New Zealand Historic Places Trust Periodical Index

Published at Wellington, New Zealand as Historic Places in New Zealand from 1983 to 2002 and then as New Zealand Heritage from 2003 to date.

This online index to the magazines of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust is yet to be completed. As priorities allow, the balance of the index will be added to the database and then continuously updated.

The comprehensive article entries include geographical location of subject, title, author, extended information in the form of keywords or tags, volume number and date of issue.

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Antarctica - HELL WITH A CAPITAL H; A cache from the 'heroic era' recovered in Antarctica. Robert Falcon Scott Expedition 1910-1913. By Keith Lyons: 54 - July 1995

Antarctica - Old Antarctic Huts Ravaged by Elements; conservation teams from New Zealand are working hard to ensure that the historic huts of Antarctica's 'heroic age' survive, Scott, Shackleton, 1902-1913: 37 - June 1992

Antiquities - Export of Antiquities James Cook 1776 letter: 27 - December 1989

Archaeology - Biography - Lady Aileen Fox - Ten Years of Spadework in NZ (by Mary Jeal): 02 - September 1983

Archaeology - East Coast Maori Pa site, Forestry project: 45 - January 1994

Archaeology - Fortifications of the Taupo Campaign. Pa 1869 Te Kooti: 25 - June 1989

Archaeology - Fun in the Sun? Mapping Archaeological Sites: 24 - March 1989

Architecture - Art - Otago - Dunedin - Artist George O'Brien 1821-1888, Architect Robrt Lawson 1833-1902 , Jonathan Mane-Wheoki examines the early work of a notable nineteenth century Otago Architect: 33 - June 1991

Architecture - Early Primitive Bridges: 24 - March 1989

Architecture - Few of New Zealand's Old Synagogues Survive. Jewish : 25 - June 1989

Architecture - From the Days of the Provincial System; of all the major groups of Provincial Government Buildings, dating from the years 1853-1876, only those of Canterbury survive. Includes Canterbury, Auckland, Wellington, Nelson, Otago, Southland buildings: 30 - September 1990

Architecture - Maori - Mana and Identity - (Ranginui Walker) The carved meeting house has a long history in NZ. In the past 150 years such houses have been built as symbols of chiefly mana, of resistance to colonisation and of Maori identity and cultural pride: 30 - September 1990

Architecture - New Zealand's First European Architects, Mason, Ashworth, Kempthorne, Farr, Cridland: 28 - March 1990

Architecture - Otago - Dunedin - Arts and Crafts Legacy Keith Harrison looks at the fine houses designed by Architect Basil Hooper which are to be found in Dunedin: 49 - September 1994

Architecture - Railway Stations - rural: 17 - June 1987

Architecture - Saving Facades (John Cattell): 17 - June 1987

Architecture - Some Country Churches of Frederick de Jersey Clere. -1952: 25 - June 1989

Architecture - Temporary Edifices Set New Direction in the churches designed by clergyman-architect Frederick Thatcher can be traced the fascinating story of the development of a distinctively New Zealand wooden church architecture: 29 - June 1990

Architecture - The Maori Churches of the South Island, country rural 1840 Otago Canterbury Marlborough: 29 - June 1990

Architecture - The 'Useful' Memorials of a Centennial Year, Ceremonies and Speeches, Memorials and Monuments, Rest and Plunket Rooms, Centennial Parks, Public Halls, Swimming Baths, Two Lookouts, Two Obelisks, Maori Buildings, Art Deco: 31 - December 1990

Architecture - Work of Maori Architects adds to our Heritage: 31 - December 1990

Art - Album of Plants, Sarah Featon, 1887, magnificent colour pictures of New Zealand native plants are a guide to period gardeners: 36 - March 1992

Art - Biography - Gottfried Lindauer 1839-1926, Bethel Kappely discovers Woodville's long association with a famous artist, Tararua, 1890: 48 - July 1994

Art - Conservation - Conserving a Painting, Edward Sakowski examines how a notable Otago painting was preserved, East Taieri Bridge, John Turnbull Thompson 1821-1884: 49 - September 1994

Art - Early Images, French explorers, 1793 1824: 17 - June 1987

Art - Maori - A Record of 1,000 Years of the Unwritten Past - NZ's rock art: 28 - March 1990

