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Heritage, Arts and Culture
Kā Taoka, kā Toi me kā Ahurea
Telling the stories of our people, protecting our heritage, celebrating who we are now and where we have come from, are essential for supporting our community wellbeing. Reflecting on the cultures of all who live here, including the unique perspective of mana whenua, helps to create better understanding, awareness and a shared identity and vision for our community and district.
Our heritage provides an anchor for our place in the world, connecting us to past and future generations, reflecting on the achievements of our people and the lessons we have learnt, and contributes to our sense of community identity and pride.
The vision for the protection, promotion and sustainable management of heritage across our district is provided in our Heritage Strategy and the related documents below.
Arts and culture
Our district is a place of breathtaking creativity. Surrounded by the endless inspiration of the landscape around us, it is a place that nurtures the arts, culture and the spirit of invention. We are a place of diverse communities and people with a wide range of cultural perspectives which makes this a dynamic and exciting place to live, work and play.
The vision for the promotion of arts, culture and events across our district is provided in the following documents.
Learn more about mana whenua
If you're interested in learning more about our district's Māori history you can find some information and useful links here
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