Sir Peter Jackson's war exhibit to end at Massey's building
The owner of an iconic Wellington building housing Sir Peter Jackson's world war one exhibition says it needs the building back. Massey University and the Ministry for Culture and Heritage issued a joint statement last night saying the exhibition will stay open for the Armistice Day centenary celebrations. But the two have failed to reach an agreement over extending the lease, which runs out in early December. The university's vice chancellor, Professor Jan Thomas, told Catherine Hutton it's time for Massey to have the building back.