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Hamilton City Mayor welcomes international students

His Worship Andrew King, Mayor of Hamilton, welcomed over 200 international students to the Hamilton region.


Suffrage 125 Spotlight: Grace Ryu

This year marks the 125th anniversary of the women’s suffrage movement, which gave all women in Aotearoa the right to vote. Grace Ryu was born in South Korea ..

Pictured with Hon Iain Lees-Galloway (Immigration Minister) are Hon Megan Woods (Minister Earthquake Commission) and Ahmed Tani

Christchurch, a refugee resettlement, once again!

Canterbury Refugee Resettlement and Resource Centre - Immigration Minister announced that the Government will reinstate Christchurch as a place for resettlement

There's still time to have your say on the future of NCEA

Have your say on the future of education

The Ministry of Education is working to understand what New Zealanders need and want from the education system.


Live Your Dream – Ethnic Women in Entrepreneurship

What links a cupcake business, an ethnic driving school for women and an IT support and training service for the elderly?

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Minister's Update - August 2018

Kia ora, malo e lelei, talofa lava, namaste, ni hao, mabuhay, anyoung haseyo, and very warm greetings to all.


Supporting Active Citizenship

SPLICE, has recently been supported by the Ethnic Communities Development Fund to launch Active Citizens in New Zealand.

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Minister's Update - July 2018

Kia ora, namaste, ni hao, mabuhay, anyoung haseyo, mālō e lelei and very warm greetings to you all.


Building Positive Ethnic Community Leaders

Each year the Office of Ethnic Communities supports a range of worthy community initiatives through the Ethnic Communities Development Fund.


Reminder - fund dates for 2018 are set

The Ethnic Communities Development fund will open for requests on Wednesday 15 August 2018 and close at midnight on Wednesday 26 September 2018.

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