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New Trustees Announced at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

2018 Feb 19

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision has announced the appointment of four new members to its Board of Trustees. Te Raumawhitu Kupenga – former lawyer and senior executive Whetu Fala – respected1pr…

Minister Robertson to visit South Korea and Singapore

2018 Feb 19

Minister of Finance, and Sport and Recreation, Grant Robertson, today departs for the Republic of Korea and then Singapore to meet with political and business leaders and to attend the Winter1Olympi…

Treasures from the Vaults reveals freshly-preserved taonga

2018 Feb 16

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision’s new programme, Treasures from the Vaults will provide a unique opportunity to hear directly from the Archive’s experts the stories behind the recent preservation…

Kiwi film retracing Shackleton journey premiers online

2018 Feb 15

A short film, shot by Sir Peter Blake’s son James, that retraces one of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s most perilous and desperate journeys has premiered online today. The Last 36 was filmed by James…

New Great War exhibition opening: Women’s War

2018 Feb 15

Women’s War is a compelling new exhibition portraying how New Zealand Women rallied to face the challenges of the First World War, opening at The Great War Exhibition in Wellington on Friday 231Fe…

Well-known Wellingtonians to narrate Peter and the Wolf for New Zealand Festival in March

2018 Feb 15

Follow Peter as he travels deep into the woods, vanquish your fear, but don’t look behind you ... From David Bowie to Dame Edna Everage, Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf has seen an1eclec…

2018 Prime Minister’s Awards for Literary Achievement: call for nominations

2018 Feb 15

Don’t miss your opportunity to nominate your pick of our finest writers for the 2018 Prime Minister’s Awards for Literary Achievement. Recipients of the 2017 Prime Minister's Awards: Paula …

Entries open for Heritage Awards

2018 Feb 12

Entries are now open for the 2018 Canterbury Heritage Awards. Organisers are encouraging all Canterbury individuals, organisations, and companies involved in heritage restoration, retention, promoti…

Ours: Treasures from Te Papa

2018 Feb 12

A unique creative collaboration between RNZ and Te Papa will mark the museum’s 20th anniversary this week by showcasing an eclectic and surprisingly diverse collection of national1treasures. Fro…

Search for CTO to be widened

2018 Feb 12

The government is to widen the search for New Zealand’s first Chief Technology officer. Broadcasting, Communications, Digital Media and Government Digital Services Minister Clare Curran says she…

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