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“National’s arts, culture and heritage policy is a short-sighted policy that reaffirms the party’s short-sighted view of New Zealand’s creative people and creative industries,” said Associate Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Judith Tizard today.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

A recently-released survey shows that 93% of adult New Zealanders had in the last year engaged in at least one cultural activity.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Associate Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Judith Tizard has praised the J. Paul Getty Trust for awarding $100,000 from the prestigious Getty Grant Program to the Antarctic Heritage Trust.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

The deaths in battle of more than twenty Mâori in 1863 will be marked by the unveiling of a new memorial on Sunday 16 June.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Associate Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Judith Tizard today paid tribute to pre-eminent lexicographer Harry Orsman, editor of the Oxford Dictionary of New Zealand English, who died in Wellington on Monday.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Associate Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Judith Tizard today acknowledged the centenary of the New Zealand Flag, which was first officially recognised by the New Zealand Ensign Act that came into force on 12 June 1902.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Acting Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Judith Tizard today welcomed the commencement of production of another New Zealand feature film, Perfect Strangers. This is the second film project to receive financial support from the New Zealand Film Production Fund.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Auckland Central MP and Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Judith Tizard has welcomed the news that one of Waiheke Island’s largest private properties will be vested into the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

New Zealand Music Month 2002 has been a roaring success for both makers and fans of homegrown music

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Acting Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Judith Tizard today announced the appointment of Barrie Everard to the Chair of the Board of the New Zealand Film Commission and Tainui Stephens and William Somerville as members of the board.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

The government has allocated $100,000 to support preparations for the 50th anniversary celebrations of Sir Edmund Hillary’s historic ascent of Mt Everest next year, and the formation of the Sir Edmund Hillary Trust.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

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

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

The government is to make an extra $1 million per annum available to support authors and literature in New Zealand, Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark and Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Judith Tizard have announced.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Judith Tizard announced today that the government is contributing $15.75 million over six years towards the revitalisation of Canterbury Museum.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

The rebuilding programme that has been taking place in New Zealand’s arts and cultural sector over the past two years has produced better economic returns, higher artistic returns and a wider acceptance of the sector’s social and cultural contribution to New Zealand, says Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Judith Tizard.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Judith Tizard has praised her parliamentary colleagues for their high level of local music knowledge, as revealed in the results of her annual New Zealand Music Quiz today.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

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  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

New Zealand’s burgeoning screen production industry will receive a significant boost with confirmation that The Last Samurai, a major Hollywood movie starring Tom Cruise and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, will commence filming later this year in New Zealand, Japan and the United States.

  • Judith Tizard
  • 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

Associate Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Judith Tizard has announced the appointment of Professor Dame Anne Salmond as Chair of the Board of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Christopher Finlayson
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Auckland Central MP and Associate Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Judith Tizard has welcomed the recent round of Enterprise Awards, which includes an award for a leading fashion design company in Auckland Central

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

Although this is not my first visit to Indonesia, it is my first as Prime Minister of New Zealand. Madame President, I am grateful to you and your government for your hospitality and for all you have done to make my visit here successful.

  • Helen Clark
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage