Details on the RNZ website here, but some highlight:

The minister, who has been in the role for less than four months, said the Skilled Migrant Category (SMC) visa would reopen under current settings while consultation was under way and the system was set up.
The first selection will take place on 9 November for migrants with 160 points, with the points requirement then rising to 180.

And:

The Parent Category Visa would also reopen from 14 November for people who already have expressions of interest in the queue.
A ballot for new expressions of interest will begin from 12 October, with the first selection taking place in August 2023.
The number of these visas granted each year would increase from 1000 to 2500, with a lower income threshold of 1.5x the median wage for one sponsor supporting one parent, and 2x the median wage for joint sponsors.