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Nov-Dec 2017
A beige-free zone at ArchivesNew officers elected at AGM
Totara Park’s American connectionNew light on women’s war efforts
Drawing the cityExplore the city indepth
Cherishing our treasures onlineFrom a child’s perspective
Karori West students switched onto historyThe Public Trust Office Building: an inside view
An arrow marks the spotFlax milling in Waikanae
Meet the Wellington Southern Bays Historical SocietyNews from Bolton St Cemetery

Sept-Oct 2017
Revamp does Plimmer proudWellington City Heritage Week
Ruling on Flats sets positive precedentHave your say on Featherston sculpture
Doors open at Kapiti venuesEdwardian splendor
From small beginnings: Archaeologist Mary O’KeeffeIs Janet Reid buried near here?
Volunteer day keeps family connections aliveMansfield history keeps on giving
Stranger than fiction

Jul-Aug 2017
Long-serving members of Onslow Historical Society Featherston Camp Sculpture
Pilot city Heritage Week underwayWairarapa heritage group
Days numbered for Point Howard wharfPride of the Hutt - the Blockade
Let’s work together: a free membership list offerOpera House’s Edwardian innovation
’Te Ara Piko’ showcases wetlands & local historyOnslow’s Jubilee achievement
Does the name Rutherfurd ring any bells?Hut at home in QE2 Park
Grand old man of the skiesExploring ’He Tohu’ - ’the mark’
An invitation to all from Carterton HS

May-Jun 2017
New memorial honours Tawa’s fallenOral history opportunity
Awards acknowledge Wellington volunteersKahungunu exhibition celebrates ’enduring peace’.
Cities under spotlight in new bookA voice for justice - Sarah Gaitanos
What next for our wharfGlenside - a history told through plants
The Long Hall - a triumph of community spirit

Mar-Apl 2017
Eastbourne’s heritage on display for allArchaeology Week
Decision pending on Tawa’s remnant forestSeeking film footage of Wainuiomata
Photographs capture Waikanae’s past & presentSculpture garden at Bolton Street cemetery
Unique platform for Paekak writersGolder Cottage’s victorian-style ’herb spiral’
Uncovering hidden stories: Archaeology WeekThe internet to the rescue
"First in, last out’: The NZ Tunnelling CompanyNotes from the North
Windfall clinches Tawa War MemorialWhen truth is stranger than fiction

Jan-Feb 2017
Heritage (largely) stands strong in WellingtonLarge bill for Bolton St cemetery repairs
Thorndon lady shaken but not stirredWairarapa heritage day timely
Farewell Shed 35New lease of life for Marines’ hut
Love of heritage started YoungProgress at Erskine College

Nov-Dec 2016
Celebrating Wairarapa heritageElders out in force for Senior’s Week
Anzac Hall marks Centenary in styleMurder, he wrote
Maurice Clark, Greenwood Roche Wellington Laureate AwardHome is the sailor: Remembering Ken Scadden
Model enthusiast’s local legacyCalling Perone West School pupils
Rewi’s Last was Roy’s firstJackson Street goes digital
Outstanding names from WainuiomataUpper Hutt Library’s pop-up museum
The comfort of colonial nusesGood turn out in Kapiti for Heritage Month
Downstage memories live onThe Good, the Bad & the Unfortunate

Sept-Oct 2016
Rolling start to Heritage Month at Fell MuseumDon’s Web Epic
Baxter statue resued by Wellington MuseumPeople power at Bolton Sreet Cemetery
Carterton Historical Society rooms reopenFeatherston Camp book launched
The Lengthy Saga of Lyster’s LaneJunior writers bring history to life
Taumarunui writing competitionHeritage Month events

Jul-Aug 2016
Recordings rolling from 60’s Upper HuttBathing Pavillion gets new lease of life
Funding secured for Christ Church heritage museumBack to childhood at KM House & Garden
Second print run for Petone history bookFull house for Michael Houston Anzac fundraiser
In the footsteps of the MarinesA morning at Hutt City Council Archives
A Wellington pilgrimmageFeatherston Museum

May-Jun 2016
Petone RemembersRare film restored NZ WW! footage shared with all
Christ Church honours pioneer familyChildren sourcing stories from the older generations
Calling Upper Hutt hero/inesNZ’s forgotten railways
Positive Action - students impacting on heritageInsights from Islington
Crofton history cherishedTour of the WW1 graves at Featherston Cemetery
Choir delights at Golder CottageFashion Parade at Old St Paul’s
Celebrating VolunteersPhoto of the Egbert Feist store in Lower Hutt

Mar-Apl 2016
Children’s Choir to sing at Golder CottageTaonga Collected -
Researching the RedcoatsRemembering Upper Hutt Life
Discovering Nurse’s StoriesWW1 Soldier’s Art
Honouring NZ’s Musical HistoryFollowing Her Bliss
Discover Kapiti Heritage DaysFriends of Bolton Street Cemetery weeding
Regimental Luncheon at Featherston’s ANZAC Hall

Jan-Feb 2016
Finding William and Catherine WallisThe Sound of Music Record Store
Seeking Upper Hutt MemoriesThe Pointon Collection
Carols Around The LabyrinthGrowing Up in Upper Hutt in the 60’s
World Famous in Petone"Sun, Sand & Sweat" book by Petone Historical Society
Lesley Wardle and Wairarapa HeritageFeatherston Camp Model a Labour of Love - Gerad Taylor
Charity Luncheon marks Featherston Camp Centenary"A Dame We Knew" - a Dame Cecily Pickerill biography by Beryl Harris
Bolton Street Cemetery

