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Social media and broadcasting standards

2017 Jul 25

New Zealanders want broadcasters to ask permission before using their social media content New Zealanders’ attitudes to their personal social media content and their expectations about how1broadcast…

Past Caring? Gender, Work and Emotion - A talk by Professor Barbara Brookes

2017 Jul 24

How do we write a history of caring? This became a central question for Barbara Brookes in writing A History of New Zealand Women. There have been major transitions in the locus of care over time. In1…

New Major Events panel members to expand event acumen

2017 Jul 24

Newly appointed members to the Major Events Investment Panel will widen its breadth of knowledge, particularly in business and events, Economic Development Minister Simon Bridges has1announced.   Th…

Funding for Stewart Island heritage centre

2017 Jul 21

A new purpose-built heritage centre on Stewart Island will receive more than $1 million in Government funding, Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry has announced in Oban today. “I’m v…

Memorial to recognise bonds of war

2017 Jul 21

The bond formed between Belgium and New Zealand during the First World War will be recognised today with two special ceremonies at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park. Outgoing Belgian Ambassador1Jean-…

Funding for Blenheim’s ASB Theatre

2017 Jul 20

The ASB Theatre Complex in Blenheim will receive additional Government funding of $900,000, Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry has announced. “I am pleased to announce the Government1w…

British Memorial Design Revealed

2017 Jul 20

After years of work with Weta Workshop, the British High Commission has revealed the final design of the United Kingdom’s presence in Pukeahu National War Memorial Park. At almost five metres1ta…

$600k investment in international choral festival

2017 Jul 20

The 12th World Symposium on Choral Music will receive investment from the Major Events Development Fund of $600,000 when New Zealand hosts the festival in July 2020. The investment will support the Ne…

Human Traces Selected for Melbourne International Film Festival

2017 Jul 19

Nic Gorman’s debut feature film, Human Traces, will screen at the Melbourne International Film Festival in August.  This will follow the film’s world premiere at the New Zealand International1Fil…

Rotorua cultural group on stage in Korea

2017 Jul 19

Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry say two cultural exchanges between New Zealand and Korea this year will have cultural and economic benefits for both countries. “Rotorua’s Te Arawa…

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