PHANZA members discuss the various sessions of the recent PHANZA conference, ‘Getting the Public into Public History’, while Neill Atkinson describes the new Ministry for Culture Heritage website, the exhibition ‘Quake Stories’ and the Women’s Suffrage petition on NZHistory.net.nz.
Michael Kelly laments the financial pressures on the Department of Conservation and their likely impact on heritage, and discusses the effect of the Christchurch earthquakes on the city’s heritage buildings.
David Verran describes the Auckland Star clippings collection held by Auckland Libraries and other recent developments in the city. The final page surveys the Wairarapa Archive and its Picture Wairarapa website.
Read this issue: Phanzine September 2011