Funding and advice to earthquake strengthen heritage buildings.
Submit your application by 4 December 2017 to be considered at the next funding panel.
Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
Pukeahu National War Memorial Park commemorates more than 300,000 New Zealanders who served their country and the 30,000 who died.
Christchurch Recovery Strategy
Manatū Taonga – Ministry for Culture & Heritage is working to renew greater Christchurch’s unique identity and its vitality expressed through sport, recreation, art, history, heritage and traditions.
28th (Māori) Battalion company histories
Histories of A, B and D Companies of the 28th Māori Battalion are being undertaken.
Auckland - realising the cultural potential
As New Zealand’s largest city and a key gateway for people, goods and ideas, Auckland exemplifies many of the challenges and opportunities inherent in urban life.
Christchurch: supporting recovery in the local cultural sector
The Ministry is involved in supporting recovery in the Christchurch cultural sector
First World War Centenary Projects
Our historians are developing a series of projects to commemorate the centennial of the First World War.
Landmarks Whenua Tohunga
The stories of Aoteraroa New Zealand weave together places and events, creating a rich tapestry. Rising up from our past, they tell us about ourselves, and help visitors to our country understand who we are.
New Zealand Government Convergence Programme
Growing numbers of digital communications platforms like social media, blogs and websites support fast and easy access to content and services.
Sistema Aotearoa is a programme operating in Otara that uses orchestral music-making as a means of social development.
Te Taiwhakaea: Treaty Settlement Stories
Te Taiwhakaea: Treaty Settlement Stories will produce a comprehensive account of the recent history of Treaty of Waitangi settlements from all perspectives.
Tuia - First Encounters 250
The Tier 1 commemoration for 2019, Tuia - First Encounters 250 will acknowledge the first meetings of Māori and Europeans when James Cook and Tahitian chief and navigator Tupaia arrived in 1769 - a pivotal moment in New Zealand history when two great traditions of voyaging and exploration (Pacific and European) met on and off the coast of Aotearoa New Zealand.
Updated on 18th May 2017