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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.

ANZ Investments reaches major milestone - over 100,000 KiwiSaver members helped into their first home

More than one hundred thousand people have made a withdrawal from one of ANZ Investments’ KiwiSaver schemes to help them buy a first home.

ANZ NZ’s Voluntary Climate Report

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

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”.

Faces of success: Environmental engineer Ashleigh Denize

Ashleigh Denize was told in high school to stay away from subjects like biology and chemistry - she proved them wrong.

ANZ appoints new Head of Investment Partnerships

ANZ Bank New Zealand today announced Paul Gregory has been appointed as the new Head of Investment Partnerships for ANZ Investments, reporting to the Chief Investment Officer.

ANZ’s Tūrangānui-a-Kiwa l Gisborne branch opens

ANZ Bank New Zealand has opened a newly refurbished branch in Tūrangānui-a-Kiwa (Gisborne).

ANZ warns of rise in cold call scams

Vigilance urged after increased reports of cold calls by scammers impersonating ANZ staff.

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.

Driving school helping migrants, refugees struggles under increasing demand

An Auckland driving school which teaches new migrants and refugees to drive is facing a funding gap as demand increases, while also calling for more volunteers.

Quarter of Kiwi women say menopause symptoms halve work efficiency

New research from Global Women and ANZ Bank New Zealand reveals three quarters of Kiwi women experiencing menopause symptoms felt the symptoms negatively impacted their work but only 11 percent had talked to their manager about it.