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ANZ in the Community

New Matariki bank card designs inspired by Silver Ferns

Personalised debit card designs are so popular with Kiwis, we're celebrating this year’s Matariki with a new collection.

The school garden charity growing a tonne of produce per year

An Auckland charity which provides vegetable gardens in schools has now built more than 40 – with over a tonne of produce being grown each year by eager kids.

Cyclone-hit kumara growers grateful for support

With Northland’s kumara industry back on track after the devastation of Cyclone Gabrielle, one Kaipara farming couple have a simple message for those who helped: “thank you”.

Agri-banker looks back on 50 years of change

ANZ Rural Bank Manager Roger Fannin has been working in banking for half a century all over Hawke’s Bay – all the way back to the post office days.

Outstanding in her field: Rural ambassador considers next move

High-flying rural ambassador Courtney Davies is encouraging young women to seek a diverse range of experiences as they carve out a career path – with a top bank CEO endorsing the approach.

ANZ NZ’s Voluntary Climate Report

ANZ NZ’s first voluntary climate report provides a picture of our climate-related risks and opportunities.

A friend for life: Waitlist for assistance dogs ‘growing every day’

A New Zealand charity which trains and manages assistance dogs says its waitlist is “growing every day”, and more funding and volunteers are needed.

BLACKCAPS and WHITE FERNS surprise community cricket group with limited edition shirts

The BLACKCAPS and WHITE FERNS have surprised members of the Bangladesh cricket community in Auckland by turning up to their social cricket match and presenting them with a limited edition “two homes” shirt.

Bowel cancer survivor sees scars as badges of honour

At just 31, Tamsyn Cornwall was facing the words no one wants to hear - “you have cancer”.

Bridging the Digital Divide, One Laptop at a Time

As digital technology becomes increasingly essential in our lives, a small Auckland charity is making sure low decile schoolkids don’t miss out.

An Insight Into Kiwis' Financial Wellbeing

New Zealanders’ view of their financial wellbeing weakened in the first three months of 2023.

Cut-off farmers give thanks for Gabrielle relief donations

Months after a national relief effort, a Hawke’s Bay farming couple cut off after Cyclone Gabrielle have given thanks to the people and the generosity that helped get them through.