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The Urban Art Foundation, an organisation committed to making art accessible on streets and in public gateways to enrich New Zealander’s experience of their urban environment, has facilitated an exchange of digitalised paintings and video art between Turku, Finland and Wellington, New Zealand. In Wellington, the International Urban Art... Keep Reading
MedicAlert® Foundation, the registered charity committed to saving lives by providing medical information in emergencies, has appointed two new directors to its Board; Katy Wilkinson and Dr Lallit Rajpal. Keep Reading
Raukawa ki te Tonga AHC Limited (AHC), the commercial and investment arm of Raukawa ki te Tonga Trust (the Trust), has appointed Guy Royal – Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Tamaterā, Pare-Hauraki, Ngā Puhi & Ngāti Hine – to its Board. This follows the recent restructuring of the AHC’s governance from a Board with Executive Directors to a... Keep Reading
Wellington-based medical researchers have received $29,945 in Research For Life’s second funding round for 2019. Three researchers received a total of $20,272 to undertake innovative medical research and six travel grants totalling $9,673 were approved to assist local researchers meet the cost of presenting their research findings at... Keep Reading
Plus4 Insurance Solutions (Plus4), the national insurance advisory and financial services group, today announced that Wellington adviser Calum MacLeod has joined the group. Keep Reading
Raukawa ki te Tonga AHC Limited (AHC), the commercial and investment arm of Raukawa ki te Tonga Charitable Trust (the Trust), has restructured its governance transitioning from a board with executive directors to a non-executive board and a Chief Executive. Raukawa ki te Tonga Charitable Trust was established in 2010 as the Mandated Iwi... Keep Reading
The 2019 Korean Film Festival in Wellington comes with an exceptional opportunity for audiences to enjoy five feature and two short Korean films. Co-organised by the Korean Embassy in Wellington and the Korean Cinerama Trust with support from the Roxy Cinema, the Korean Film Festival runs annually creating cultural exchanges between Korea and New.. Keep Reading
Huakina opens new pathways for prisoners PĀNUI PĀPĀHO MEDIA RELEASE: The Learning Connexion3 October 2019 In te reo Māori, Huakina means “to open”. For prisoners in Aotearoa New Zealand, art can be a means of opening up new forms of expression and a pathway back to a life on the outside. An innovative new exhibition curate... Keep Reading
Shapeshifter, a solo retrospective exhibition by Carmen Brown, will open on Monday 7 October at Pūmanawa Gallery The Arts Centre in Christchurch. Marking Brown’s return to The Arts Centre after an absence of nearly ten years, Shapeshifter presents Brown’s unique way of seeing. It offers to Christchurch a defiant sen... Keep Reading
Pask Winery launches a fresh look this Spring Pask Winery has welcomed a new collection to its stable of wines, called the Instinct range. The Instinct range is designed to be fresh & great tasting wines across a selection of popular New Zealand varieties. Sourcing vibrant parcels of fruit from New Zealand’s greatest wine regions to ma... Keep Reading
This year’s MG Car Club Classic Meeting at Manfeild: Circuit Chris Amon, takes place from Friday, 15 November to Sunday, 17 November and promises the best classic motor racing in New Zealand. The programme of at least 40 races includes the return of the Formula 5000 cars along with Historic Muscle and Saloon Cars, Pre 65 cars, Historic... Keep Reading
The New Zealand Institute of Building (NZIOB) has welcomed the announcement of the second edition of the Government Construction Procurement Guidelines released earlier today by the Minister for Building and Construction, Hon Jenny Salesa, and the Minister for Economic Development, Hon Phil Twyford. The NZIOB says the new Construction... Keep Reading
A theatre project giving a voice to homeless people, a music therapy centre providing life-changing benefits to its clients, an artist who uses his art to engage people in social and environmental issues, a ballet company building new and diverse audiences, and leadership in delivering arts programmes in prisons were recognised tonight at Te... Keep Reading
Following on from the successful first Building Legends workshop series in 2018, the New Zealand Institute of Building (NZIOB) together with building supply merchant Carters, is offering a second Building Legends workshop on the topic of Extension of Time (EoT) Claims. Keep Reading