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Biggie's community includes Acts, Producers, Publishers, Promoters and Venues from all over the country that keep Biggie up-to-date with the latest information so that tens of thousands of members can be informed about the latest events and news pertinent to them.

Upstage - online performance & storytelling

UpStage is a New Zealand site for online performances and storytelling. The next walk-through will be on Wednesday 2 February 2005.

Creative New Zealand - Arts Council of New Zealand

Developing and promoting arts for all New Zealanders

Ngati Kahungunu Iwi Incorporated

NKII is working towards (in conjunction with the HB Cultural Trust, Napier and Hastings City Councils), the development of a Kahungunu Arts and Cultural Centre with archival and contemporary development for the protection and safe keeping of taonga. visit for details

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Maori Trust board

Maori Trust Board concerned with the Te Arawa Lakes

Tainui Festival

New Zealand tribal heritage site

Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu

Ngai Tahu are the Maori people of the southern islands of New Zealand, Te Waipounamu. As New Zealand's third largest tribe there are over 30,000 members scattered around its territory, the North Island and overseas.

Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu is the governing body that oversees the tribe's activities and is made up of democratically elected representatives from the 18 runanga (or tribal) councils. The tribe has three separate divisions that manage administration (Office of Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu), commercial activities (Holdings Corporation) and delivery of social and cultural programmes (Development Corporation).

Toi Iho - Maori made artworks

toi iho is a registered trade mark used to promote and sell authentic, quality Maori arts and crafts.

toi iho has also been designed to authenticate exhibitions and performances of Maori arts by Maori artists.

The creation of the mark was facilitated by Te Waka Toi, the Maori arts board of Creative New Zealand, in consultation with Maori artists.

The trademark was designed and created by Maori artists.


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