Art - Maori - Neglected Drawings now Treasured: 28 - March 1990

Art - Prints have Historical and Artistic Appeal - collecting old prints will not only add interest to the walls of your home but also extend your knowledge of NZ and Pacific history: 34 - September 1991

Art - Watercolour Te Atiawa Maori Portraits circa 1842. Purchased by Alexander Turnbull Library: 27 - December 1989

Auckland - City -  The Pah's Lost Furnishings, 1877 house, Stephen Cashmore: 39 - December 1992

Auckland - City - 1866 Bank of New Zealand (Robin Griffin): 17 - June 1987

Auckland - City - A Club's Victorian Charm, 1866 Northern Club, Jennifer Haworth: 39 - December 1992

Auckland - City - A Conservation Philosophy applied at Auckland Schools: 24 - March 1989

Auckland - City - A CULTURAL TREASURE; The Auckland War Memorial Museum. 1929. Architectue. By Scott Elliffe: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - City - A FINE LEGACY; Auckland's Cornwall Park was given to the city.  Huia Lodge, John Logan Campbell. By Dave Pearson: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - City - A Phiip Cleave Garden of Formal Charm, 1914, William Gummer brick bungalow, Christine Young: 39 - December 1992

Auckland - City - Art and destruction, Jennifer Haworth writes of an artist whose work expresses his concern about the destruction of Auckland's heritage, John Radford, demolition, models: 33 - June 1991

Auckland - City - Auckland - An Anniversary for Ewelme cottage Parnell: 32 - March 1991

Auckland - City - Auckland Savings Bank's Long History, 1847: 37 - June 1992

Auckland - City - AUCKLAND'S FORGOTTEN ARCHITECT; The buildings of Walter Robertson. 1846-51. St Andrew's Church. St Kevin's house, St Patrick's Church. By Nerida Campbell: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - City - Auckland's War Memorial Museum, 1922, Grant Neill: 39 - December 1992

Auckland - City - CORPORATE IMAGE; A bank's branch premises between the wars. ASB, Dominion Road, Point Chevalier. Grey Lynn. By Douglas Lloyd-Jenkins: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - City - Craft market at Melanesian Mission building, Cover picture: 27 - December 1989

Auckland - City - EARLY FLATS IN AUCKLAND ;State housing scheme blocks of inner city flats. Greys Avenue 1945-47, Symonds Street. By Julia Catley: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - City - Family Life in Highwic, Alfred Buckland house 1862, by Jan Harris: 39 - December 1992

Auckland - City - High Court Restored - Auckland's old Supreme Court Building has been carefully restored and refurbished, 1868: 34 - September 1991

Auckland - City - HISTORIC GRAVES The Symonds Street Cemetery. 1842. By Sarah Kelly: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - City - Huia Lodge, Cornwall Park, 1903, Logan Campbell: 47 - May 1994

Auckland - City - New Life for the Home of Auckland's Bishop, Built in 1850s, Bishop's House Parnell: 32 - March 1991

Auckland - City - North Shore - Karepiro Bay - Dacre Cottage, 1855-56, John Wilson: 39 - December 1992

Auckland - City - Ponsonby Road's Past Lives, Richard Wolfe: 39 - December 1992

Auckland - City - Protection from the Fire, not Sunlight; devices to screen their faces from firelight, which the Victorians thought could damage or disfigure their complexions, are on display in Auckland's Ewelme Cottage Parnell: 32 - March 1991

Auckland - City - Sympathetic Use of the Old, 1884 Auckland Savings Bank, 1977 McDonald's restaurant, Jennifer Haworth: 39 - December 1992

Auckland - City - Synagogue Wins Trust Award-Old synagogue, Princes Street, 1885 Jewish: 26 - September 1989

Auckland - City - Ten Recently Classified buildings: 27 - December 1989

Auckland - City - The Origins of Highwic, Alfred Buckland house 1862, Anne Neale: 39 - December 1992

Auckland - CITY LIFE FOR A RURAL CHAPEL The restoration of Henderson's 1898 Methodist Chapel. By Richard Waugh: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - Coromandel - A GOOD START IN LIFE; Coromandel's picturesque 1898 hospital. By Jamie Mackay: 59 - July 1996

Auckland - Coromandel - A Pioneering Restoration, Toptown 1870s Villa, Barry Brickell: 41 - May 1993

Auckland - Coromandel - A 'Tech' for Thames School of Mines, 1885, Gavin McLean: 41 - May 1993

