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New Zealand Barbarians National 1st XV Championship (Top Four) update

2017 Aug 31

In light of the increased publicity around testing at the National 1st XV Rugby Tournament in Palmerston North in the second weekend of September, we have set out below some background to the process …

Come along to our Public History talk on Wed 06 Sep

2017 Aug 30

Join us for our next Public History talk taking place at 12.15pm on Wednesday 06 September at the National Library of New Zealand. The Broken Decade:  Prosperity, depression and recovery in New Zeala…

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision Launches New Online Exhibition

2017 Aug 29

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision has announced the launch of the first of four new online exhibitions –Te Pūtaketanga o Ngā Taonga Kōrero. The exhibitions are designed to showcase the many1outstand…

Christchurch Arts Festival Opens This Week

2017 Aug 28

Christchurch Arts Festival opens this week with more than 50 shows spread over 19 days and including the biggest international line-up seen in the city for many years. Festival director Craig Cooper s…

Te Waka Toi Awards celebrate and recognise excellence in Māori art

2017 Aug 26

Some of the country’s most talented artists, advocates and community leaders were celebrated tonight in recognition of outstanding achievement, leadership and excellence at the Te Waka Toi Awards 20…

Top winter sports competition opens in NZ

2017 Aug 25

Economic Development Minister Simon Bridges and Sport and Recreation Minister Jonathan Coleman welcome the fifth Audi quattro Winter Games New Zealand, which officially opens tonight at Coronet1Peak.…

$500,000 to support Winter Olympian hopefuls

2017 Aug 25

Sport and Recreation Minister Jonathan Coleman has announced $500,000 to enhance Snow Sports New Zealand’s high performance training facilities. “With the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games jus…

Māori Battalion D Company story to be told

2017 Aug 24

Research to bring to life the story of D Company’s important role in the Second World War gets underway in earnest on Saturday with a launch at the 28 (Māori) Battalion Hall in Palmerston1North. …

Waru to Open imagineNATIVE

2017 Aug 24

Waru has been selected to open the 2017 imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival, the world’s largest presenter of indigenous screen content. Waru, produced by Kerry Warkia and Kiel McNaughton, is…

Dean Whiting appointed to NZ Arts Council

2017 Aug 24

Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry has appointed Wellingtonian Dean Whiting of Te Whanau a Apanui descent to the Arts Council of New Zealand. “Dean’s significant knowledge of te ao1M…

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