Ambassador Brown and Gail Brown attend the Titahi Bay US Memorial Unveiling

On 3 October 2020, U.S. Ambassador Scott Brown and Mrs Brown had the privilege to join Simon Strombomand, President of the Titahi Bay Royal New Zealand Returned and Services’ Association (RSA), and RSA members at a dedication ceremony at the Titahi Bay Cenotaph to unveil plaques in honor of the 1500 US Marines who lived and trained in Titahi Bay before departing to take part ...
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What’s Chargé d’Affaires Candy Green been up to in April?

By Public Affairs staff, U.S. Embassy Wellington. Chargé d’Affaires Candy Green has spent the last months eagerly engaging with the Kiwi public and deepening our friendships with New Zealand partners.  She was pleased to welcome two U.S. speakers to the 2017 Green Property Summit, New Zealand’s foremost forum to discuss smart cities of the future. ...
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U.S. Marines’ support on Poppy Day Appeal

By Public Affairs staff, U.S. Embassy, Wellington. The United States Marine Corps stood side by side with the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) personnel and Royal New Zealand Returned and Services’ Association (RSA) in Wellington and Christchurch in the annual Poppy Day Appeal. This is the tenth year that U.S. Marines have assisted with the ...
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