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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
06/01/2020 -: New Zealand’s most popular baby names for 2019
16/12/2019 -: National condolences book opened for victims of the Whakaari Island eruption
16/12/2019 -: Classification framework funding options - consultation now open  
13/12/2019 -: Staying safe online this holiday season
10/12/2019 -: Summary of public feedback on Charities Act released
09/12/2019 -: Wellbeing embraced at Internal Affairs
06/12/2019 -: Appointment to Deputy Government Chief Digital Officer role
28/11/2019 -: Archives New Zealand’s first digital report is now live!
22/11/2019 -: Last day of Royal Visit
21/11/2019 -: The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall in Christchurch
21/11/2019 -: Research shows nearly 1 in 3 people in social housing can’t access the internet
19/11/2019 -: The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall’s historic visit to Waitangi
18/11/2019 -: Public opportunity to see The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall
17/11/2019 -: The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrive in New Zealand
11/11/2019 -: Announcement of events during the visit to New Zealand by The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall
06/11/2019 -: Further details of the visit to New Zealand by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall
04/11/2019 -: Don’t stirrup trouble this Melbourne Cup
04/11/2019 -: Artificial Intelligence (AI) workshop to start national conversation
31/10/2019 -: At-home registry weddings come to Wellington
25/10/2019 -: Consultation on new ways to fund Fire and Emergency New Zealand opens
23/10/2019 -: SmartStart expands service
22/10/2019 -: NZ company fined NZ$36,000 for unsolicited messages
18/10/2019 -: $4 million penalty for repeated non-compliance
10/10/2019 -: Harmful material online – Internal Affairs urges New Zealanders to be mindful
27/09/2019 -: Internal Affairs reminds Kiwis to be diligent when renewing passports

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