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Old St Paul's embarks on ground breaking project

2018 Nov 15

Fundraising for a multi-million-dollar project to strengthen historic Old St Paul’s in central Wellington is underway ahead of its temporary closure next year to allow work to be carried1out. …

Women’s Rugby World Cup hosting rights a win for the local game

2018 Nov 15

New Zealand’s successful bid to host the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup will raise the profile of the game locally and provide a valuable economic boost for the game, Minister for Sport and Recrea…

Pacific Dance NZ announces the choreographers in the Pacific Dance Choreographic Lab 2018

2018 Nov 14

The Choreographers are: Vivian Aue (Auckland), Andy Tilo (Wellington) and Tofifailauga Misa (Wellington). Pacific Dance NZ announces the choreographers in the Pacific Dance Choreographic Lab 20…

NZSO’s ode to joy with Beethoven’s magnificent Ninth Symphony

2018 Nov 14

Four acclaimed singers will join the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in Wellington and Auckland this month to perform one of the greatest symphonies ever written. Beethoven 9 features performances of…

Te Tai Whakaea Treaty Settlement Stories launched in Whakatane

2018 Nov 09

Te Tai Whakaea Treaty Settlement Stories (Te Tai), launched today by the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern, will help us connect with our past and share the multi-faceted…

Complaints to the BSA increase by 54% in the last 12 months

2018 Nov 09

A 54% increase in complaints and 65% increase in enquiries to the BSA in the last year indicate that New Zealanders are engaged with broadcast content and value broadcasting standards highly. In1i…

New Zealand to mark Armistice centenary on Sunday, 11 November

2018 Nov 08

New Zealanders everywhere are invited on Sunday 11 November to commemorate 100 years since the signing of the Armistice that ended the First World War in 1918. He Wawā Waraki: Roaring Chorus 2…

Name change better reflects programme meaning

2018 Nov 06

Tohu Whenua is the new name for a successful programme identifying and celebrating the significant historic and cultural places of Aotearoa. Otago is home to many sites that helped shape the1natio…

Call for National Erebus Memorial designs

2018 Nov 06

Manatū Taonga, the Ministry for Culture and Heritage welcomes expressions of interest from architects, artists, landscape architects and designers, for the National Erebus Memorial planned to mark1…

Formal opening returns timeball to Lyttelton

2018 Nov 02

The timeball’s dropping at exactly 1pm from its new tower overlooking Lyttelton on 2 November celebrates a seven year project Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga has undertaken to return the disti…

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