Suzanne Hansen founded UFO Focus New Zealand Research Network (Ufocus NZ) in 2000 to contribute to the growing public interest in UFO’s and related topics. Ufocus NZ is an independent group of volunteers and does not have a membership.
Suzanne’s 45 years of research and sighting investigations began in 1975, when she experienced a stunning UFO event in Hawkes Bay, and she continued to work independently through the era of the now-famous “Kaikoura Lights” sightings and “Gisborne UFO Flap” of the late 70s. In 1987 Suzanne began working with veteran NZ UFO researcher, the late Harvey Cooke, and in the early 2000s, in association with veteran UFO researcher Bryan Dickeson. She has spoken at international UFO conferences/meetings, and to community groups in NZ since 1997, and networks widely with international UFO groups and individuals.
In 2000, Ufocus NZ was formed with a nationwide volunteer staff with mainly scientific and aviation skills or professions, and the organization has continued to maintain a high interest in aviation UFO sighting reports.
Ufocus NZ has taken part in international documentaries such as 60 Minutes – The Truth is out there, Korean TV, National Geographic’s Invasion Earth, History Channel’s Ancient Aliens etc, as well as radio, TV and print media articles.
Ufocus NZ strives to serve the public and fellow researchers as a research, investigation, information resource (educational), and support network.
Ufocus NZ does not represent and is not affiliated to any religion, belief system or political group. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, gender, creed, religion, age, ancestry, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, or political affiliation.
Ufocus NZ can be contacted by phone, email, Skype, Zoom and Messenger. We are committed to your right to confidentiality and privacy.
All personal information, such as name, postal address, email address, communications (written or verbal) etc. submitted through this website, is strictly confidential, unless you give us permission. Sighting reports posted on our website do not include names or contact details. We do not provide your name or contact details to the media without permission. Information provided by the public through this website may assist us in research, and in disseminating that information to the public in an appropriate manner.