides Fund, closing on Friday 30 August 2019.

$12 million to improve visitor experiences across Aotearoa 12 July 2019

The government has announced the funding recipients from round three of the Tourism Infrastructure Fund.

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