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Tackling social issues and stories of inspiration key themes of latest Factual funded content

2022 Dec 02

NZ On Air media release. Stories of inspiration and overcoming the odds, plus observational and investigative projects that tackle complex societal issues are among the $5.4m of successful Factual…

New insights for NZ media platforms and content creators trying to reach young New Zealanders

2022 Nov 29

NZ On Air media release. The challenges of reaching New Zealand youth with local content have been laid out in comprehensive new research into what media they’re consuming and why. NZ On1Air�…

Govt keeps AM on the air in Northland

2022 Nov 28

Beehive media release Minister of Broadcasting and Media Willie Jackson and Minister for Emergency Management Kieran McAnulty today announced a $1.48 million package to fund the repair and replace…

From Women's Football to Chinese Restaurants, History Grants Shine a Light on Untold Stories of Aotearoa

2022 Nov 24

Recipients of this year’s Whiria Te Mahara New Zealand History Grants will give voice to a diverse range of Aotearoa stories. A history of Chinese restaurants in Aotearoa and their place as1loca…

New appointments to the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa

2022 Nov 21

Helen Klisser During and Puamiria Parata-Goodall (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Māmoe, Waitaha and Ngāti Kahungunu) have been appointed to the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa (Creative New1Zealand�…

Funding for motherhood anthology series and inaugural Matariki children’s project

2022 Nov 21

NZ On Air media release. Irirangi Te Motu|NZ On Air and Te Māngai Pāho have announced funding for a new motherhood anthology series and landmark Matariki children’s project. The motherhood1a…

Black Ferns to be celebrated at Parliament

2022 Nov 21

Beehive media release. A public event and celebration will be held on Parliament’s lawn on December 13 to celebrate our Rugby World Cup winning Black Ferns. “The Black Ferns’ triumph at Ed…

Aotearoa Remembers 75 Years Since Ballantynes Fire

2022 Nov 16

This Friday 18 November marks the 75th anniversary of the fire at Ballantynes department store that resulted in the tragic loss of 41 lives. Kei ngā mate, koutou i riro i te parekura nui - e tang…

Long-Term Insights Briefing: public consultation opens

2022 Nov 10

Consultation on the inaugural Long-Term Insights Briefing for the cultural sector is now open to the public until Sunday 27 November. These briefings are a relatively new requirement for all1centr…

He Hononga Taonga, He Hononga Tīpuna Third Video Released

2022 Nov 09

He hononga Tiriti – Ka mahi ngātahi a Te Manatū Taonga ki te taha o te iwi me te hapū hei manaaki hei tiaki i ngā taonga tuku iho. Today we are pleased to launch the third video in the1serie…

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