Government in New Zealand
Knowing your rights is important, here you will find official New Zealand goverment, ministry, law and related political websites full of information for both residents of New Zealand or for those looking to travel or work in New Zealand.
Creative New Zealand is the national agency for the development of the arts in New Zealand. We invest resources in New Zealand arts for the long-term benefit of New Zealanders. Our statutory purpose is to encourage, promote and support the arts in New Zealand for the benefit of all New Zealanders. (Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa Act 1994).
The Department of Labour is committed to taking an active leadership role in occupational health and safety throughout New Zealand. We are doing this in a variety of ways, through a range of projects and initiatives.
The Department of Labour’s primary role is to improve the performance of the labour market and, through this, strengthen the economy and increase the standard of living for those in New Zealand.
This website contains over 3,000 biographies of New Zealanders who have 'made their mark' on this country. It does not include people who are alive. So you will not find people like Helen Clark or Sean Fitzpatrick, but you will find people like George Nepia or Michael Joseph Savage.
The e-government website is aimed primarily at public servants in government departments. They are all familiar with it. And we are encouraging members of the public to use the government portal www.govt.nz to find government information and services.
ERO reviews schools and early childhood education services every three years on average, and publishes national reports on current education practice.
Energy efficiency is about using less energy to achieve the same result. Energy conservation focuses on avoiding wasting energy. Both result in energy savings. Renewable energy is energy that is self restoring, such as wind or solar. Our focus is on delivering significant energy savings to New Zealanders, and making wise use of our abundant renewable energy resources.
Environmental Risk Management Authority Ngā Kaiwhakatūpato Whakararu Taiao.
Our vision is to provide effective social policy built on sound research and evaluation. The purpose of this site is to provide a portal for research and evaluation and information on latest news, upcoming events, funding opportunities and jobs within the sector.
GETS is a free service designed to promote open, fair competition in the New Zealand Government market and meet international trade agreement commitments to provide information about New Zealand Government business opportunities.