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NZ’s New Fresh Water Rules – What Every Farmer Needs to Know

Agricultural Economist Susan Kilsby looks at what strict new rules governing the management of fresh water means for farmers.

Business and the Economic Impacts of COVID-19

ANZ’s Chief Economist Sharon Zollner and Managing Director, Commercial & Agri, Mark Hiddleston discuss the economic outlook and how businesses can navigate the path ahead.

'Kia Kaha te Reo Māori’

Māori language is becoming more integrated, we’ve gained a greater understanding of tikanga and, for younger generations, te reo has become part of everyday conversation.

Iwi Businesses Enter Covid World with $1 Billion Investment Capacity

Strong balance sheets, low debt levels and involvement in food production have helped many Iwi and Māori businesses emerge into the Covid world with an appetite to invest.

Changing lives - Changing generations

Te Whakaora Tangata has worked with high-risk families for the past 17 years, relying on donations from individuals and organisations including the ANZ Staff Foundation to fund their programmes, which help families become more resilient.

Putting food first – Fiji Staff respond to Covid and cyclone twin hit

Aiming to support those most in need, ANZ Fiji Staff Foundation is helping the Farm Food Bank project, a not for profit organisation that works with women and children in remote communities.

ANZIS stops new investment in Bonus Bonds and moves to wind up scheme

ANZ Investment Services (NZ) will stop accepting new investment into the Bonus Bonds Scheme as low interest rates continue to reduce the prize pool.

Staying the Course In Volatile Times

When it comes to picking the right KiwiSaver fund, ANZ believes it is important to focus on your long-term savings goals and ignore the day-to-day noise.

‘This is not a job interview’ with Antonia Watson

Twitter or Instagram, window or aisle seat, kindle or paperback? Find out in this informal Q+A with ANZ New Zealand’s new CEO Antonia Watson,