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What we learned from 2021

Many will remember 2021 as a year of tremendous uncertainty and personal sacrifice, lived in the looming and ever-present shadow of Covid-19 - but it was also a year of opportunity, generosity, wisdom, and hope.

Taking time out with bats and balls

Support from the ANZ Cricket Grant has seen the Mercy Cares cricket team receive much-needed gear to use in games and for practice.

ANZ's Watch Women Win Report

There’s a huge amount of work to be done to find ways that enable, empower and encourage women to fulfil their professional or personal aspirations and dreams, which uplifts us all, socially and economically.

Bonus Bond Deadline Approaches - What You Need To Know

ANZ is urging the holders of Bonus Bonds to make sure their contact details are updated, before final repayments begin in December.

ANZ New Zealand's ESG progress at a glance

We're proud of the progress we’ve made when it comes to our social and environmental impact.

Northland geothermal plant powering a sustainable future

The expansion of Top Energy's geothermal power generation at Ngāwhā now makes the Far North district self-sufficient in terms of electricity, and all of it now comes from a renewable source.

Health expert answers common Covid-19 vaccine questions

As part of a Q+A session with ANZ staff, Australian public health physician Dr Natalie Gray answered some of the most common questions about the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine, and cleared up some misconceptions.

‘Cinderella Experience’ giving women confidence to succeed

For some women, a barrier to employment can be as simple as not having the right clothes to wear – but life-changing charity Dress For Success (DFS) is helping them succeed one “Cinderella experience” at a time.

Talking openly and honestly about menopause

Younger generations are leading the charge when it comes to being body positive and what it means to be a woman – what can we learn from them?

Much more than just a ‘farmer’s wife’

With the critical role women play in food systems around the world being recognised by this year’s International Day of Rural Women on October 15th, Hawkes Bay farmer Maddy McLean reflects on how the traditional role of women in agriculture has evolved, and how she gained the skills, knowledge and confidence to contribute to both the day-to-day, and business sides of her farm.

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori - Māori Language Week

It's Te Wiki o te Reo Māori - Māori Language Week and a great opportunity to recognise and celebrate one of New Zealand’s official languages.

‘Where your talents and what the world needs cross; there lies your vocation’

How do you define success? Is it having money? Seniority? Happiness? Helping others?