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Corrections Department
Complete profile with prison jail sentences in New Zealand, sentencing remand probation and parole data, news, publications, and careers advice.
Department of Internal Affairs
Encompasses heritage, identity services, community development, gaming and censorship regulation, emergency management and Civil Defence.
Education Review Office
The government department which reports publicly on the quality of education in all New Zealand schools and early childhood centres, including private schools, kura kaupapa Maori (Maori language immersion schools) and kohanga reo (Maori language early childhood groups).
Energy Efficiency Conservation Authority
Works to bring about voluntary changes of behaviour to implement Government strategies for energy efficiency and conservation in both the private and public sectors.
Foundation for Research, Science and Technology
A statutory authority with an independent Board, reporting to the Minister of Research, Science and Technology. It is responsible for about 60% of the public expenditure on research and development in New Zealand, investing approximately $310 million annually in line with policies and priorities set by the Government. It covers almost all fields of science, including the social sciences but excluding defence and health.
Inland Revenue Department
A resource for all your Business, Personal and Professional tax needs.
Landonline: Survey and Title Information
Land Information New Zealand's (LINZ) survey and title information online. Landonline will introduce direct remote searching of survey plans and land title records, and (ultimately) electronic submission of cadastral surveys and land title transactions.
New Zealand Customs Service
One of the Government's border protection agencies. It has specific responsibilities for ensuring that all goods and persons entering and exiting New Zealand do so in accordance with all New Zealand laws and regulations.
New Zealand Earthquake Commission
A New Zealand Government agency providing natural disaster insurance to residential property owners.
New Zealand Immigration Service
Responsible for migration and entry to New Zealand. Provides information on visas, immigration and entry requirements for work, business, study or travel.
Office of Film & Literature Classification
Classifies publications (including films, videos, print material and digital files) that may need to be restricted, and provides information on censorship in New Zealand.
Office of Treaty Settlements
Negotiate on behalf of the Crown the settlement of historical grievances under the Treaty of Waitangi; implement settlements that have been reached; and administer the Protection Mechanism for surplus Crown land.
Pharmaceutical Management Agency
Manages the NZ Pharmaceutical Schedule on behalf of its owner, the Health Funding Authority.
Refugee Status Appeals Authority (RSAA)
An independent body established in 1991 to determine appeals from decisions of the Refugee Status Branch of the New Zealand Immigration Service declining refugee status.
Removal Review Authority (RRA)
An independent judicial body established under the Immigration Act 1987. It hears appeals on the papers against the requirement for a person who is unlawfully in NZ to leave NZ.
Standards New Zealand
The trading arm of the Standards Council. A crown entity operating under the Standards Act 1988. The Standards Council, an appointed body with representatives from all sectors of the community, oversees the development and adoption of Standards and standards-related products.
State Services Commission
One of three central agencies in the New Zealand Public Service. Together, the central agencies provide leadership, coordination, and advice on the management of the State sector. The State Services Commissioner is the chief executive of the State Services Commission, and the functions of the Commissioner are defined in the State Sector Act.
Statistics New Zealand (Te Tari Tatau)
The major source of official statistics. They gather a vast amount of information about people, households, businesses and economic activity.
Takeovers Panel
The New Zealand Takeovers Panel is a body corporate established by the Takeovers Act 1993. Site provides information about the Takeovers Act 1993, the Takeovers Code and the Takeovers Panel.
The New Zealand Office of Ethnic Affairs
Provides a referral and information service for ethnic communities in New Zealand, and policy advice to government.

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