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'Thank you, ANZ' - Fully-paid parental leave policy gives growing family the best start

A new father to twins would love to see more New Zealand employers review their parental benefits – if they want to retain committed employees and help create a well-adjusted next generation.

Smart new feature helps consumers stay on top of their bills

ANZ's smart new feature proven to help customers get on top of their bills.

Wild Whiskers - the charity giving wild kittens and stray cats a second chance

Wild Whiskers rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes wild kittens. It received a grant from the ANZ NZ Staff Foundation.

Watch Women Win

It’s time for all New Zealanders to feel it’s no longer unusual for a woman to succeed in any way she chooses – and be championed doing so.

ANZ NZ General Counsel David Bricklebank on career and family

ANZ New Zealand General Counsel and Company Secretary David Bricklebank heads up a large team at the bank - but he knows the importance of downtime, as well.

No place to hide: Expert sees growing threat to godwits

As tens of thousands of bar-tailed godwits leave New Zealand for their annual long-distance migration, one expert is warning their habitats – and those of other species – continue to be under threat from human practices.

ANZ backs ambitious sustainability commitment for Tāmaki Makaurau

ANZ and Auckland Council have partnered to create what is believed to be the country’s first sustainability linked lending for a local authority.

A gold medal for confidence

ANZ CEO Antonia Watson visits Cambridge to talk to Olympic gold medalist Emma Twigg about what is driving, and also holding back, women from success. The Watch Women Win report found that confidence, fear of failure and being judged are the main factors holding many women back. The results really resonated with me because I have experienced some of those things. I know first-hand the importance of encouragement and support, and how important it is to have visible role models. This year we’ve decided to explore the findings of our Watch Women Win report with a fresh generation of leaders and influencers - to learn from their successes and hear what they think has held them back or helped them. We want to shine a light on their achievements and share their stories. I also want to take what we learn and apply it in my own sphere of influence, using their insights to help change our business for the better.

ANZ NZ commits to reporting gender pay gap

ANZ NZ joins other companies in publicly reporting the organisation’s gender pay gap.

Greenhouse gas emissions – four things farmers should know

AgFirst Agribusiness and Environmental Consultant Erica van Reenen outlines four things farmers should know as sector groups urge farmers to prepare for change.

Solid first half year result for ANZ New Zealand

ANZ New Zealand reports a cash net profit after tax of $968 million for the six months to 31 March 2022.

ANZ first to issue recycled plastic bank cards in the Pacific

All new Visa debit cards issued across the Pacific will be produced using a minimum of 70% recycled plastic.