ArchSite is an online database that contains information about recorded archaeological sites in New Zealand. ArchSite uses GIS (Geographic Information System) technology to manage and display information on maps. It is the national inventory of archaeological sites in New Zealand.
Biographies of over 3,000 deceased New Zealanders who have made their mark on New Zealand.
A collection of electronic versions of significant New Zealand books originally published in the nineteenth century. Provided by University of Auckland.
New Zealand business directory, listings and reviews.
Hansard NZ debates from Hathi trust. 1854-1985 contain debates of the Legislative Council and the House of Representatives; 1951 etc., the debates of the House of Representatives (Legislative Council abolished Jan. 1951). Vol. numbering begins with 4th Parliament, 2nd session (1867) Vols. for 1st-4th Parliament, 1st session (1854/55-1864/66).
Hansard is the official report of debate in the House of Representatives. It’s produced by editors, who go into the debating chamber and report what members of Parliament (MPs) say. The report is then published online and in print. Commonly known as Hansard, its actual name is Parliamentary Debates (Hansard).
Search historical maps from the University of Waikato Library's Map Collection. The selection focuses on the Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions of the North Island of New Zealand. Some maps are of New Zealand as a whole and the Southwest Pacific.
Search and browse a selection of historical photographs and postcards from the University of Waikato Library's Collection. Some photos of New Zealanders in other parts of the world are also presented.
Search and browse a selection of historical Waikato rugby photographs from the University of Waikato Library's Collection associated with the 1956 Springbok rugby team's visit to Hamilton to play Waikato (the Mooloos).
A Digital Library of the New Zealand content from the Illustrated London News, 1853 to 1902.
Contains abstracts of selected New Zealand serials, including newspapers, about New Zealand and the South Pacific. Subjects covered include general interest material, social research, current affairs, the arts and humanities.
Online access to a wide range of time series data. This web-based tool can be used to view and download the most up-to-date information from the largest database of official statistics in New Zealand, and select data specific to your interests.
Growing archive of New Zealand and Pacific Islands texts and heritage materials, including images and full-text books, manuscripts and journals. All resources are fully searchable. Produced by Victoria University of Wellington.
New Zealand Geographic has been published since 1989. Covers all aspects of New Zealand history and geography including its wildlife, natural heritage, people, science and culture. Also examines subjects relating to the islands of the South Pacific and Antarctica.
Indexes items of interest to business and industry from New Zealand's business and commercial publications including journals, newsletters and newspapers. Select New Zealand Index from the menu.
The indexes on these pages aim to help people find what stories authors have written and to provide information which locates the magazines, journals, books and anthologies that have carried the stories.
Papers Past contains more than three million pages of digitised New Zealand newspapers and periodicals. The collection covers the years 1839 to 1945 and includes publications from all regions of New Zealand.
Access to a range of New Zealand statistics prepared specially for Universities. Includes census, disability, vitals, migration and business demography data.
Te Puna Search (WorldCat Discovery) provides a view of New Zealand libraries’ holdings and the holdings of other libraries around the world for both library staff and patrons. Discovery searches over OCLC WorldCat plus other databases.
Over 30 years of award-winning history publishing combines into an authoritative resource of life on these islands, from earliest beginnings to present day.
The Treaty of Waitangi Collection is primarily designed to provide a new and authoritative home for Treaty scholarship online, with more books to be added over time. The collection was built with support from the BWB Publishing Trust and the New Zealand Law Foundation.