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Poppy in Cinemas from 27 May

2021 May 17

New Zealand Film Commission media release. New Zealand feature film Poppy will release in cinemas across the country at the end of the month. Lead actors Libby Hunsdale - featured on recent1Sund…

Wellington Heritage Week is back for 2021

2021 May 17

Wellington Heritage Week media release. Wellington Heritage Week is back for 2021, and individuals, organisations, and businesses are encouraged to register and apply to host events. Happening fro…

Government recognises David McPhail’s contribution to New Zealand comedy and television

2021 May 14

Beehive Media Release Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Carmel Sepuloni today pays tribute to David Alexander McPhail (11 April 1945 – 14 May 2021) – New Zealand comedian, actor, produce…

Auckland and Northland get sensational NZSO concerts in June

2021 May 13

NZSO media release. The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra brings its hit concerts The Soldier’s Tale and Town and Country to Auckland and Northland in June, along with special daytime events as1par…

Government support boosts Arts and Culture sector

2021 May 11

Beehive Press Release Government support for the cultural sector to help it recover from the impact of COVID-19 has resulted in more cultural sector jobs predicted through to 2026, and the sector …

Aotearoa’s Stories Destined for Global Screens

2021 May 07

NZ Film Commisson Media Release Five successful screen projects have been selected in the first round of the $50 million Te Puna Kairangi Premium Productions for International Audiences1Fund. …

‘Lua Wave’ to future-proof Pasifika Festivals in Aotearoa

2021 May 06

Beehive media release. Pasifika festival organisers will receive additional support to adapt to the COVID-19 environment thanks to the Government’s newly launched ‘Lua Wave’ component of the…

He waiata reo rua - arts agencies come together to support bilingual music

2021 May 04

Creative New Zealand Media Release "This is a powerful way for all of us to access te reo Māori, and in determining our cultural imperative.”- Hinewehi Mohi. Stephen Wainwright (Creative New1…

New Pilot to unlock cultural potential in communities

2021 Apr 30

Beehive Media Release Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Carmel Sepuloni today announced Manatū Taonga (Ministry for Culture and Heritage) is now accepting applications from cultural sector1orga…

Timothy Castle, Robyn Clements and Dillon Boucher appointed to the Drug Free Sport New Zealand Board

2021 Apr 29

Timothy (Tim) Castle has been reappointed as Chair and Robyn Clements and Dillon Boucher MNZM have been appointed as members to the board of Drug Free Sport New Zealand (DFSNZ). Tim Castle’s1rea…

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