On 10 April 2017, the Government offered the families of New Zealand Defence Force personnel and their dependents buried in military burials in Malaysia and Sin
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The previous fault with some of our phone lines has been fixed.
Veterans’ Affairs Minister David Bennett has launched the 2017 Battle of Passchendaele multi-media competition.
From 1 April 2017 new rates adjusted for Consumers Price Index (CPI) inflation will come into effect for all entitlements other than Scheme Two.
Statements of Principles regarding Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder have been amended.
Veterans’ Affairs will be closed on Monday 6 February for Waitangi Day.
The Veterans' Advisory Board is making steady progress with its consideration of the Government’s current repatriation policy.
The Veterans’ Health Advisory Panel provides an update on applications for funding from the Veterans' Medical Research Trust Fund.
Veterans’ Affairs will be closed over the Christmas and New Year period. Find out more about our office closure, and alternative support available.
The Veterans’ Advisory Board is making progress with its consideration of the Government’s current repatriation policy.
On 15 December 2016 changes will be made to the list of Australian Statements of Principles that apply in New Zealand.
The December 2016 edition of Veterans' Affairs News is now available, and includes a welcome from the new Head of Veterans' Affairs.
A Spark New Zealand issue, recently affecting some calls to us, is now fixed. We apologise for any inconvenience it caused.
Veterans' Affairs has reopened following the 14 November earthquake.
The Veterans' Advisory Board has begun its consideration of the Government’s current repatriation policy.
The Minister of Veterans' Affairs has made appointments to the Veterans’ Advisory Board and the Veterans’ Health Advisory Panel.
Veterans' Affairs has been advised by the Department of Inland Revenue of an error regarding tax codes that may affect some veterans.
Taupo teenager takes title in Battle of Passchendaele multi-media competition
A Spark NZ issue, recently affecting some callers to us, is now fixed.
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The Veterans’ Health Advisory Panel is now seeking applications from New Zealand-based researchers.