In The News

30 December 2017

NZ navy officer looking forward to breaking the ice

A New Zealand Navy officer has leapt to attention at the chance to sail with the USA to Antarctica. | Read more

29 December 2017

US ice-cutting ship Polar Star helps out in Christchurch en route to Antarctica

A United States Coast Guard ship has arrived in Christchurch, on its way to complete an ice-cutting mission in Antarctica. | Read more

21 November 2017

US company buys local carpet manufacturer

One of the country's main carpet makers has been bought by the world's biggest flooring company. | Read more

19 November 2017

US Ambassador Scott Brown on representing the US, Donald Trump, and life in NZ

Political reporter Joshua Miller visited New Zealand to find out more about Brown and his job down under. | Read more

15 November 2017

Peters meets US Secretary of State again

Foreign Minister Winston Peters has held a second meeting with United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in less than a week. | Read more

03 November 2017

Icebreaker sold to US giant VF Corporation in its bid to become a $1b brand

After Icebreaker held talks with a "select few" investors in recent months, the Kiwi merino clothing company has been bought by United States lifestyle clothing and footwear company VF Corporation. | Read more

21 October 2017

US officially congratulates Labour and Jacinda Ardern

The United States has officially congratulated Labour and Jacinda Ardern on forming the next Government. | Read more

15 October 2017

Q+A: US ambassador Scott Brown

Q+A: US ambassador Scott Brown interviewed by Corin Dann | Read more

03 October 2017

Prime Minister offers condolences to U.S.

Prime Minister Bill English has offered his condolences to the people of the United States in the wake of the mass shooting which took place in Las Vegas overnight. | Read more

02 October 2017

US warns of North Korean missile impact on NZ

New Zealand's more than 10,000 kilometres away from North Korea's missile tests but the United States says that distance doesn't mean we're immune from the affects of an attack. | Read more

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