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Airport baggage handlers arrested for drugs smuggling
21 Nov 2022   /

Airport baggage handlers arrested for drugs smuggling

The men attempted to smuggle 4.6 kilograms of methamphetamine through New Zealand’s border.


Feedback sought on digital arrival cards, border management
11 Nov 2022   /

Feedback sought on digital arrival cards, border management

The Foreign Affairs Defence and Trade Committee is seeking public feedback on the digitisation of paper arrival cards and other requirements related to border management matters.


New digital arrival card will help tourism – govt
9 Nov 2022   /

New digital arrival card will help tourism – govt

Customs Minister Meka Whaitiri says the online data collection will allow visitors to move seamlessly through the arrivals process.


Trial of new NZ Traveller Declaration to start early 2023
25 Oct 2022   /

Trial of new NZ Traveller Declaration to start early 2023

The government will start piloting a revamped online New Zealand Traveller Declaration in early 2023, with a view to it replacing the paper arrival card by June next year.


Agencies mull hefty border levy increases on travellers
9 Jun 2021   /

Agencies mull hefty border levy increases on travellers

TIA says now is not the time to increase border levies on travellers.


Customs launches crime-busting border campaign
30 Mar 2021   /

Customs launches crime-busting border campaign

NZ Customs wants you! To report on suspicious activities at beaches, marinas, ports and freight areas.


NZ Customs reviews Ruby Princess report for Napier inquiry
19 Aug 2020   /

NZ Customs reviews Ruby Princess report for Napier inquiry

NZ Customs is reviewing the New South Wales Special Commission of Inquiry into the Ruby Princess.


Man arrested at Auckland Airport with objectionable material on mobile
17 Jan 2020   /

Man arrested at Auckland Airport with objectionable material on mobile

A 40-year-old man has appeared in the Manukau District Court after customs investigators at Auckland Airport found child sexual abuse images and videos on his phone.


eGates open to South Korean travellers
31 Oct 2019   /

eGates open to South Korean travellers

South Korea has been added to the list of eligible visitor countries able to take advantage of eGate access when arriving into the country.


eGates open to Japanese travellers
20 Sep 2019   /

eGates open to Japanese travellers

Japan has been added to the list of visitor countries eligible to use eGate access when arriving in New Zealand.


Customs ditches enroute processing for cruise passengers
8 Nov 2018   /

Customs ditches enroute processing for cruise passengers

Customs has removed enroute processing and reduced the arrival processing time for cruise ship passengers travelling from Australia to New Zealand.


Customs: Record summer at international airports
28 Feb 2018  

Customs: Record summer at international airports

Customs processed nearly three-and-a-half million passengers through eGate facilities and counters at airports in a record summer operation.


Customs, MPI to cut border levy citing booming tourism
2 Feb 2018   / /

Customs, MPI to cut border levy citing booming tourism

Customs NZ and the Ministry of Primary Industries are planning to slash the Border Clearance Levy citing the country’s booming tourism sector.


e-Gates open to more nationalities this summer
18 Dec 2017  

e-Gates open to more nationalities this summer

Travellers from France, Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands now have the green light to use the Customs eGates (formerly known as SmartGate) from today.


Biosecurity x-ray trial targets hand baggage
14 Nov 2017  

Biosecurity x-ray trial targets hand baggage

A new biosecurity x-ray machine targeting hand baggage carried by international air passengers will be trialled at Auckland Airport this summer.