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Fire sprinklers, clumsy staff and touchy-feely visitors are damaging treasured artworks at Wellington's Te Papa Museum.

A number of items were also damaged during last year's Kaikoura earthquake, which rocked the capital, including part of a major work bought for $750,000, a Tiger Moth plane that swung into the gallery wall and a sculpture by iconic Kiwi artists Bill Culbert and the late Ralph Hotere.

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