Jun 082015

What could be more Kiwi than a spot of cricket (apart from some Rugby of course)? Especially with our team firing on all cylinders.

A new social cricket league is being created in NYC and they are looking for anyone interested in joining. Please feel free to pass on. Perhaps a Kiwi team could enter? They’re going to try to get some people to enter teams from other cricket-playing nations too….

This is a special short-format game, so there’s no standing around for all day on a Sunday. Two hour games that happen on weeknights, you can squeeze a game in after work.

For more info visit their website at www.lastmanstands.com/new-york or email questions to Josh <newyork@lastmanstands.com>


Feb 122014

Little Airplane Productions here in New York City.

We are making a new children’s animated TV series that has an episode that takes place in New Zealand and I am looking for boys, girls and adults who hail from New Zealand to voice some of our characters.  The show is non-union and the jobs are paid.  No acting experience necessary.

I am looking only for children – boys and girls in the 6-13 year age range who can speak with even a slight NZ accent.

Please contact  fred@littleairplane.com.

 Posted by at 1:11 pm
Aug 162013


The ANZA Technology Network (ANZA Tech.Net.) is a non-profit organization based in San Francisco
Chicago (ANZA Chamber Commerce)
New England (ANZA Chamber Commerce)
San Diego Kiwi Club
Kiwi Club in Switzerland
Atlanta Kiwi club
San Francisco Kiwi club
Seattle Kiwi club
Kiwis in Montreal (Kiwi club)
Down Under Club of Winnipeg (Kiwi club)
Kiwi Club in Los Angeles
Southern Cross Club – Washington DC

Kiwi Club Sweden

 Posted by at 9:43 pm
Nov 172012

Kea New York was launched in October 2004, and serves a growing network in the Greater New York Metropolitan area, including New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut.

We hold regular events in New York City, covering a range of sectors including financial services, media and entertainment, healthcare and technology connecting Kiwi expats and ‘friends of New Zealand’ to build their contacts, enable networking and leverage business opportunities.

We provide a focal point for NY based Kiwis and Kiwi businesses and act as a conduit for New Yorkers and their dealings with New Zealand.

Contact Phil Veal at newyork@keanewzealand.com.

Visit the KEA site

 Posted by at 12:47 pm