A British civil rights leader with descendants in Aotearoa was celebrated for his work in London this month.
Improvements are currently underway at MOTAT as part of the museum’s long-term site development plans.
The Belgian ambassador to New Zealand is set to unveil plaques honouring two women who received the Médaille de la Reine Elisabeth for their humanitarian work during World War One.
More public space created and special exhibition spaces enlarged.
15 Mar - 17 May
An exhibition featuring the original letters written in Te Reo Māori to Sir George Grey.
Commuters needing a pit stop at Manurewa train station will not only get some relief - but a little insight into local history.
Plans have been developed for the demolition of the grandstand and construction of temporary seating.
Efforts are underway to assess the cost of moving the station, with an eye on preserving parts of the historic building.
Grand stained-glass windows to let the light shine for another 100 years thanks to heritage programme grant.
How a DIY boat sparked a lifetime at sea.