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Te Wiki o te Reo Māori - Māori Language Week

Fiji's Covid-19 outbreak prompts a new way of leading

When Fiji’s Covid-19 outbreak began this year and the country closed to all arrivals, ANZ Regional Executive for the Pacific Tessa Price found herself on the wrong side of the border.

ANZ partners with GirlBoss New Zealand

GirlBoss New Zealand is the brainchild of Alexia Hilbertidou, who created the programme as a result of her own experiences as a teenager growing up in Auckland.

Fiona Mackenzie appointed Managing Director of ANZ Funds Management

Fiona Mackenzie has been appointed as the new Managing Director of ANZ Funds Management, New Zealand’s largest private sector funds management and KiwiSaver provider.

Essential ANZ workers step up for customers in Level 4

A number of ANZ branches will re-open with limited hours this week, with some around the country already stepping in help vulnerable customers.

Paralympian Holly Robinson on turning ‘failures’ into gold

Paralympian and javelin specialist Holly Robinson is the picture of confidence, strength and determination - but she’s also open about her long journey developing that mental toughness.

ANZ waives fees for contactless debit payments

ANZ Bank NZ has waived the fees for contactless debit payments to encourage use of contactless payments when alert levels permit, and to help small businesses feeling the strain of Covid-19 restrictions.

Sending money home to the Pacific more often

Pacific islanders living in Australia and New Zealand are sending money home more frequently than they were a year ago

The delicious Daffodil Day fundraiser helping families through cancer

ANZ NZ Branch Manager Sarah Heywood and her team have sold thousands of pies over the past six years, raising around $15,000 for the Cancer Society.

Rediscovered painting casts new light on NZ’s Hine-o-te-Rangi

A rare oil portrait of Kiwi aviator Jean Batten, recently rediscovered after almost three decades, was unveiled at Auckland’s Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) today.