Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
Pukeahu National War Memorial Park commemorates more than 30,000 New Zealanders who died in conflict and honours all who have served.
The National Anzac Day Services at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park and Atatürk Memorial will not be going ahead this year due to the mass gathering restrictions in place in response to COVID-19. The unveiling of the Pacific Islands Memorial at Pukeahu, planned for 18 April, has also been postponed.
Strong Public Media
Strong public media improves the connection of New Zealanders to their stories and sources of authoritative information.
Christchurch Recovery Strategy
Manatū Taonga – Ministry for Culture & Heritage is working to renew greater Christchurch’s unique identity and its vitality expressed through sport, recreation, art, history, heritage and traditions.
Sustainable cultural sector careers
Our Arts and Media Policy team is investigating a number of policy options to better support people to have sustainable cultural sector careers.
Discover, experience and enjoy the places that have shaped New Zealand and created our stories. Whether you’re a New Zealander or a visitor, you can gain a deeper understanding of who we were and who we are today by visiting Tohu Whenua sites. The Tohu Whenua programme combines culture and heritage with beautiful natural settings.
Te Tai Treaty Settlement Stories
Te Tai Treaty Settlement Stories will produce a comprehensive account of the recent history of Treaty of Waitangi settlements from all perspectives.
Updated on 7th October 2019