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‘Get quacking’ – with less than a month to go
Decisions on review of goods clearance fees
Clarifying statement – Trio charged over Australia’s largest onshore ice seizure
Christmas comes alive on Riverside
Have a very merry time at Christmas Fair
Christmas comes to CBD
HMRC tips on avoiding Self Assessment tax scams
Bilingual – Sky’s limit for street-style performers
Tourism gets a boost with Korean eGates expansion
Government busts Customs congestion as Kiwi exporters go air freight express
Get your ducks in a row, with 100 days to go
Sky’s limit for street-style performers
Customs collects more than $15 Bn for crown in past year
Treasury publishes Isle of Man VAT review
Customs processes and risk assesses a record 14.46 million international passengers
Waste businesses encouraged to sign up for ‘Brexit ready’ events
HMRC accelerates 95,000 firms onto simplified import procedures
Statement from ONDCP Announcing Director Jim Carroll’s Upcoming Travel to China with Heads of CBP, USPIS
NZ police and services dogs compete for national honours
EGates open to Japanese travellers
Sir Amyas Morse to lead independent review of Loan Charge
Customs processes record number of import/export transactions
Chancellor accelerates Brexit preparations for businesses
Bright future for Rockhampton’s Riverfront
Memories of Sydney’s past resurface
Event marks 100 days until CIIE
Review of goods clearance fees
Customs seizes more than a tonne of drugs in six months – preventing $1 billion of harm
Renew your tax credits – it’s too important to forget
Boeing Introduces Jeppesen Mobile QuickClear Application for Pilots
Council approves financial support for MOVE
Competition rules must continue to evolve with emergence of digital platforms
Sir Jonathan Thompson to step down as HMRC Chief Executive in Autumn
Undervalued boats cost importers almost $2 million
UK House Price Index for May 2019
New digital service to make business easy
Officer Induction training program Ceremony and CBSA College
Businesses are being urged to register for Making Tax Digital before August
Travelling child sex offender jailed
Thousands of Border Force seizures in international operation against wildlife crime
Turks and Caicos post-cabinet meeting statement 3 July 2019
Two men arrested in Tauranga for 25 kgs of ephedrine
Hamilton man arrested for child sexual abuse publications
Strengthening Australia’s Customs service
New laws to combat illicit tobacco imports
Customs arrangements with Singapore and Canada to benefit New Zealand traders
CBSA offers behind scenes look at Toronto Pearson operations and travel advice for summer
Fairer tax measures pass into law