Once again our editorial is concerned with the position of Archives New Zealand and National Library within the Department of Internal Affairs.
Imelda Bargas reviews the recent Professional Historians Association of New South Wales conference held on Norfolk Island. Margaret Pointer writes about the history of Niue, while Michael Kelly looks at makeovers – from the redevelopment of cargo sheds in Auckland for the Rugby World Cup to the impossible dreams generated by magazines such as House and Garden. Marguerite Hill looks at the Kete software which allows many libraries and museums to showcase their collections online. David Verran’s regular ‘News from the North’ includes implications of the creation of an Auckland super-city for libraries.
Read this issue: Phanzine August 2010