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Memorandum of understanding with GNS Science

Memorandum of understanding with GNS Science

In order to expedite the process of obtaining resources (such as photos) from libraries and other institutions, Te Ara drew up a series of memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with the most significant institutions. Here an MoU is signed by Martin Matthews, chief executive of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage (left), and Alex Malahoff, chief executive of Crown research institute GNS Science. 

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