How to use the Treasury web site's RSS news feeds for alerts to new releases and for searches.
What is an RSS feed?
An RSS feed, or syndicated content, or web feed, is frequently updated content published by a web site. It is usually used for news and blog web sites, but on the Treasury web site we offer it for alerts to new releases of publications or other material on our web site and for searches on keywords entered by site visitors.
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and describes the technology used in creating feeds.
RSS feeds can be identified by the RSS icon You can click on the icon to identify the address of the RSS feed.
What Treasury feeds are available?
RSS Feeds for New Releases
The Treasury's main feed for alerting users to all new content on the Treasury and New Zealand Debt Management Office (NZDMO) web sites:
- News and Updates - http://treasury.govt.nz/feeds/news
- Publications - http://treasury.govt.nz/feeds/publications
- Regulatory Impact Statement releases - http://treasury.govt.nz/feeds/regulatory-impact-statements
- Treasury's dataset releases - http://treasury.govt.nz/feeds/data-charts
What format are the Treasury feeds?
The RSS feeds on the Treasury web site use the RSS 2.0 format.