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$8.5m investment in ambitious new content for tamariki

2023 Jun 02

NZ On Air media release. NZ On Air is investing $8.5m in six captivating new series specifically designed to engage our youngest viewers, both locally and internationally. This second1children�…

Another round of support for our public arts and heritage spaces

2023 Jun 01

Round 8 of the Regional Culture and Heritage Fund (RCHF) has opened for applications, and will close at 5pm on Friday 30 June 2023, Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Willow-Jean1Pri…

Supporting a strong future for screen sector

2023 May 30

Beehive media release. 5 percent uplift clearer and simpler to navigate  Domestic productions can access more funding sources 20 percent rebate confirmed for post-production, digital and1…

Third Regeneration Fund decisions to support key cultural infrastructure

2023 May 29

More than forty cultural sector initiatives have been announced today as the latest recipients of the Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund, giving them the backing they need to make a lasting impact1fo…

Creative New Zealand and NZ On Air creative professionals research released

2023 May 23

Creative NZ/NZ On Air media release. Creative professionals are still earning considerably less than other New Zealand wage earners. Research just released shows that New Zealand’s creative1pr…

More students to benefit from next round of Creatives in Schools

2023 May 23

Beehive media release. Applications for the next round of Creatives in Schools will open on Friday 16 June 2023, Minister of Education Jan Tinetti and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Carme…

Budget 2023 provides significant investment in kapa haka

2023 May 22

Beehive media release. The Government’s continued recognition of and support for the important place Kapa Haka has in Aotearoa was evident today at a celebration at Te Wharekura o1Kirikiriroa…

Crustacean celebrities of Aotearoa New Zealand on display at Te Papa

2023 May 18

Te Papa media release. Crabs, shrimps, lobsters, barnacles, slaters and other crustaceans are the stars of a new mini exhibition presented by NIWA and Te Papa. Opening 22 May, Mawhiti Tino1Rawe…

Māori Budget continues investment in whānau, whare and whakapapa

2023 May 18

Beehive media release. Extra funding to build and repair more homes Boost for Te Matatini and ensuring Matariki is funded into the future More funding for Whānau Ora to provide more1servi…

Govt investment in arts delivers strong economic results

2023 May 16

Beehive media release. cultural sector employment grew by 4.2% in the 12 months to March 2022 cultural sector businesses nationally grew by 8.2% to March 2022 strong cultural sector GDP co…

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