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The Department of Internal Affairs websites:

Departmental Websites

Main corporate website

Anti-spam information and spam complaints

Births, Deaths and Marriages information

Official website of the Government of New Zealand

Grants Online website – for online Community Organisation Grants scheme and Lottery Grants applications

Censorship information

Citizenship information

Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management information and services

Local Government and Community Branch information

Apostille Certification information

Document Authentication information

Information about the Electronic Monitoring System for gaming machine societies

Office of Ethnic Affairs information and services

New Zealand Gazette information

Identity services online transactions

Information about Language Line – an interpreting service

Directory of central government agencies, to help local authorities make contact for community outcomes processes

Information to support central and local government in achieving
community outcomes

Passports information

Information about the Rates Rebate Scheme

Translation Service information

Public Information Websites

CommunityNet Aotearoa – an Internet resource to support communities

Public safety information about dogs

Get Ready, Get Thru – civil defence public information website

Single transferable voting information website

Civil defence public information for young people

Independent Agency Websites

Ministerial Review into Allegations of Abuse at the Regular Force Cadet School

Commission of Inquiry into Police Conduct

Confidential Forum for Former In-Patients of Psychiatric Hospitals

New Zealand Gambling Commission

Local Government Commission

Confidential Listening and Assistance Service

Local Government Rates Inquiry

Royal Commission on Auckland Governance

Urban Search and Rescue information for emergency sector groups

Joint Working Group on Concerns of Viet Nam Veterans

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100 Year Celebration Insert


The proclamation of Dominion status is read on the steps of Parliament.

Declaration of New Zealand's Dominion status on the steps of the General Assembly Building. Prime Minister, Sir Joseph Ward (1856–1930) and Governor Lord Plunket (1864–1920) at the top of the steps.


Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand

Reference Number: G-8650-1/1


Irish president, Mary McAleese's visit to New Zealand.


Dominion Post

Sir Edmund Hillary Funeral – page 33


State Funeral for the late Sir Edmund Hillary on 22 January 2008.


Photography by Woolf

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Last updated: 20/10/2008