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Government takes next step to lift artists’ incomes

2023 Mar 31

Beehive media release. The Government is introducing a scheme which will lift incomes for artists, support them beyond the current spike in cost of living and ensure they are properly recognised1f…

Congratulations to Professor Rangi Mātāmua – New Zealander of the Year

2023 Mar 31

Beehive media release. Associate Minister of Arts, Culture and Heritage Willow-Jean Prime has congratulated Professor Rangi Mātāmua (Ngāi Tūhoe) who was last night named the prestigious Te Pou…

Appeal for information: damage to Massey Memorial - Point Halswell, Wellington

2023 Mar 27

Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage has been alerted to an incident of vandalism at Massey Memorial in Wellington. The Massey Memorial is a national monument and commemorates William1Fe…

NZFC Announces New CEO

2023 Mar 20

New Zealand Film Commission media release.  The New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Taima Anne (Annie) Murray (Te Arawa) to the position of Chief1Executi…

Sport NZ announces new governance entity Te Taumata Māori

2023 Mar 17

Sport NZ media release. Sport NZ has today announced the inaugural membership of Te Taumata Māori - an entity that will provide leadership for both Sport NZ Ihi Aotearoa and High Performance1Spor…

Audio Described Aotearoa to train Māori and Pacific audio describers

2023 Mar 10

Arts Access Aotearoa media release. Audio Described Aotearoa’s dream of increasing the number of Māori and Pacific audio describers has taken a step closer to reality, thanks to a grant from1Ma…

Cyclone Gabrielle support

2023 Mar 09

Update 12 April 2023. The State of National Emergency that was declared due to Cyclone Gabrielle has ended. A National Transition Period for the recovery is in place in Northland, Auckland, Waik…

Te Papa celebrates 25 years with new strategy

2023 Feb 13

Te Papa media release. On Tuesday 14 February, Te Papa celebrates 25 years since opening with a new Rautaki | Strategy to take it forward into the future. The museum’s co-leaders, Kaihautū …

Closure of Ombudsman investigation gives confidence in National Erebus Memorial

2023 Feb 10

The Chief Ombudsman has completed his investigation into aspects of the processes and decision-making by Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage in relation to the National Erebus Memorial.…

Manatū Taonga welcomes first Senior Pacific Historian

2023 Feb 10

Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage has appointed Rachel Yates (Vaisala, Savaii) as its first Pou Hītori Moananui-a-Kiwa Senior Pacific Historian. “We are thrilled to welcome1Rache…

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