Toitu Otago Settlers Museum director Linda Wigley is leaving
Dunedin to become director of Voyager New Zealand National
Maritime Museum in Auckland.
Wanted: one large sword and an oversized shield, thought to
be hanging on the wall in rugby lover's home.
Continued popularity during winter has contributed to the
Toitu Otago Settlers Museum attracting more than 218,000
visits since reopening in December.
A planned new report may shed further light on the best ways
of protecting the remnants of a historic manuka causeway
unearthed during construction of Dunedin's Wall Street retail
Only another $520,000 has to be raised towards a $12.05
million community funding target for the Toitu Otago Settlers
Museum redevelopment, thanks mainly to successful
Toitu Otago Settlers Museum has won the Museums Aotearoa
Project Achievement Award - Significant Project for its
recently-completed $37.5 million redevelopment.
Visits to Toitu Otago Settlers Museum had topped 140,000
since it reopened in December, museum director Linda Wigley
told the museum board at its meeting yesterday.
Thursday late nights have proved popular at Toitu Otago
Settlers Museum, attracting 1690 people since the redeveloped
museum reopened to the public in December.
The Toitu Otago Settlers Museum's $37.5 million redevelopment
is adding to Dunedin's growing reputation as a nationally
significant culture and heritage visitor destination, museum
director Linda Wigley says.
Visiting Toitu Otago Settlers Museum netted Peter Hunt a
bouquet of flowers on Valentine's Day yesterday.
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