The awards, now in their 6th year, continue to impress with the quality of entries. Congratulation to all this year's winners!
Coming up from August 28 - a series of hui covering the NZ Vertical Datum 2016 (NZVD2016).
Sixty-three candidates sat the examination and congratulations go to the candidates that successfully passed.
Surveyors are challenging the measurement technique used to topple Baldwin Street's 'steepest street' world record.
The 2019 entries have now closed and we look forward to the announcement of the finalists. S+SNZ members were well represented amongst the 2018 NZSEA award winners.
The Cadastral Stream has released an update from the Office of the Surveyor-General on the proposed Rules for Cadastral Survey.
This month we congratulate Anselm Haanen, the new Surveyor-General for New Zealand.
In 2017 Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) began a three-year programme of work to improve the accuracy of its cadastral coordinates in urban areas, to better support high-precision cadastral applications.
John Macfarlane and David Robinson were honoured with awards at the Auckland conference dinner in May.
Dr Chris Pearson, who contributed to the re-measurement of the tallest mountain in the world has been invited to celebrate Nepal's Sagarmatha Day in the British Embassy on May 29.
There was no doubting the future focussed theme of this year's conference - Shaping Tomorrow’s Communities - with Google’s Spatial Technologist Ed Parson’s setting the tone from the start.