Skip to main content

Ngā pānui tawhito

Lotteries fund for RWC

2010 Jul 30

Public events as part of next year's nationwide Rugby World Cup festival will be supported by a new $9.5 million lotteries fund, Rugby World Cup Minister Murray McCully and Internal Affairs Minister…

Major new feature on Waikato region in Te Ara – Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2010 Jul 21

A significant new feature on the Waikato region will be launched at the Waikato Museum on 31 May. Written by Te Ara Managing Editor Nancy Swarbrick, who grew up in Hamilton, this exhaustive entry cove…

$6 million for Hawke's Bay Museum and Art Gallery

2010 Jul 20

The Hawke's Bay Museum and Art Gallery will receive a Government grant of $6 million for its redevelopment project, Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Christopher Finlayson announced1today. "…

Rewi Alley series to premiere in China

2010 Jul 07

A television series celebrating the life of an extraordinary New Zealander, will premiere in China on Friday to coincide with New Zealand Day at the Shanghai World Expo. The series on Rewi Alley1wil…

Appointments to Creative New Zealand Arts Board

2010 Jul 07

Artist and advocate Anne Rush and the former chair of the Whitirea Community Law Centre Jocelyn Afford have been appointed as members of the Creative New Zealand Arts Board, and current chair of the…

$6 million for Hawke's Bay Museum and Art Gallery

2010 Jul 02

The Hawke's Bay Museum and Art Gallery will receive a Government grant of $6 million for its redevelopment project, Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Christopher Finlayson announced1today. "…

Sir Peter Jackson review of Film Commision welcomed

2010 Jul 01

Arts Culture and Heritage Minister Christopher Finlayson has received the final report of award winning director and producer Sir Peter Jackson and film academic David Court, reviewing the New1Zeala…

Keynote speech to CNZ New Zealand Conference (21 Jun 2010)

2010 Jun 21

Speech by Minister Finlayson. Welcome to this conference. To those of you from overseas, it is good to have you with us. The Arts Council has organised a very good programme. Today's sessions have1bee…

Peace celebrations

2010 Jun 18

A neglected part of New Zealand's First World War story, the elaborate peace celebrations held in July 1919, is now being told on Ministry for Culture and Heritage website www.nzhistory.net.nz 'In…

Major new feature on Waikato region in Te Ara – Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2010 May 28

A significant new feature on the Waikato region will be launched at the Waikato Museum on 31 May. Written by Te Ara Managing Editor Nancy Swarbrick, who grew up in Hamilton, this exhaustive entry …

Articles 3320 ‐ 3330 of 3385

Pages