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24/09/2020 -: Extension of support for foreign nationals in hardship
08/09/2020 -: Parents urged to be aware of harmful content on social media
06/08/2020 -: New service provider for Digital Child Exploitation Filter
04/08/2020 -: Chinese Poll Tax Heritage Trust funding round now open
27/07/2020 -: Customer Nominated Services information sharing agreement agreed
21/07/2020 -: Keep It Real Online goes multi-lingual
21/07/2020 -: Civil proceedings result in a total penalty of $7.585m against two money remitters
30/06/2020 -: Internal Affairs to deliver in-kind assistance to foreign nationals in serious hardship
26/06/2020 -: Summary of public feedback on online gambling review released
24/06/2020 -: Man sentenced to six months community detention for falsifying birth record
27/05/2020 -: Internal Affairs warns of potential citizenship scam website
22/05/2020 -: Gambling Regulator keeps watch as taverns open under Alert Level 2
07/05/2020 -: Voter turnout and representation of women in the 2019 Local Authority Elections
01/05/2020 -: Turnbull Library makes iconic score of Overture: Aotearoa available online
23/04/2020 -: Appointment to Executive Director, Office of Ethnic Communities role
14/04/2020 -: Weddings and civil unions during lockdown
02/04/2020 -: Daylight Saving ends Sunday
21/03/2020 -: Nation steps up to COVID-19 Alert Level 2
21/03/2020 -: All Archives NZ sites close reading rooms temporarily to help slow COVID-19
20/03/2020 -: Protecting community health: focus for National Library sites temporary closure
20/03/2020 -: Interim changes to citizenship ceremonies
18/03/2020 -: DIA encourages public to be aware of scams
14/03/2020 -: National Remembrance Service Cancelled
04/03/2020 -: New Zealand money remitter convicted for anti-money laundering failures
20/02/2020 -: Consultation on Fire and Emergency New Zealand Dispute Resolution Scheme
11/02/2020 -: The Christchurch Earthquake Appeal Trust granted $18.045 million
03/02/2020 -: Making digital accessible across Aotearoa New Zealand
31/01/2020 -: Chinese Poll Tax Heritage Trust funding round now open
10/01/2020 -: Australia remains top country of birth for new Kiwis
08/01/2020 -: Rogue and Royall names fail to Empress in 2019

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