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Heritage Advisor Crown Land Disposal and Research Job in Auckland - SEEK:
Based in Auckland with Heritage New Zealand. This position involves the co-ordination of the Crown Land Disposal process for the Northern Region, undertaking fit-for-purpose research and administration relating to heritage protection of land and buildings, and providing assistance with heritage assessments to other professionals."
Sunday, June 11, 2017
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Friday, June 09, 2017
Josh Emmitt writes:
There are still a two spots available for paper
presentations at the NZAA conference for Saturday June 24. Please email the
papers coordinator , at email@example.com
In addition any students who wish
to present a 10 minute paper can be accomodated. The two spaces are for Saturday morning, and it
would be good, although not essential, if they had something to do with
Thursday, June 08, 2017
Alice Gorman: Dr Space Junk:
"Alice Gorman: Dr Space Junk
Dr Space Junk is the alter ego of Dr Alice Gorman, a respected academic based at Flinders University who is a pioneer in the emerging field of space archaeology.T
Wednesday 28 June 2017
Time: Time: 6.00pm for refreshments and networking, 6.30-7.45pm talk
Venue: The University of Auckland Business School, Decima Glenn, Level 3, Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road, Auckland
'via Blog this'
Wednesday, June 07, 2017
Tuesday, June 06, 2017
Saturday, June 03, 2017
Sir Peter Blake Trust: "Since 2007, The Sir Peter Blake Trust - in partnership with Antarctica New Zealand, the Antarctic Heritage Trust, NIWA and the Department of Conservation - has provided opportunities for young New Zealanders (18 – 25 years) to work on projects in Antarctica, the Southern Ocean and New Zealand through the Blake Ambassador Programme. These Ambassadors have worked alongside teams of scientists, conservationists, engineers and conservators on environmental and heritage restoration projects "
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Friday, June 02, 2017
Facebook: "This week's cartoon by Slane Cartoons Limited."
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Thursday, June 01, 2017
Classical World New Zealand - Massey University: "Classical World New Zealand demonstrates the modern world’s ongoing dialogue with ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt and highlights New Zealand’s contribution to this conversation. The culture of the classical world remains a rich vein of creativity tapped by countless living artists. Their art in turn helps us to connect to the ancient world.
Our project, based at Massey University, focuses on the distinctive contributions of New Zealand-based artists, actors, theatre directors, filmmakers, musicians, writers and scholars."
'via Blog this'
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