Hydrographic Services in the News

Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) has today published a set of three new nautical charts to improve maritime safety, and support shipping and fishing operations, around the
A new smartphone app utilising data from the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority (NZHA) within Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) will make nationwide boating information more
Landonline users could experience delays in telephone and email support due to reduced staffing levels during the closure and relocation of LINZ’s Wellington Office over
LINZ will launch an online survey later in April to gather insights into the New Zealand geospatial industry. The purpose of the survey is to develop a better understanding of the
Media release: Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) has accepted a tender from Koordinates Ltd to develop a service that will allow users of LINZ’s spatial information to
Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) and the National Institute of Water and Atmosphere (NIWA) today launched a new web portal providing free public access to data gathered by the
The likely impact of tsunami on New Zealand’s vulnerable coastline is now better understood, following the completion of a major project to install sea level monitoring
On 1 October 2010 GST is increasing to 15%. All LINZ fees will increase (by around 2%) to account for the GST increase, taking effect on 1 October 2010. We will be updating all
8 July 2010: Media release A two-year ocean and coastal survey project in the Bay of Islands is now complete, Land Information New Zealand announced today. LINZ and NIWA will hold
Several LINZ staff presented at the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) 2010 Congress in Sydney last week. FIG is an international, non-government organisation whose
19 April 2010: Media release A survey of the Bay of Islands' marine life and supporting ecosystems is nearing completion, Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) said today. Fieldwork
4 February 2010: Media release A survey of the Bay of Islands' marine life and supporting ecosystems is making good progress, Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) said today. Since
Humanitarian and environmental risks posed by ship-borne Antarctic tourism were the focus of an experts’ conference attended by LINZ last week. The Antarctic Treaty Meeting
LINZ – New Zealand’s Hydrographic Office – will be adopting a new active hydrographic geospatial standard for marine data and information. The new standard is
The results are in for LINZ's geodetic services questionnaire, which ran online from July to October. Thanks to the 318 people who took part and told us what they think of these

The refreshed LINZ website will be here soon.

You’ll still be able to access the same information, but you’ll notice a change in the design and layout of the site.

Read more about the changes.



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