Auckland - Coromandel – Gold Mining on Tokatea Hill, 1862, Ron Hubbard: 41 - May 1993

Auckland - Coromandel - Industry - Driving Creek Railway, Christine Young finds that potter Barry Brickell has a passionate interest in New Zealand's industrial past: 33 - June 1991

Auckland - Coromandel - Of Kauri and Gold (Doug Johansen): 17 - June 1987

Auckland - Coromandel - On the Coromandel with "Kiwi Dundee" Thames Waihi: 31 - December 1990

Auckland - Hauraki - Archaeology - Excavations at Raupa - an 1820 visit reconstructed: 27 - December 1989

Auckland - HAURAKI COAST SETTLEMENT; Maori pa and occupation sites on the Hauraki Gulf coastline. Maraetai. TaupoBy Amanda Young: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - HENDERSON'S MILL COTTAGE; An early Henderson home restored. 1844. By Cynthia Shirtcliffe: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - Hokianga - Quiet Reminder of Mangungu Mission House, Wesleyan Methodist 1827 Hobbs Stack Wade: 29 - June 1990

Auckland - Mangere - Ko Mangere Te Maunga Maori Pa, Bea Te Urunga Tapu Kerr: 39 - December 1992

Auckland - Papatoetoe - AN ARTS AND CRAFTS CHAPEL; A masterpiece of Arts and Crafts design. George Selwyn Goldsbro' 1869-1925 St Saviour 1909. By Jeremy Ashford: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - PIONEER SCIENCE AT PIHA The early days of radio astronomy in New Zealand 1945. By Wayne Orchiston: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - Pukekode - Maukau - St Bride's Church, 1860-61, cemetery, Peter Sheppard: 41 - May 1993

Auckland - Region - Kauri Driving Dams: Heritage in Decay, in cut-over kauri forest in several areas of the northern North Island are the remains of driving dams which still attest to the skill and ingenuity of bushmen of years past: 34 - September 1991

Auckland - TASTE OF HISTORY; Old houses used as restaurants. Windross, Bell House, Fencible, Hawthrone Dene, Shamrock Cottage. By Tricia O'Donnell: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - THE SELWYN CHURCHES; A remarkable group of early New Zealand wooden churches. By Jennifer Haworth: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - THE WILD WEST; An old hotel in Henderson has many tales to tell. Falls Hotel. 1854. By Dave Pearson: 53 - May 1995

Auckland - WINERY ESTATE PRESERVED; An historic Henderson property passes into public ownership. Corban 1902. By Richard Waugh: 53 - May 1995

Bay of Plenty - Archaeology - Sites tell the story of settlement long ago, investigation of archaeological sites near Manutuke reveals much about how people settled and lived in the area in times long ago for which there are no written records: 32 - March 1991

Bay of Plenty - Gisborne - A Battle Lost, Kaiti Freezing Works 1896, Mike Spedding: 45 - January 1994

Bay of Plenty - Gisborne - A Fair Field and Sunshine, Margaret Home Seivwright 1844-1905, Women's Suffrage, Sheila Robinson: 45 - January 1994

Bay of Plenty - Gisborne - Captain George Read 1815-1878, Father of Gisborne (Mike Crennell): 17 - June 1987

Bay of Plenty - Gisborne - Gisborne's Past Superbly Exposed: 32 - March 1991

Bay of Plenty - Gisborne - In a Suitable Setting - James Cook's 1769 landing site, Pam Bain: 45 - January 1994

Bay of Plenty - Gisborne District - Three Grand Homes, Opou - Acton, Riverslea 1883, Te Rau Kahikatea 1875, Waiohika 1926, James Blackburne & Sheila Robinson: 45 - January 1994

Bay of Plenty - Gisborne James Cook's landing site monument: 49 - September 1994

Bay of Plenty - Region - A Cherished Old Garden at Panikau Station, on the North Island's East Coast, a family still cares for a garden first laid out more than 70 years ago, 1921, Alfred Buxton, Edgar Taylor, landscape: 37 - June 1992

Bay of Plenty - Region - Historic Houses of Motiti Island. Maori: 25 - June 1989

Bay of Plenty - Rotorua - Historic Redwood Memorial Grove, 1902, Jill & Denis Friar: 41 - May 1993

