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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿
We represent the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland. Retweets not endorsements.
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 19
Join 's on 30 September 6-7:15pm for an expert panel discussion on - Why, how and what now? Register here:
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 19
Opening the door to Singapore: Roadshow live event
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 19
Our Singapore Roadshow Auckland event will start at 1pm today and we'll be live streaming this talk here on our Twitter page. Live stream link coming shortly – stay tuned! ,
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New Zealand Story 🇳🇿 Sep 18
2019 marks the 126th anniversary of women’s suffrage in . On 19 Sept 1893, the Electoral Act 1893 was passed, giving all women the right to vote. As a result, NZ became the first country in the world to grant women the right to vote.
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 18
and the Ministry of Defence are hosting the conference along with thought-leaders from across the in on 18 October. Rt Hon Winston Peters, Minister of Foreign Affairs will provide the keynote:
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 18
We will be live streaming our Singapore Roadshow Auckland event tomorrow at 1pm here on our Twitter page. Stay tuned for live stream updates! ,
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 16
Bringing ASEAN and New Zealand closer together. He waka eke noa! We are all in this together.
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New Zealand at Expo 2020 Sep 12
2⃣ days left to apply to - don't miss this opportunity to receive $100,000 in funding, plus the chance to be profiled at Dubai. ➡️
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 12
Nau mai haere mai ki Tāmaki-makaurau! He honore i tēnei rā te pōwhiri i te manuhiri tūārangi mai te Whenua Moemoeā ki te haukāinga mō te Rūnanga Rangatira o Aotearoa me Ahitereiria
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 12
Nau mai, haere mai and welcome to ! Great to have a large Australian Ministerial delegation and leading Trans Tasman CEOs here for the Zealand Leadership Forum - 15 years of the - what’s next?
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Australia New Zealand Leadership Forum Sep 12
Our trans-Tasman leaders are taking part in the ANZLF 2019 breakout sessions led by McKinsey & Company to strategise on what needs to be done to continue to advance the single economic market.
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Australia New Zealand Leadership Forum Sep 12
The 2019 Australia New Zealand Leadership Forum has opened with our five Sector Groups and our Emerging Leaders presenting their recommendations to 270 trans-Tasman leaders.
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The Australia New Zealand Agritech Council Sep 12
Following the successful launch of the Australia New Zealand Agritech Council in Auckland yesterday, you can now check out major relevant news and views from across the Tasman at
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Australia New Zealand Leadership Forum Sep 12
We are thrilled tonight to announce the 2019 trans-Tasman Innovation and Growth Award winners Congratulations to our four deserving winners who received their awards tonight from our guest of honour NZ PM
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 11
Whakaatu ana te Waharoa ki i a Māui rātou ko ōna tuakana e hī ana i te Ika a Māui. Nā Blaine Te Rito te taonga toi nei i hanga
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 11
Icon: Waharoa by Blaine Te Rito. Waharoa | gateway depicts Māui and his brothers, who fished up Te Ika-a-Maui (the North Island). Find this amazing piece at
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 10
He raru ōu ki ōu mākete ? Mā mātoukoe e āwhina. Whakapā mai ki tō tātou Ratonga Tohutohu Tauhokohoko ki exports@mfat.net, ki 0800 824 605 rānei
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 10
Hitting issues in your markets? We can help. Get in touch with our Trade Advisory Service at exports@mfat.net or call 0800 824 605. We'll get back to you as soon as possible
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 9
Ko Pou Tū Te Rangi tētahi tārai nā Chris Bailey i hanga, e tū ana ki te riu o i Tāmaki nei hei whakanui i ā te Māori mahi whakatere moana, tauhokohoko hoki
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MFAT in Auckland🇳🇿 Sep 9
Icon: Pou Tū Te Rangi by Chris Bailey are “the standing posts that reach for the heavens”. Found in to reflect this whenua as significant for early Māori - where cultures & ethnicities converged with trade & maritime activities
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