Michael Kelly’s editorial marks the re-opening of the National Library. Marguerite Hill reports on the 2011 Annual General Meeting and introduces new committee members, Karen Astwood and Ewan Morris.
Paul Diamond surveys the Whanganui Heritage open days. Hill explores the new National Library beta website and Kelly surveys the Hutt City Council’s efforts to develop a heritage plan.
Imelda Bargas reports back on the New Zealand Architecture Conference in Wellington and the NZHA conference in Hamilton, and Kirstie Ross reviews the William Colenso bicentenary conference in Napier.
Astwood describes a tour of European bridges, while Geoff Rice reports on the J.M. Sherrard awards for 2002-3.
The issue closes with a description of the developments in the University of Waikato’s Public History Research Unit.
Read this issue: Phanzine April 2012