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New Zealand and Japan mark 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations

The bilateral diplomatic relationship between Japan and New Zealand commenced on 28 April 1952 with the entering into force of the San Francisco Peace Treaty. The New Zealand Embassy in Japan was New Zealand’s first diplomatic mission in Asia, and was closely followed by the establishment of the Japanese Embassy in New Zealand.

Toyota New Zealand: Driving toward a cleaner and greener tomorrow

For over three decades, Toyota New Zealand has been at the forefront of the country’s automotive sector — in the sales arena, initially, and eventually in the development of new technologies to help mitigate the effects of climate change.

Nelson Pine Industries: Rooted in tradition, building on technology

Quality and reliability have enabled Nelson Pine Industries Ltd. to carve out a notch in the industry as a world-renowned manufacturer of sustainably sourced, technologically advanced wood products.

Barfoot & Thompson: Cornering the N.Z. real estate market since 1923

Location: the undeniable crux of the real estate industry. But, navigating the realty sector can be daunting — this is where expertise and experience come in. With almost 100 years in the realty arena, Barfoot & Thompson knows the ins and outs of the business.

Panasonic Homes: Soon to be New Zealand’s newest home building materials supplier

As a group company of Prime Life Technologies Corp. (established by Panasonic Corp. and Toyota Motor Corp.), Panasonic Homes focuses on integrating lifestyle and...

Toyota: Winning the hearts of New Zealanders

Neeraj Lala, who took the helm as the CEO of Toyota New Zealand last year amid the uncertainty of a global pandemic, has set...

New Zealand and Japan Going on 70 years

In November 2020, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern held a telephone talk, during which they reaffirmed their commitment to further strengthening the Strategic Cooperative Partnership, founded on common values and a strong commitment to peace and security, free trade and investment and sustainable development.

Nelson Pine Industries grows happiness from trees

As a wholly owned subsidiary of Japan’s Sumitomo Forestry Co., one of the world’s largest forestry companies, NPIL produces GoldenEdge medium density fibreboard and...

N.Z. blackcurrant: The king of berries

Records of the National Library of Medicine database at the United States National Institutes of Health prove this.“While New Zealand accounts for only 4%...

Nelson Pine Industries: Nurturing success

Nelson Pine Industries Ltd. (NPIL) is a true New Zealand-Japan success story. Located in Nelson on the northern shores of New Zealand’s South Island, NPIL processes Radiata Pine, a large softwood, from the Nelson- Marlborough region.

Toyota: New Zealand’s favorite automotive brand

Toyota Motor Corp. is the global leader in automotive sales. In the New Zealand market, the same holds true and this year marks Toyota’s 31st consecutive year as market leader.

Suzuki: A way of life in New Zealand

Japanese cars, motorcycles and outboard marine engines can be found throughout New Zealand’s beautiful cities, towns, off-road tracks, lakes and rivers. Suzuki New Zealand Ltd. is active in all three segments and continues to build on its reputation across the country.