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O Neherā is a searchable collection of material scanned by the Library. It includes historical images, documents, and first hand accounts which provide unique local insights into Waikato and Aotearoa/New Zealand. Information about our physical archival collections is also available.

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Microfiche machine not working well 14th January 2022
Just an FYI that the microfiche machine is not working well at the moment. This is getting looked into and it will hopefully be functioning normally asap. If you are wanting to use it, contact us first to see what the status is before making the trip in.
Library Services under the COVID-19 Traffic Light Framework

We're lining up for another 'interesting' year and the library is going to do its best to support all staff and students through all the ups and downs (mostly 'ups' we hope). We're currently open and operating under the new traffic light system. If you're wondering what that means for your visits to the Library we've outlined our Library Services under the COVID-19 Traffic Light Framework to help you maintain access to all of the help, services, and resources you might need.

And, as always, get in touch with us if you need clarification.

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Whiua!Pouaka whakaata - Television (TV)

Ka noho pōwhiwhiwhiwhi katoa ngā taura hiko i muri i te pouaka whakaata (PK 2008:686). / The electric cords behind the television were all tangled up. (Te Pihinga Textbook (Ed. 2): 92-93;)

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