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The 2022 Unlocking Curious Minds contestable funding round will open mid-July 2021 16 June 2021

We can confirm that the 2022 funding round for Unlocking Curious Minds contestable fund will open mid-July 2021.

NASA Scientist for a Day winners announced 14 June 2021

This year’s winners of the NASA Scientist for a Day competition are Sophie Ineson from Southland Girl’s High School (Year 7 & 8 category) and Lucia Mochel from Whangamata Area School (Year 9 & 10 category), the New Zealand Space Agency in the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) announced today.

Consumer Travel Reimbursement Scheme extended 11 June 2021

The Government will extend The Consumer Travel Reimbursement Scheme until 31 December 2021.

Renewables share of electricity generation mix falls 10 June 2021

Low hydro lake storage levels and less wind led to a fall in the share of the electricity generation mix from renewable sources in the first three months of 2021 according to the New Zealand Energy Quarterly released today by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

Release of the latest reports for the Migrant and Community Surveys 09 June 2021

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has released reports summarising data from the 2019 Migrant and Community Surveys.

Global Impact Visa Evaluation 04 June 2021

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has released the third evaluation report of the Global Impact Visa (GIV) pilot evaluation.

Project Tāwhaki - A unique partnership for Kaitōrete 01 June 2021

Rejuvenating the environment, honouring deep cultural and historical links and building sustainable economic opportunities are the goals of Project Tāwhaki, a unique commercial partnership between Te Taumutu Rūnanga and Wairewa Rūnanga and the Crown.

New Zealand joins Artemis Accords 01 June 2021

New Zealand has joined an international arrangement to support peaceful exploration and activity in outer space. Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta and Economic Development Minister Stuart Nash have announced the government has agreed to join the Artemis Accords, launched by the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and now signed by eleven nations.

Consumers more certain of their rights, survey shows 25 May 2021

Results of the New Zealand Consumer Survey 2020, released today, found that nearly all consumers are aware that laws exist to protect their consumer rights, and tested knowledge of these rights has improved over the past 2 years.

Bill passes to double sick leave to 10 days 20 May 2021

Parliament has passed the Government Bill to double employees’ minimum sick leave entitlement to 10 days.