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- NZSO records The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
NZSO records The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
New Zealand’s national orchestra has recorded the soundtrack for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies the third film in Sir Peter Jackson’s acclaimed The Hobbit Trilogy, in Wellington’s Town Hall. The film, was released in New Zealand on 11 December 2014.
Arts and Culture Recovery Programme for Greater Christchurch
Since the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011, the Ministry has been coordinating cultural recovery across government and in the Christchurch community. The Arts and Culture Recovery Programme for Greater Christchurch is a key component of this work.
Explore Kemp House garden at your own pace
Visitors to Kerikeri’s Kemp House and Stone Store can now explore its Garden of National Significance at their own pace. A new self-guided garden tour of the Kerikeri Mission Station has been launched in anticipation of the upcoming summer tourist season.
2015 marks the 175th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. In conjunction with other government agencies, our Ministry is part of the Waitangi 175 working group which has been formed to coordinate planning and initiatives across the Government for this event of national significance.
Air New Zealand 75 Years at Te Papa
Check in for a journey back in time – and into the future – with Air New Zealand. On 30 April 1940, a flight from Auckland to Sydney marked the first scheduled air link between New Zealand and the rest of the world.
Path to Nationhood history app launched
See history through new eyes. Download any of the six free Path to Nationhood tours for iPhones and iPads and experience the heart and soul of early New Zealand’s Northland, where Māori and Pākehā first met.
Honouring and remembering - Anzac Girls
There are a number of other upcoming NZ On Air-funded projects that will tell the stories of honour and sacrifice of those who fought in World War I. These programmes will give New Zealander’s an opportunity to better understand our past and how it still shapes us today
New research into Katherine Mansfield’s life benefits from NZHRT award
The impact of Katherine Mansfield’s formative Wellington years is the focus for new research by historian and author Redmer Yska who is this year’s major recipient of a New Zealand History Research Trust Fund (NZHRT) Award in History administered by the Ministry.
Te Auaha tikanga, te whakapūmau taonga tuku iho
Ka whakapau kaha te Manatū Taonga ki te whakarangatira i te oranga o ngā tāngata katoa o Aotearoa mā te tautoko i tō tātou tikanga hurihuri me te whakapūmau i ō tātou taonga tuku iho.
He maha ngā rōpū e tautokohia ana e mātou ahakoa ko te mahi toi, te pāpaho, te hākinakina rānei. Ka tohutohu mātou i te kāwanatanga e pā ana ki te tikanga, ā, ka tautoko i te hapori mā te rangahau, mā te hoatu pūtea hoki. Ko ngā rōpū ka tautokohia e mātou ki te tahua, ka mahi i ngā mahi-ā-tikanga hei painga mā te katoa.
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- Te Hōtaka whakahangahanga tikanga mō te ao
- He tirohanga whānui mō te Wāhanga tikanga
- Ngā haerenga me ngā whakaaturanga-ā-motu
- He raihana pāhotanga reo irirangi arumoni kore
- Ā mātou kaupapa
- Ā mātou pae tukutuku
- Rā Maumahara ki nga hoia o Aotearoa me Ahitereiria
- Te tohu pakanga
- Ngā whakamaharatanga me ngā huritau
- Ngā Haki
- Ngā whakamaharatanga-ā-motu me ngā poka pakanga
- Te Maharatanga Pakanga o te Motu
- Te 150 tau o Te Pakanga o Waikato
- Ngā taonga rāhui
- Ngā tikanga mō Royal
- Te whakahaere tika
- Ngā Whakahaere Taonga Tūturu
- Waitangi 175