Bay of Plenty - Rotorua - Rotorua's Bath House 1908: 24 - March 1989

Bay of Plenty - Rotorua - ROTORUA'S BLUE BATHS; A fine 1931 building awaits a new use, Thermal pool, 1885. By Philip Andrews: 59 - July 1996

Bay of Plenty - Rotorua - Sacred Land, Mokoia Island, Maori, Philip Andrews: 41 - May 1993

Bay of Plenty - Rotorua - ST CHAD'S CENTRE; the former 1925 St Luke's church hall in a new role. By Peggy Shanks: 59 - July 1996

Bay of Plenty - Rotorua - Te Runanga 1902 Tea House Saved, Alison Masters: 41 - May 1993

Bay of Plenty - Tarawera - HINEMIHI OF THE GOLDEN EYES; A notable Maori meeting house at Clandon Park in England, 1881 Wharenui, Te Wairoa. By Alan Gallop: 59 - July 1996

Bay of Plenty - Tarawera - NEW ZEALAND'S POMPEII; The secrets of a buried village, Tarawera 1886, Te Wairoa, Hazard, Volcano, volcanic eruption. By Tricia O'Donnell: 59 - July 1996

Bay of Plenty - Tauranga - Museum of Memories, Faulkner House, 1915 Mount Maunganui Primary School, Tricia O'Donnell: 41 - May 1993

Biography - Finding Peter Fraser's Highland Roots - Prime Minister of New Zealand 1940-1949, Fearn: 34 - September 1991

Canterbury - Akaroa - Preserving the Discreet Charm of Akaroa: 26 - September 1989

Canterbury - Akaroa - The Cradle of Canterbury; Banks Peninsula, Akaroa: 30 - September 1990

Canterbury - Albury - 1867 township, Opawa accommodation house: 38 - September 1992

Canterbury - Albury - THE ACCOMMODATING BUTTERWORTHS; Hospitality in 1859 pioneer South Canterbury family, Pareora, Opawa, 1873. By Gordon Ogilvie: 58 - May 1996

Canterbury - Amuri - Building in Limestone; Local stone was used for the early buildings at Karaka Creek in the Amuri, 1860s, by Steve Harrington: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Aoraki Te Mauka, Waitaki Te Awa, Kai Tahu Te Iwi, the lives of two 19th century Kai Tahu leaders illustrate the different paths taken by the tribe in its effort to secure a just settlement of its claim arising from European land purchases: 30 - September 1990

Canterbury - Ashburton - Disappearing Ashburton, demolition 1880 Crum Brick Kiln, 1879 County Hospital, 1910 Water Tower, 1922 Hampstead Memorial Hall: 27 - December 1989

Canterbury - Ashburton - Historic Railway Station, 1917, Michael Hanrahan: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Ashburton - Town Clocks, Rosemary Britten: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Ashburton District - Longbeach - Cottage for Restoration, 1857, Grigg, Sod, Edna Guthrie: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Ashley - Village life; Sefton epitomises the fortunes of Canterbury's country villages through the years, Pemberton 1860, by Hilary Wilson: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Barrhill - Wason's Dream, Rakia River, deserted village, Corwar Gate Lodge, museum, St John's Church, Michael Hanrahan: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Biography - The Architect of Ivey Hall - Frederick Strouts (1834-1919) Riseholme Riccarton Sir John Hall: 24 - March 1989

Canterbury - Cheviot Hills - From Sheep to Grapes, Pastoral Run, Waipara, Glenmark, George Moore, Vineyard, John Wilson: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Cheviot Hills - The "Great Wall" of Cheviot, 1865 fence, William Robinson, Pastoral Run, Margaret Wigley: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Cheviot Hills - William Robinson, Land for Settlement, Pastoral Run, Jim Gardner: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Christchurch - "A Splendid Structure" Solid red brick construction gives Woods Mill an imposing appearance, Addington, William Derisley Wood 1824-1904, Wood Brothers Flour Millers 1856, Windmill Antigua Street, by Jenny May: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - A Christchurch Landmark Church, St Peter's Church, Upper Riccarton: 32 - March 1991

Canterbury - Christchurch - A Home of True Art; Christchurch's charming 1950 Repertory Theatre is being restored to good heart, 1929 Radiant Hall,  H. Francis Willis Architect, Spanish Mission style, Thomas Edmonds, by Simon Williams: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - A Little Theatre; A large room in the Christchurch Arts Centre was once a key little theatre, Christchurch Boys' High School 1881, by Glyn Strange: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - Akaroa - Millstones and Our Flour Milling History: 37 - June 1992

