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A snapshot of how the New Zealand science and innovation system is performing in key areas.

2018 Endeavour Fund

The 2018 Endeavour Fund is now underway.

New Zealand Space Agency

Read more about why New Zealand is an attractive location for space activities.

Tourism research and data

Visit our tourism research hub for data and analysis on domestic and international tourism in NZ.

MBIE open data

Access the latest open datasets released by MBIE.

Faster Broadband is coming

Reaching New Zealanders where they live, work and study.

Fund finder

What funding is available in the science and innovation ecosystem, for research or building your business?

Jobs online

Jobs Online measures changes in job vacancies advertised on the two main internet job boards – Seek and Trade Me Jobs. It is published each month.

Have your say

We are interested in hearing from New Zealanders about the issues we are working on.

Labour Market Scorecard released for September 2017 quarter

14 November 2017

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) today released the Labour Market Scorecard for the September 2017 quarter.

Consumers spot scams for Fraud Awareness Week

13 November 2017

Knowing how to spot a scam is one of the best ways to protect yourself in today’s digitally-enhanced world and the focus of this year’s Fraud Awareness Week, says Consumer Protection Manager Mark Hollingsworth.

Auckland restaurants to pay nearly $200,000 for employment breaches

2 November 2017

A Labour Inspectorate investigation has uncovered employment breaches in a series of connected Asian restaurants in Auckland, who now must pay nearly $200,000.

Chinese newspaper to pay more than $140,000 for employment breaches

2 November 2017

A prominent Chinese New Zealand newspaper must pay more than $140,000 for employment breaches following a Labour Inspectorate investigation.

174-184 MHz – Land Mobile Radio technical consultation

30 October 2017

The Minister for Communications decided new uses for the former analogue television Band III (174-230 MHz) in April 2017, following a review of options for allocating the frequencies in this band.


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