Public sector agencies

  • EPICNZ Conference - Auckland 30 June 2017

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    The Office of Ethnic Communities will host the 2017 Ethnic People in Commerce (EPIC) NZ Conference in Auckland on:

    Friday 30th June 2017

    SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre
    88 Federal Street
    Auckland 1010

  • Ethnic People in Commerce, New Zealand (EPIC NZ)

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    The Ethnic People in Commerce, New Zealand project (EPIC NZ) started in 2010, focusing on creating international business connections through our existing local diversity.

  • How Language Line works

    Find out how Language Line, the professional telephone interpreting service works for you.

  • Our Languages - Tō Tātou Reo

    Image of globe with Languages on itNew Zealand has three official languages: English, Te Reo Māori and New Zealand Sign Language.  According to Census 2013, English, Te Reo Māori, Samoan and Hindi are the most widely spoken languages in New Zealand.

  • Census 2013

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    First Census 2013 data published, with more to follow over the next 18 months.

    The number of people living in New Zealand on census night 2013 was 4,242,048. This was 214,101 more than at the last census seven years ago.

  • OEC Updates

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    You'll receive details about stories, events and community news by email. This includes our monthly newsletter the OEC Update.

  • Why Use Professional Interpreting?

    Ensure your business is conducted appropriately. Find out about the growth of a global phenomenon, interpreting.

  • I need a translator

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  • Joining Language Line

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  • Booking an interpreter

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    For long appointments or special situations, book a professional telephone interpreter here.