Government in New Zealand
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- Antarctica New Zealand is the Crown Entity responsible for developing, managing and executing New Zealand Government activities in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean, in particular the Ross Dependency.
- The official website of the New Zealand Government.
- The Government has entrusted the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAF) with one of the most important and complex public service mandates – to lead New Zealand's biosecurity system toward the future state identified in the Biosecurity Strategy for New Zealand (2003) whereby: "New Zealanders, our natural resources, our plants and animals are all kept safe and secure from damaging pests and diseases". Biosecurity Council (August 2003) Tiakina Aotearoa Protect New Zealand – The Biosecurity Strategy for New Zealand. Biosecurity Council, Wellington, p8.
- The Charities Commission - Komihana Kaupapa Atawhai - registers and monitors charities in accordance with the Charities Act 2005.
- In New Zealand there are about 9000 active pilots and 3830 aircraft. More than 8.4 million passengers travel on our main airlines' domestic services and 3.7 million arrive on international air carriers each year. Their safety is overseen by the CAA.
- Climate change information New Zealand has information about New Zealand’s emissions, emissions trading, projected impacts, international negotiations and obligations and New Zealand’s overall approach to climate change.
- The Commerce Commission is New Zealand's primary competition regulatory agency and was established under section 8 of the Commerce Act 1986.The Commission is an independent Crown entity and is not subject to direction from the government in carrying out its enforcement and regulatory control activities.
- The Department of Corrections manages offenders on sentences and orders imposed by Courts and the Parole Board. Corrections contributes to safer communities by protecting the public and reducing re-offending.
- 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).