Nov-Dec 2015
Councillors join forces on Rimutaka MarchScottish fortitude celebrated
City gets keys to The Attic this monthNews from Katherine Mansfield House & Garden
Golder Cottage volunteers go for goldChristmas singalong at the Labyrinth
Lectures hosted by The Friends of The Turnbull LibraryOur Taonga: Oral History
Calling small, quirky museums...Figuring out Facebook with Peter Anderson
Sophey’s prayers answered?Porirua Days

Sept-Oct 2015
Discover Kapiti scoops awardNew Plan recognises Erskine College’s significance
Rimutaka March retraces ANZACs’ stepsOur Taonga:The Enterpising Porter Brothers
Revamp enrages sparrowsMaking memories in Petone
Labyrinth visionary rememberedTea, glorious tea at Tinakori Rd
Uncovered wishIn the footsteps of Mansfield
Celebrate 100 years with Eastern Hutt School

Jun-Aug 2015
Can you help solve the mystery of Nellie?The State Opera House
Kapiti film project rolling for Heritage MonthUpper Hutt City Library goes hi tech with new scanner
Opportunity to digitise your newspapers nowFounders groups give a sense of family
Hui unites Wellington labyrinthsPetone memories recorded for posterity
New beginnings for historic stationFilling in the gaps in family history
Gallipoli - a grandson’s storyTalk on First World War heritage
Major Old St Paul’s anniversaries celebrated‘City Stories’ evening classes starting
Diverse talks at National LibraryBook Review: Raupo to Art Deco
Aleppo Pine tree plaque

Apl-May 2015
Campaigners fighting hard for Defence BuildingPromotional support on offer for small groups
Our Taonga: Patrick StWilliam Mansfield’s one pound note
Wellington’s first Colonial MuseumCarterton display remembers local soldiers
Karehana homes at PlimmertonNurse Ina Bennett

Feb-Mar 2015
Teamwork pays off at record-breaking Open DaySeeking WCC funding: picnic or minefield?
Our Taonga: Erskine CollegeRetro trumps high tech in new Museum displays
PăuatahanuiBook Review: Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History
Pencarrow Lighthouse

Oct-Dec 2014
Main St made memorableBank staff mucking in
Calling owners of hand-coloured photographsOur Taonga: Nairn St Cottage
New acquisition70th Anniversary of NZ’s first refugees
Farewells on filmGroup’s festive plans for Christmas
St Joseph’s Memorial Catholic Cemetery, Ohariu Valley

Aug-Sept 2014
Heritage Month launch at ExpressionsPatients’ fingers do the walking
Unique volunteering opportunity at GallipoliOur Taonga: Trentham Military TrainingCamp
Troops depart from Masterton, 1914Upper Hutt School to celebrate 150 years
Major conference explores suppressed musicComing up roses
‘Literary Notes’ strike a chord at Old St Paul’sWWI centennary activities at Maidstone Intermediate

Jun-Jul 2014
Museum proposed at Christ Church, TaitaCalling budding artists and writers
Our Taonga: ‘Facing the Front’ at the N Z Portrait GalleryUpdate on Hutt Civic Centre debate
Doors opening soon at Cobblestones MuseumA forgotten view of Tuhitarati
Insight into architectural photographyBook Review: Secrets & Treasures
Petone’s Sports GroundHarris rose bolting ahead
A history of community participation

Apl-May 2014
Parade to celebrate Fire Brigade centenaryPorirua honours WW1 links online
Our Taonga: Lower Hutt Civic BuildingsIdentifying ANZAC voices
Historically speaking at National LibraryStep out for peace at the Hutt Labyrinth
Book Review: Wanted, a Beautiful BarmaidThe Benge & Pratt fire in Upper Hutt, 1914
An unexpected journey: Mana IslandVolunteering at Golder Cottage
Safe and sound:Bolton St history fires young minds

Feb-Mar 2014
Cobblestones revamp underwaySeeking stories from the regions
Our Taonga: Exploring gravestones & cemeteriesNew vision for Glenside Halfway House
End of an era for Unilever, PetoneEpic treks
Portraits give window on Victorian rural lifeBook Review: With Bold Needle & Thread
Love blossoms with Queen’s Wharf cupidsJapanese culture on show at Minoh House
Wairarapa Times Age beauty:Walk the Labyrinth - a peaceful way

Oct-Dec 2013
Library’s fact finding mission a huge successGolder Cottage maximises business networks
Our Taonga: K atherine Mansfield BirthplaceA Hunting Heritage: The Vallance Family in Wairarapa
Museum creates novel display at MallWallaceville Playcentre turns 60
Raising the rafters at Old St PaulsMassey’s ’Cossacks’ armed and ready....
Multimedia Antarctic experienceTwenty years reached for Pointon Museum
Carols Around the LabyrinthZLW Wellington Radio workers honoured
Normandale’s grand old lady in fine fettle

Aug 2013
Storybook stars unique Fell locomotiveSurprise discovery at Colonial Cottage
‘Eclectic’ development underway at Greytown HospitalOur Taonga: Wellington Museum of City & Sea
Also of interest in Central WellingtonKapiti base possible for Printing Museum
In memory of Allan ToddPioneering Hutt surgeon continues to inspire
Troops leave Newtown for Boer WarClock Centenary celebrated ‘with bells on’
Get involved with War CommemorationsBreak for lunch & history at Central Library
Heritage images past & present

Jun 2013
Our Taonga: Christ Church, TaitaMembers influential at council hearings
Public input sought on Titahi Bay HallSlow process bearing fruit at Archives
Also of interest in the Hutt ValleyLaunch of Heritage Month 2013
Johnsonville railNew history website needs you!
Old St Paul’s open for diningGrant awarded for new history of NZ Opera
Heritage images past & present

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