We're looking for an experienced and high performing Executive Assistant to support the Director of the First World War Centenary Programme and provide business support to the Programme Office for 25 hours per week. Applications now closed.
The governments of Australia and New Zealand are seeking to engage an experienced company to provide ballot and ticketing services for the Anzac Day commemorations at Gallipoli in 2015.
The Moutoa Gardens memorial to Māori soldiers who fought in the First World War is to receive a facelift worth nearly $500,000.
Work towards the National War Memorial Park is progressing well and is on target for the opening to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings on 25 April 2015.
The Minister of Veterans' Affairs has announced the Gallipoli 2015 ballot allocation categories. Registrations will open later this year.
A project to restore at least 10 southern war memorials has received a significant boost with Venture Southland securing an $85,000 Lottery Grants Board grant.
Proposals are being sought from companies or independent contractors to scope a project to deliver improved heritage site interpretation (a "heritage trail") associated with the Western Front.
Proposals are being sought from companies or individual contractors to scope a project to deliver improved heritage site interpretation associated with Gallipoli.
Auckland Mayor Len Brown and Auckland War Memorial Museum Director Roy Clare today announced the themes forming the basis of Auckland’s contribution to WW100.
Seventeen First World War centenary projects have been granted close to $1.7 million in funding by the New Zealand Lottery Grants Board.
Papers are invited for a multi-disciplinary conference rethinking New Zealand’s connections with and contribution to ‘the Great War’.
Applications are now open for the second round of Lottery Grants funding for First World War centenary projects. Funding criteria changes mean overseas projects, art and sports events might also be eligible.