9 September 2015 marks a significant milestone for the monarchy, with Queen Elizabeth II becoming the longest reigning British Monarch, surpassing her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria. To commemorate this historic occasion, New Zealand Post has created a seven stamp issue that looks at the vast span of time that Queen Elizabeth II has reigned as well as creating the world’s first rotating coin.
2015 is the year in which the All Blacks will attempt to reclaim the title of Rugby World Cup champions. To recognise this significant moment in New Zealand’s sporting history, we’ve worked with New Zealand Rugby and its partner, adidas, to bring you a special stamp and coin that epitomises the very essence of being part of the All Blacks - the jersey.
The outdoor summer lifestyle is practically coded into all New Zealander’s DNA, but with an ever increasing risk of melanoma, we must take practical steps to stay sun smart. This year’s Children’s Health stamps take a look at the importance of staying safe in the sun.
New Zealand’s unique geography and location has allowed for some truly beautiful and unique natural wonders to develop over time. These areas are recognised by UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Heritage Sites as locations with cultural and/ or national significance and we celebrate them in this scenic six stamp issue.
From cheese rolls to bacon and egg pie, there are lots of classic Kiwi dishes we all know and love. New Zealand Post has collaborated with New Zealand artist Jason Kelly to create a mouth-watering retro-themed stamp issue titled Kiwi Kitchen that’s sure to inspire.
Seashells are a familiar sight on New Zealand shorelines, so for its next stamp issue, New Zealand Post is taking a look at five species of seashells found in our oceans. New Zealand’s diversity of seashell fauna can be attributed to our isolation and geological history, allowing for over 2,000 native seashell species to thrive in our waters.
New Zealand Post and Australia Post commemorate The Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) in a joint stamp issue. The New Zealand stamps include an 80c stamp and a $2.00 stamp. The stamps issued in Australia carry Australian denominations.