Volume 15, issue 2 (August 2009)

The editorial focuses on changes at National Library and Archives New Zealand: the library is undergoing extensive redevelopment which the nearby Archives is facilitating by temporarily accommodating collections, staff and researchers.

We also welcome Neill Atkinson’s return as PHANZA’s President.

Michael Kelly describes the latest improvements to PapersPast, while Marguerite Hill investigates using Flickr Commons for copyright-free images. Paulette Wallace looks at the future of heritage in New Zealand through the lens of a recent graduate. Kirstie Ross discusses the restoration of her local park, Central Park in Brooklyn, Wellington, and reviews Dance of the Instant, a film about the history of dance in New Zealand playing at the Film Festival. David Green discusses the writing of James Cowan’s New Zealand Wars.

Read this issue: Phanzine August 2009