Sister Cities – NZ cities and their sisters

New Zealand Ashburton, Canterbury, New Zealand is partnered with: Ashburton, England, United Kingdom Shiozawa-machi, Honshu, Japan Puyang, Henan, China Pulaski, Virginia, United States Auckland, New Zealand is partnered with: Tonga, Pacific Islands Samoa, Pacific Islands Cook Islands, Pacific Islands Nadi, Fiji Pohang, Yeongnam, South Korea Kakogawa-shi, Hyōgo, Japan Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Los Angeles, California, United States Pusan, South Korea Galway, Ireland Hamburg, Germany Tomioka-machi, Honshu, Japan Utsunomiya-shi, Honshu, Japan Shinagawa-ku, Honshu, Japan Fukuoka-shi, Honshu, Japan Qingdao, Shandong, China Ningbo, Zhejiang, China Taichung, , Taiwan Guangzhou, Guangdong, China Buller, West Coast, New Zealand is partnered with: Westport, Connecticut, United States Amagase-machi, Kyushu, Japan Carterton, Wellington, New … Continue reading Sister Cities – NZ cities and their sisters

Past Events

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Sister City relationships

New Zealand’s sister cities are found in the following countries: Australia Belgium Canada China Cook Islands Denmark Fiji France Germany Greece Indonesia Ireland Italy Japan Netherlands Samoa South Korea Spain Tahiti Taiwan Tonga Turkey United Kingdom (England, Scotland) United States    

New Connections

The following are looking for a New Zealand connection, leading to a Sister City relationship. Hwacheon County, Gangwon Province, South Korea Komaki City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan Wujiang, Suzhou, China

Conference

Presentations from the Mayoral Forum and Conference held in Invercargill in May 2017 can be viewed online using the following links. Japanese Local Governments of today – Shigeki Yamada Education New Zealand – Greg Scott Halswell School Hiromi Morris, President Sister Cities New Zealand P Simmonds, Invercargill City Council NZ Immigration – Judi Altinkaya Palmerston … Continue reading Conference

Conference 2017 presentations

Presentations from the Mayoral Forum and Conference held in Invercargill in May 2017 can be viewed online using the following links. Japanese Local Governments of today – Shigeki Yamada Education New Zealand – Greg Scott Halswell School Hiromi Morris, President Sister Cities New Zealand P Simmonds, Invercargill City Council NZ Immigration – Judi Altinkaya Palmerston … Continue reading Conference 2017 presentations