The British prime minister’s special adviser on the First World War centenary, Dr Andrew Murrison, visited New Zealand in October.
In this update: discussions in Europe, new publications and resources, a new funding source, and announcement of dates for major ceremonial events.
Dates for key New Zealand domestic and overseas commemorative and ceremonial events which will be be marked during the First World War centenary from 2014 to 2018 have been announced by Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Christopher Finlayson.
Creative New Zealand is offering funding to commission First World War centenary arts projects of high artistic merit.
Ministry for Culture and Heritage war historian Ian McGibbon leaves shortly for Turkey to take part in the fourth field session of the Joint Historical and Archaeological Survey of the Anzac Battlefield.
A fresh look at data at the back of a history book has answered a question New Zealand historians have pondered for years.
Memorabilia from the First World War held at Archives New Zealand and the National Library will soon be available to view online.
Ticketek Pty Ltd has been engaged as part of an open tender process to provide ballot and ticketing services for Anzac Day commemorations at Gallipoli in 2015.
A one month project will commence on 30 September 2013 to undertake maintenance of the Chunuk Bair (New Zealand) Memorial in Gallipoli, Turkey.
We are looking for an experienced Sponsorship Manager to join the World War Centenary Programme Office. Applications now closed.
We are looking for two exceptional and high performing Project Managers to join the First World War Centenary Programme Office. Applications now closed.
We are looking for an experienced and high performing Senior Communications Adviser to join the First World War Centenary Programme Office. Applications now closed.