News & Notices Archive

1 March 2011

Landscan March 2011

Issue 56 In this issue: Thoughts on the Christchurch earthquake LINZ Chief Executive Colin MacDonald shares his thoughts on the tragic earthquake that struck Christchurch on 22
Update: The Christchurch office is now open. LINZ's office in Tuam Street, Christchurch, is closed until further notice, as a result of the 6.3 earthquake that hit the city at
A new Investment Protocol under the Closer Economic Relations (CER) trade agreement, signed by Prime Minister John Key and Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, further
16 February 2011

Topo50 Maintenance Updates

LINZ has released 24 updated Topo50 map sheets featuring selected updates, as part of ongoing Topo50 maintenance. The new map versions are free to download as both data files and
Some recent media reports suggest that Pengxin Group have filed an application for consent to the Overseas Investment Office (OIO) for their purchase of the Crafar farms. The OIO
The next meeting of the New Zealand Geographic Board Ngā Pou Taunaha o Aotearoa (NZGB) has been scheduled for 29 April 2011. The deadline for making proposals to assign, alter,
A Ministerial Directive Letter issued in December 2010 by the Minister of Finance to the Overseas Investment Office takes effect from today. The letter provides extra clarity and
Hon Maurice Williamson and Hon Kate Wilkinson have today declined consent to the application by Natural Dairy (NZ) Holdings Limited (Natural Dairy) to acquire the Crafar farms.
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 Classic
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 The
Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) will tomorrow advertise two tenure review preliminary proposals for the Maryburn and The Wolds pastoral leases in the Mackenzie Basin. The
As a public sector agency, Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) is legally required to maintain a retention and disposal schedule for all paper records it holds that are over 25
Media statement: Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) will lead the way to help connect New Zealand’s location-based information. This follows a Cabinet decision on Monday
Our spatial parcel improvement (SPI) project has been capturing survey accurate data from existing survey plans to improve the accuracy of the cadastre in high priority areas. The
14 December 2010

Action in Antarctica

Each year, LINZ sends members from the geodetic team to complete an annual Antarctic programme with two main tasks to complete. This year our representatives were Glen Rowe, Paula

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