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Looking back at football histories before kickoff

2023 Jul 19

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ is the biggest women’s sporting event in history and, in terms of international audience, the tournament is expected to be the biggest sporting event ever1h…

Matariki traditions embedded atop the maunga and across Aotearoa

2023 Jul 14

Te Rā Aro ki a Matariki, the first distinctly New Zealand public holiday, has dawned across Aotearoa for the second year, with communities across the motu taking part in the1celebrations. “Whil…

Matariki excitement builds

2023 Jul 10

Beehive media release. The second celebration of Matariki as a national public holiday this Friday is being marked by increasing public support for the event, Associate Minister for Arts, Culture1…

Christina Milligan appointed to the NZ On Air Board

2023 Jul 06

Producer, screenwriter and experienced governor Dr Christina Milligan (Ngāti Porou) has been appointed to the Board of NZ On Air for a three-year term. Christina brings a wealth of screen1industr…

Kaine Thompson appointed to the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Board

2023 Jul 04

Kaine Thompson (Ngati Hauā, Tainui) has been appointed to the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO) Board, Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage announced. Kaine brings significant1str…

Fourth round of decisions wraps up $28million Regeneration Fund

2023 Jun 30

Seventeen cultural sector organisations have been successful in the final round of the $28 million Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund. In the fourth and final round of funding decisions, 17 proposa…

Matariki Ahunga Nui funding decisions

2023 Jun 30

Matariki celebrations across Aotearoa will be significantly enhanced with 119 successful applicants for the over $3 million Matariki Ahunga Nui fund.  2023 Matariki Ahunga Nui funding recipient…

Experienced leaders appointed to TVNZ and RNZ Boards

2023 Jun 28

Beehive media release. The Minister for Broadcasting and Media Willie Jackson has appointed a group of experienced and skilled leaders to the boards of RNZ and TVNZ.  “This Government1support…

50 Years Since New Zealand Government’s Pacific Nuclear Protest

2023 Jun 26

This Wednesday marks 50 years since the New Zealand Government sent a frigate to French Polynesia to protest testing of nuclear weapons at Mururoa Atoll.   “On 28 June 1973, HMNZS Otago sailed …

Aotearoa Remembers 70 Years Since Korean War Armistice

2023 Jun 20

The National Commemoration for New Zealand’s Involvement in the Korean War will be held at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park on Sunday 25 June 2023. “We invite those who wish to reflect on1th…

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