Canterbury - Christchurch - Architecture - New Regent Street, 1932, Francis Willis: 27 - December 1989

Canterbury - Christchurch - Architecture - Unbuilt Christchurch, some of the buildings planned for Christchurch, but never built are described by Ian Lochhead, Armson, Mountfort, Harman, Cecil Wood: 33 - June 1991

Canterbury - Christchurch - Award for Cranmer Court - restoration, Normal School 1873-76: 27 - December 1989

Canterbury - Christchurch - Bi-cultural Taonga; A carved wakahuia in St Michael's is a striking symbol of change in the Anglican Church, tabernacle, pynx, by Jonathan Mane-Wheoki: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - Brewery's Heritage; Canterbury Brewery's Heritage Centre, Ward, Crown, 1860: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - Cashmere - Cracroft 1878 farm worker's stone dwellings: 33 - June 1991

Canterbury - Christchurch - Cashmere - Kennet House - A Charming Interior, a turn of the century Christchurch house, Macmillan Brown, Helen Connon, Hurst Seager: 36 - March 1992

Canterbury - Christchurch - Cashmere, Ngaio Marsh 1895-1982, A Loved 1906 Home, Architect Hurst Seager, Margaret Quigley: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Christchurch - Convent Saved; Music now echoes in the rooms of a once-threatened 1881 Catholic Convent and its Chapel, by John Wilson: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - Cracroft House, 1854-56, mud brick, John Cracroft Wilson: 36 - March 1992

Canterbury - Christchurch - Edmonds Garden, Thelma Strongman describes the development, and destruction, of a famous Ferry Rd factory garden, Thomas Edmonds 1923: 33 - June 1991

Canterbury - Christchurch - Elizabeth McCombs 1873-1835, A Woman Political Pioneer, Biography, Art Deco Women's Restroom, Thelma Strongman & Ann McEwan: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Christchurch - Emerging from Obscurity, Margaret Munro, Architect, Mary-Jane Duffy: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Christchurch - Engineer; Charles Y. O'Connor, 1843-1902: 51 - January 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - Former Glory; Ferns are flourishing again in the Mona Vale Fernery, Edwardian, 1906-07 Christchurch International Exhibition, Fendalton, Conservatory, by Barbara Allison: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - Hidden Treasure, Fitzgerald Avenue Villa, exuberant plaster work Jim Espie: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Christchurch - History of Christchurch's Drainage 1875-1989: 27 - December 1989

Canterbury - Christchurch - In her Formative Years; The Church of St Michael and All Angels had a profound impact on a young Ngaio Marsh, 1895-1982, 1851-1872 Anglican church, Reverend Harry Burton, by Jonathan Mane-Wheoki: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - Jane Deans, A Brave Woman, Riccarton, Marie Anticich: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Christchurch - Kate Sheppard, Fighting for the Vote, Women's Suffrage, Katherine Wilson Lovell-Smith, Judith Deualiant: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Christchurch - large illustration: A cross section through the transept of George Gilbert Scott's 1861 unexecuted design for Christchurch Cathedral: 33 - June 1991

Canterbury - Christchurch - Long Broadcasting Links, Gloucester Street 1926, 3YA Radio, Television Station, Chris Webb: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Christchurch - Luttrell Brothers, Shaping a City's Heritage, Ann McEwan: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Christchurch - Mary Ursula Bethell, A Poet's Garden, Rise Cottage, Cashmere, Alison Mary: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Christchurch - Memories Saved; The Nurses' Memorial Chapel is one of the country's most important memorials to women, hospital, 1927, by Ivan Thomson: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - Nazareth House, Sydenham, Orphanage 1910 demolition: 25 - June 1989

Canterbury - Christchurch - New Life for an Old House; Riccarton House is to be restored and given a new role, 1855-1899, by Stephen Cashmore: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - Stepping into History; Inside the 1927 Nurses' Memorial Chapel, by Ivan Thomson: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - The Garden at Riccarton; The mostly vanished gardens at Riccarton House had a long, intriguing history, 1843, by Thelma Strongman: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Christchurch - Two Cathedral Square Landmarks, United Service Hotel 1881, Government Buildings 1911: 30 - September 1990

