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Number of New Zealand ICT graduates climbs

Tuesday, 13 January 2004, 2:21 pm | Investment New Zealand

A big increase is expected in the number of students graduating with tertiary qualifications in information and communications technology (ICT) over the next five years, significantly enhancing New Zealand’s skill base in this sector. More >>

North Shore Attracts Market Research Giant

Thursday, 6 November 2003, 2:29 pm | Investment New Zealand

Auckland November 6 2003 – More than 100 new jobs have been created on the North Shore thanks to the efforts of Investment New Zealand, Enterprise North Shore and WINZ to encourage ACNielsen to transfer a large part of its Australian telephone ... More >>

Whale Rider US Premiere NZ In The Spotlight

Friday, 30 May 2003, 10:03 am | Investment New Zealand

LOS ANGELES MAY 28, 2003 -- New Zealand filmmaking was again at the forefront of the movie-making world today with the US west coast premiere of Whale Rider in Hollywood. Guests, including directors Andrew Adamson (Shrek) and Michael Apted (Enough), gave ... More >>

New Zealand to doorstep of Asian investors

Friday, 14 March 2003, 5:35 pm | Investment New Zealand

New Zealand’s efforts to attract high quality foreign investment will get a boost next week when Investment New Zealand opens a regional office in Singapore. More >>

Govt-EDS Expansion To Reap $200 Million Reward

Tuesday, 11 March 2003, 11:15 am | Investment New Zealand

New Zealand’s information and communications technology (ICT) sector is set to get a $200 million foreign exchange earnings boost over the next eight years and the creation of 360 new high skilled jobs over the next three years. More >>

Images: PM Promotes Invest NZ With Frodo And Bilbo

Monday, 16 December 2002, 11:58 am | Investment New Zealand

A private screening in New York of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers for influential US investors may stimulate new investment in key New Zealand industry sectors, and attract more film production to the country. More >>