News and events from our sectors and the Ministry for Culture and Heritage.
Tohu Whenua: Discover The Places That Tell Our Stories
Discover the places that tell our stories. That’s what Tohu Whenua is encouraging New Zealanders to do this summer - West Coast locals and visitors included. That’s because Te Tai Poutini is home to four heritage hot spots that have Tohu Whenua status.
Help Keep Sport “Kiwi” By Taking The 101 - DFSNZ Launches Clean Sport 101
Drug Free Sport New Zealand (DFSNZ) is encouraging club level sports people to “take the 101” and learn how the sports anti-doping rules apply to them.
Challenging times for local media as global digital offerings lure audiences
2020 looks to be the year traditional media audiences are overtaken by digital media audiences, according to NZ On Air’s Where Are The Audiences? 2020 research.
Heritage Toolkit Full Of Success Stories
A toolkit developed by Heritage NZ to provide councils and community stakeholders with information and strategies encouraging the retention, preservation and reuse of heritage buildings has been launched.
Biggest Timeline Of Te Reo Māori History Launched
The most comprehensive timeline of significant events in the history of te reo Māori is now available online, tracing key milestones in the revitalisation of the language.