Canterbury - Geraldine - Caring for a Legacy, St Mary's Church, 1882-83, John Wilson: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Glen Alton, Hororata 1866 (Richard Maffey): 17 - June 1987

Canterbury - Halswell - Tai Tapu - Rossendale Winery; A new winery finds an old home, Lansdowne Valley, Edward Stafford, 1875 Lodge: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Hurunui Locals Save Their Old Hotel 1868-9 (by John Wilson): 02 - September 1983

Canterbury - Kaikoura - Fyffe House Conservation, Chris Cochran outlines the work being done to conserve Kaikoura's oldest building, 1842-1854: 38 - September 1992

Canterbury - Kaikoura - Fyffe House Interior, By careful detective work Stephen Cashmore has established how Fyffe House was decorated in the past, 1842-1854-1863: 38 - September 1992

Canterbury - Kaikoura - Takahanga Pa, Anne Geelen looks at different aspects of the use of an historic pa site as a modern Marae, 1828: 38 - September 1992

Canterbury - Lincoln - A New Life for Ivey Hall, Lincoln College. Agriculture Education 1881, painting by Lady Ruth Burns: 24 - March 1989

Canterbury - Lyttelton - Port - 1876 Timeball Station - The Castle on the Hill, Harbour, Penny Chambers: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Lyttelton - Port - 1876 Timeball Station: 52 - March 1995

Canterbury - Lyttelton - Quail Island - An Island's Links with the Past, Farm, quarantine station, leper colony and now historic reserve-Quail Island has a varied and fascinating past: 32 - March 1991

Canterbury - Lyttelton - Rapaki - Lyttelton Harbour Maori Marae Kaik (John Wilson): 17 - June 1987

Canterbury - Lyttelton - Ripapa - The Fortress Island of Lyttelton Harbour, once a Maori pa, Ripapa Island was fortified following the Russian Scare of the 1880s. It is now a fascinating relic of Victorian engineering and defensive skills: 32 - March 1991

Canterbury - Mackenzie County - Burkes Pass, A Charming Family Home, Alma Cottage, 1870s, Cob, James Keefe, Jane Batchelor: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Mackenzie County - Burkes Pass, St Patrick's Church, 1872: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Mackenzie County - Fairlie - Tekapo - Raincliff - Memories of Pioneers, Pioneer Park, Burke's Pass, Margaret Quigley: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Mackenzie County - High Country Grandeur, Godley Valley, Sheep Stations, Margaret Quigley: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Mackenzie County - Lake Tekapo - At the Outlets, Lake Pukaki, 1862, John Wilson: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Mackenzie County - Race for the Summit, Jenny Haworth marks the centenary of the first ascent of Aoraki - Mount Cook, Tom Fyfe, George Graham: 50 - November 1994

Canterbury - Peel Forest - Enhancing an Historic Canterbury Garden - Peel Forest Estate, Francis Jollie, 1853, Graham Carr: 34 - September 1991

Canterbury - Pleasant Point - Old Wheel turns again - Parr's Mill water wheel near Pleasant Point, South Canterbury, Timaru windmill: 27 - December 1989

Canterbury - Pleasant Point - St Anne's Church, 1863, cemetery, Pleasant Valley, South Canterbury: 36 - March 1992

Canterbury - Region - Enduring Walls; Homesteads, Houses, Opawa Station, Mount Nessing Station, Rutherford, Janet Holm: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Region - In the Footsteps of an Ancestor's 1858 Epic - William Robinson: 31 - December 1990

Canterbury - Silverstream - Kimbell Cottages, restored cottages provide accommodation of character in a South Canterbury township: 33 - June 1991

Canterbury - Tai Tapu - Memories of a Classic Estate. In the 1950s the garden of Otahuna, near Christchurch, was still being run along the lines of a classic English estate, Robert Heaton Rhodes: 35 - December 1991

Canterbury - Tai Tapu - Otahuna homestead, Robert Heaton Rhodes 1861-1956, Architect Frederick Strouts: 40 - March 1993

Canterbury - Timaru - A Theatre to Envy; Timaru's Theatre Royal, 1877 conversion, Richard Turnbull, 1872: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Timaru - Ashburton - Rakaia - Stock and Station Agents, Karen Muller: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Timaru - Building a Port,  Timaru Harbour, 1870, John Wilson: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Timaru - Early Days in South Canterbury - The Levels Run near Timaru, Rhodes 1851 (Noel Crawford): 02 - September 1983

