Important note about COVID Level 2 and our libraries, including hours:

At Orange, our libraries are open with the COVID vaccine pass, contact tracing and face masks required to keep the community and staff safe (more information about Libraries at Orange).

Wellington City Libraries

Te Matapihi Ki Te Ao Nui

Newspapers

All newspapers are on the Second Floor of the Central Library, and are not available for loan. Please contact a staff member to view the heritage newspapers.

Dominion


6/3/1990 Outlook - the land the people first saw.
6/2/1990 Outlook - 1840
29/9/1984 Bilingualism in school (Waiwhetu)

Centennial news


20/1/1939 A famous Maori storehouse (Nukutewhatewha)
25/2/1939 Centennial portrait no. 6 - Honiana Te Puni

New Zealand Gazette & Wellington Spectator


IV (1844) Remarks by the Hon Henry Petre on clearing the land and cropping in the Valley of the Hutt

Te Karere o Poneke


1857-1858

Evening Post


15/3/1984 Maori memorials, pakeha praises - (potted biographies of Wi Tako and Te Puni)
26/6/1985 Trust workers fear for future - (Tapu te Ranga)
4/5/1987
7/7/1987
18/4/1988
22/4/1989 Wellington's Te Upoko o te Ika (Radio station)

28/1/1987 Composer dies - Dovey Katene - obit.
13/6/1987 Born to serve – Ralph Love - obit.

New Zealand Listener


3/11/1984 Te Herenga Waka : the place of protocol

Bibliography: - Books | Government documents | Journals and Transactions | Newspapers | Theses | Waitangi Tribunal Reports


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