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NZSO partners with charity for exciting Christmas concerts

2018 Nov 23

Whether it’s experiencing Handel’s glorious oratorio Messiah or the classic It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas New Zealand Symphony Orchestra audiences in December can also help those1i…

Copyright issues to be addressed

2018 Nov 23

Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Hon Kris Faafoi today released an issues paper marking the first stage of public consultation on changes to the Copyright Act 1994, saying all Kiwis should …

125 Fund Recipients Announced

2018 Nov 21

At the recent Screen Production and Development Association (SPADA) Conference held in Wellington, New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) CEO, Annabelle Sheehan announced funding of three feature films1…

Auckland site approved for National Erebus Memorial

2018 Nov 21

The Waitematā Local Board has given support to the construction of the National Erebus Memorial at Auckland’s Dove-Myer Robinson Park / Taurarua Pā, commonly known as the Parnell Rose1Gardens. …

Telling Te Tiriti o Waitangi’s untold stories

2018 Nov 20

Aotearoa’s Treaty Settlement stories need to be told, recognised and remembered, says Minister of Arts, Culture and Heritage Jacinda Ardern. Jacinda Arden at the launch of Te Tai in1Whakatān…

Te Waka Toi Awards celebrate and recognise excellence and achievement in Māori art

2018 Nov 19

Marilynn Webb ONZM, one of this country’s most distinguished and influential artists, tonight received Te Tohu Aroha mō Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu, the Supreme Award for excellence and1ac…

Auckland site proposed for National Erebus Memorial

2018 Nov 16

Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage will be putting forward a proposal to the Waitemata Local Board for the National Erebus Memorial to be constructed at Dove-Myer Robinson Park /1Taura…

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…

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