30 Nov 12
Air New Zealand has confirmed it is in talks with the government over striking a deal to allow wealthy Chinese visitors to secure a New Zealand visa quickly.
27 Nov 12
As many as 100,000 people are expected in Wellington this week for the long-awaited premier of Peter Jackson's latest offering The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and Tourism New Zealand are primed to capitalise.
26 Nov 12
New Zealand immigration authorities have suspended New Zealand visa applications from four private colleges after an investigation found their complicity in an illegal labour scam involving international students.
22 Nov 12
Figures released by the opposing Labour Party show that 10 Immigration New Zealand (INZ) staff have been fired in the past three years for improperly accessing client information.
16 Nov 12
A recent report published by the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) claims the country's current population is too small to grow in the world's economy and, fuelled by New Zealand immigration, the population needs to more than triple in coming decades.
14 Nov 12
New Zealand immigration authorities have reported struck an agreement with a Chinese airline to allow frequent visitors to have New Zealand visa applications fast tracked.
09 Nov 12
Fletcher Building, New Zealand's largest listed company, has predicted the construction industry in New Zealand to outpace that across the Tasman over the next year.
06 Nov 12
Hoping to re-capitalise on some of the magic that thrust New Zealand to the forefront of world tourism following the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Tourism New Zealand has launched a new campaign for the latest in the blockbusting franchise: The Hobbit.
31 Oct 12
A pair of British coalminers who faced almost certain deportation after a New Zealand visa technicality have been granted a reprieve by Associate Immigration Minister Kate Wilkinson.
29 Oct 12
A Queenstown judge has expressed his disappointment that he does not have the New Zealand immigration authority to deport two drunked French tourists.
25 Oct 12
Immigration New Zealand has said it is considering legal action on a local company who forced a migrant worker to pay her own wages to support her New Zealand visa application, in a case officials are saying is becoming all too common.