News & Notices Archive

LINZ has released its Positioning Strategy, setting the direction for how the geodetic system will be developed over the next 10 years. LINZ provides New Zealand’s
Property owners and users of Lake Dunstan, including for recreation, are advised that the herbicide diquat will be applied via boat and helicopter in gel form to control lake weed (lagarosiphon) at several sites in Lake Dunstan.
Property owners and users of Lake Wanaka, including for recreation, are advised that the herbicide diquat will be applied via boat and helicopter in gel form to control lake weed (lagarosiphon) at various sites in Lake Wanaka.
Property owners and users of the Rotorua Lakes, including for recreation, are advised that the herbicide diquat, will be used in gel form to control lake weed at several sites in the Rotorua Lakes.
Notice is given under Section 43 of the Crown Pastoral Land Act (CPLA) 1998 by the Commissioner of Crown Lands that he has put a Preliminary Proposal for tenure review to Mount
New Zealand’s world-leading reputation for making geospatial data readily available to the public has been reinforced again with the presentation of yet another
Notice is given under Section 43 of the Crown Pastoral Land Act 1998 by the Commissioner of Crown Lands that he has put a preliminary proposal for tenure review to Irishman Creek
New Zealand’s most current publicly-owned aerial imagery, covering 95 percent of the country, is now available online through the LINZ Data Service. Land Information New
Notice is given under Section 43 of the Crown Pastoral Land Act (CPLA) 1998 by the Commissioner of Crown Lands that he has put a Preliminary Proposal for tenure review to Huxley
The Overseas Investment Office has today released the following documentation: OIO recommendation (PDF 2.4KB) Notice of decision - Case 201320041 (PDF 136KB) Notice of decision -
Land Information New Zealand is playing a prominent role in next month’s Locate14 Conference and Exhibition in Canberra, which will bring together the spatial industry
10 March 2014

Landscan March 2014

In this issue... Using technology to meet customer needs Late last year the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority, based at LINZ, produced their free online navigational chart in a
The release of a new set of 3D models of central Christchurch today – as part of the Canterbury Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) Programme led by Land Information New
Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) is enhancing the profile of the spatial industry by supporting this year’s inaugural New Zealand Spatial Excellence Awards (NZSEA). For
LINZ is refreshing its website to make it easier for customers to find the information that they need. As well as giving the site a more contemporary look and feel, content will

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