National Services Te Paerangi North Island Museum Development Adviser – Kaiwhanake Whare Taonga, Sally August, provides some guidance about applying for NSTP grants.
New asbestos regulations come into effect on 4 April 2018 under the Health and Safety at Work (Asbestos) Regulations 2016. These regulations are focused on eliminating, and where this is not reasonably practicable, controlling the risks of exposure to asbestos.
The National Library invites you to collaborate with them to add more newspapers to Papers Past.
The Commemorating Waitangi Day Fund is now open for applications for 2017.
We want to know more about visitors to the NZMuseums site, so we can improve it. Fill out our quick survey and you could win a prize!
Applications for the Regional Culture and Heritage Fund are now open, with a focus on capital projects outside the main centres.
A group of secondary school students who used gaming technology to recreate the Anzac experience in Gallipoli have won the ServiceIQ Best Museum Visitor Experience Award 2016.
NZMuseums reached an exciting milestone, with the 40,000th object was uploaded to the site. Read more about it and our plans for an upgrade to the NZMuseums site.
The Office of the Auditor-General has conducted some research into governance in New Zealand’s heritage sector. Read about their research and access a framework for assessing the effectiveness of your organisation’s governance.
Learn about Te Ara Pourewa: Graduate Diploma in Heritage and Museum Studies, offered at EIT from 2016, and developed to increase heritage and museum expertise for the protection, preservation and elevation of taonga Māori.