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million per annum available to support authors and literature in New Zealand.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

The Prime Minister today set out further government initiatives to mark the Golden Jubilee of the Queen’s Accession to the Throne.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark announced today that the government is contributing $26.5 million over five years towards the development of ‘world class’ facilities at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark announced today that the government is contributing $26.5 million over five years towards the development of ‘world class’ facilities at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage, Helen Clark, today launched a campaign to preserve diaries, letters, photographs and other material from New Zealanders’ war experiences.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

The newly published guide to New Zealand battlefields in France and Belgium would prove an invaluable guide for visitors to a region where New Zealanders played a significant military role in World War One, Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark said today.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark today welcomed the announcement that the first film produced out of the Film Production Fund will be Whale Rider, based on the novel by acclaimed New Zealand writer Witi Ihimaera.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark today announced the appointment of Colonel Andrew Renton-Green as chair of the National War Memorial Advisory Council

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Recording an oral history of prisoners of war will ensure that an important but relatively neglected aspect of New Zealand's wartime experience is preserved for future generations, Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark said today.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark today announced the appointment of Peter Hubscher and Jo-Anne La Grouw to the Board of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark announced today the appointment of new members to the council and the arts boards of Creative New Zealand.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark today announced the reappointment of Barrie Everard to the NZ Film Commission for a further one year term, and the appointment of Lisa Chatfield, Bob Harvey and James Wallace as new members of the Commission for terms of office of three years each.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark announced today that the remarkable Ned Kelly series of paintings by Australian artist Sidney Nolan will be exhibited by Wellington's City Gallery next year as part of the New Zealand Festival.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister Helen Clark and Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Judith Tizard today expressed their sadness at the death of Sheilah Winn, and paid tribute to her longstanding patronage of the arts in New Zealand.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark and Associate Minister Judith Tizard today released details of the government's regional museums policy for capital construction projects.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

The government has decided to transfer 59 major works of art presently held by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade to New Zealand public art galleries and museums.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

The Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage, Helen Clark, today unveiled a programme to help regional museums house collections of national significance adequately.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage, Helen Clark, today unveiled a programme to help regional museums house collections of national significance adequately.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Russell Crowe's achievement in winning the coveted Best Actor award at this year's Academy Awards was truly outstanding, Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark said today.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark said today that the national art collection at Te Papa will be given new emphasis following a review of the national museum and gallery commissioned by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister Helen Clark today presented a cheque for $2 million to members of the newly-established Music Industry Commission at its inaugural meeting in Auckland.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark announced today that Te Papa's funding was increasing by $11 million a year - $2 million per annum for its operations and $9 million per annum as a capital contribution.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark announced today that the government would contribute $6.474 million towards the new Christchurch Art Gallery.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark announced today that Creative New Zealand would receive an extra $20 million this financial year to allow it to enter into longer term funding arrangements with major arts organisations over the next three years.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage