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Great War Exhibition temporary exhibition shows the effect of WWI on the injured
Eye of the Fish reviews He Tohu
Exhibition displaying the country's most important documents opens in Wellington
Official He Tohu opening ceremony photos
He Tohu: A new home for New Zealand's iconic documents
Better than a tent: Kapiti WWII American marine's hut restored in time for memorial day
WWII Marines Hut Returning Home
Watch the inspiring stories of refugee women living in New Zealand – and find out how to help
RadioActive Interviews: Together We Make A Nation
Sarah Court reviews the Museum of Siam - a Story Inc project - in the Winter 2016 edition of the Interpretation Journal by the Association for Heritage Interpretation.
CAPITAL’S 150TH BIRTHDAY DRAWS THOUSANDS OF WELLINGTONIANS OUT TO PARTY
MY SECRET WELLINGTON – JAMES MCLEAN, THE BRAINS BEHIND A LIGHT AND SOUND SHOW AT PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS
THE UNTOLD STORY A WAIKATO WAR WIDOW.
WAIKATO MUSEUM’S WORLD WAR I EXHIBITION HONOURS THE FALLEN.
WAIKATO MUSEUM’S INTIMATE TRIBUTE TO WORLD WAR I SOLDIERS
GOVERNOR-GENERAL SIR PETER COSGROVE UNVEILS NEW-LOOK TJAPUKAI CENTRE
TJAPUKAI’S NEW BEGINNING
TJAPUKAI CULTURAL PARK UPGRADE REVEALS MORE NEAR CAIRNS
ka mate Exhibition will teach you how to haka
Te ahu centre takes shape
ROTORUA MUSEUM’S NEW WING PROVES A HIT