Skip to main content

News

Start-up makes images from Te Papa’s national art collection available direct to your mobile phone

2017 Nov 01

Te Papa has partnered with Wellington start-up Excio to offer an initial 150 images from the national art collection that will be available to people on their own devices. Excio is an award-winning mo…

Call for Inspiring Explorers to Join Iconic Polar Journey

2017 Nov 01

New Zealand’s Antarctic Heritage Trust is looking for three Kiwis or Australians (aged 20 to 35) who are resilient, able to work in a team, motivated to challenge themselves and have a sense of1humo…

Join the CWGC's global remembrance event on 11 November

2017 Oct 30

The Commission is inviting people around the world to take part in its global remembrance event on 11 November, in memory of our fallen heroes.   For the event, the CWGC has created a new …

Te Pūtake o te Riri successful applications announced

2017 Oct 27

The first successful applications to the inaugural regional Te Pūtake o te Riri Wars and Conflicts in New Zealand commemoration Fund for 2017 have been announced. Te Puni Kōkiri received 16 applicat…

Commemorations to mark 75th anniversary of the Battle of El Alamein

2017 Oct 26

Commemorations to mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of El Alamein will be held at Pukeahu National War Memorial, in Wellington on Friday 27 October. “The service will acknowledge New1Zealand…

New Zealand Wars mini exhibition to open at Te Papa for the inaugural commemorative day

2017 Oct 24

Te Papa marks the first national day of commemoration of the New Zealand Wars, Rā Maumahara, with a new mini exhibition. Rā Maumahara |New Zealand Wars will open on Friday 27 October – a day prior…

Come along to our Public History talk on Wed 01 Nov

2017 Oct 24

Please join us on Wednesday 1 November at 12.15pm to hear Vincent O’Malley discuss his book The Great War for New Zealand The Great War for New Zealand tells the story of the defining conflict in N…

First World War battlefield mystery finally solved

2017 Oct 20

The story so far: In the last days of World War One, the New Zealand Division was involved in the dramatic liberation of the French town Le Quesnoy, which had been in German hands since the beginning1…

New Zealand soldier hopes to return WWI German wallet

2017 Oct 07

It’s just an empty wallet, but for Private Hayden Cullen, of Cambridge, no price could be put on reuniting it with the family of the German officer who saved his great grandfather’s life in the1Fi…

Centenary services in Belgium commemorate Battle of Broodseinde

2017 Oct 05

Two New Zealand services in Belgium have paid tribute to the men who lost their lives 100 years ago in the First World War Battle of Broodseinde. On 4 October, 1917, the New Zealand Division took part…

Articles 10 ‐ 20 of 1325

Pages