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Museum renovations: Stage 2 continues

Work on next step in the Stage 2 Cultural Facilities Development Project renovations at the Waitaki Museum and Archive/ Te Whare Taoka o Waitaki commences shortly.

Iwi radio unite for regional television news show - on Te Reo

Iwi radio broadcasters from across the central North Island have joined forces to produce a weekly regional news show, AUKAHA, screening on Māori Television’s Te Reo channel every Monday at 7.00 PM.

Film Bay of Plenty locations showreel release

The launch of Film Bay of Plenty’s showreel this month is already exciting international and national film producers and directors intent on finding new film-accessible and friendly locations.

National Contemporary Art Award extended and expanded

The 2021 National Contemporary Art Award at Hamilton’s Waikato Museum has been extended and expanded to make the most of current Covid-19 Alert Levels.

11,000-piece artwork to welcome Te Pae Christchurch visitors

Hana - a new artwork by Lonnie Hutchinson - will soon be installed in the foyer of Te Pae Christchurch, ahead of the Convention Centre’s opening later this year.

Whakamarama history book produced by locals released

It's no small feat to write a history book. But for a small group of Whakamarama locals, after 13 years of research, writing, editing and production, that's exactly what they've done.

2021 Prime Minister's Awards for Literary Achievement: winners announced

A prolific writer for young adults, an award-winning poet and one of New Zealand’s most distinguished historians are being honoured in the 2021 Prime Minister’s Awards for Literary Achievement.

Changes to NZME Executive, Head of Talk Jason Winstanley to lead Radio Division

New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME) has today announced changes to its executive team.

SOUNZ is proud to announce the release of the podcast series He Reo Tawhito

SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music is proud to introduce our podcast series He Reo Tawhito: Conversations about Mōteatea .

David Attenborough and Maisie Williams raise the curtain at COP26

Due to air in January 2022 in the UK, the BBC premiered its new ground-breaking natural history series, billed as ‘Planet Earth from the perspective of plants’, in front of an invited audience at Glasgow’s Pacific Quay IMAX, on the eve of the city hosting COP26.