Canterbury - Timaru - Fairlie - Cave - Rugged Beauty, St David's Pioneer Memorial Church, 1930, Don Donovan: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Timaru - Jeanie Collier and Otaio (Airini Woodhouse). The Otaio Run. 1855 Otaio is a few Kilometres  south of Timaru: 02 - September 1983

Canterbury - Timaru - Region - Historic Stone Arch Bridges, Normanby, Saltwater Creek, Oipua, 1865, John Waugh: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Timaru - Ship to Shore, Timaru Harbour, 1859, John Wilson: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Timaru - TIMARU'S HERITAGE AUDIT; Timaru evaluates its heritage: 58 - May 1996

Canterbury - Timaru - TO A LIGHTHOUSE; The historic 1878 Tuhawaiki Point light, Ngai Tahu Maori chief 1844. By John Wilson: 58 - May 1996

Canterbury - Timaru - Trustbank Building, Italianate Victorian Edwardian: 47 - May 1994

Canterbury - Timaru's Collection of Fine Old Churches. Ecclesiastical architecture: 25 - June 1989

Canterbury - Waimate - Maori Chief, Te Huruhuru, 1854, Point Bush cemetery, Studholme, Ngai Tahu, John Wilson: 47 - May 1994

Cemeteries - Hebrew-lettered Tombstones cemetery grave (Odeda Rosenthal) Jewish: 17 - June 1987

Conservation - Conserving Old Cob, David Studholme, earth house, Waimate, Canterbury, Acheron, Marlborough: 36 - March 1992

Conservation - Preservation and Planning - Resource Management Act: 35 - December 1991

Conservation - Ruatoki, Te Waimana - conserving Marae Buildings, Maori: 36 - March 1992

Conservation - The way ahead in reform of preservation law: 26 - September 1989

Craft - Purl & Plain - Knitting in New Zealand: 25 - June 1989

Design - Maori - Pakeha Designs in Whare Tupuna: 31 - December 1990

Design - Maori - Works of Art Make Buildings Our Own - the genius of the Maori architectural tradition does not lie in the form of buildings but in their decoration: 31 - December 1990

East Cape - Industry - A Tale of Five Freezing Works, 1879: 27 - December 1989

East Cape - Maori Gardening at Anaura Bay: 26 - September 1989

East Cape - Region - Tolaga Bay Turangawaewae of Chiefs (by Kevin Jones): 02 - September 1983

East Cape - Waituhi - The 'Dream World' of Painted Rongopai..a painted meeting house at Waituhi, near Gisborne, associated with Te Kooti, embodies the religious and artistic impulses of the tangata whenua of the district. 1887: 29 - June 1990

Engineering - Notable Achievements of our Engineers - a series of plaques placed on historic structures throughout the country are reminders of the remarkable achievements of NZ's engineers in the past 150 years: 31 - December 1990

European discovery - Two Streams of Race First Flow Together. James Cook, contacts between Maori and European 1769: 28 - March 1990

Hawke's Bay - Capture at a Murderer's Hut, 1904, James Ellis, Poprangi Station 1884: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Hastings - City - 1882 St Aubyn Brewery, George Ellis, Edward Newbiggin, Burton Brewery: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Hastings - City - Revitalising Hastings, restoration heritage buildings, John Nash: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Hastings - Region - Fine Farm Buildings, Maraekakaho Station, Donald Maclean 1820-1877, Julia Gatley: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Havelock North - Schools in Fine Settings, Hereworth 1882, Woodford House, Hastings Boy's High School, Iona College, John Wilson: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Napier - A City and Its Heritage, Art Deco, Robert McGregor: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Napier - A Harbour Lost, Ahuriri, Patrick Parsons: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Napier - Architecture - Art Deco, Spanish Mission and Wine: 31 - December 1990

Hawke's Bay - Napier - Architecture - Indigenous Art Deco in New Zealand, Maori motif: 31 - December 1990

Hawke's Bay - Napier - Hukarere's Hidden Treasure, 1875 Girl's School, Maori, John Wilson: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Napier - Napier at Play, Art Deco Week-end, Robert McGregor: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Napier - Recent Napier Restorations, Rothmans, AMP, Daily Telegraph, Napier Club, Art Deco, Robert McGregor: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Napier - Shark Attack, cemetery, grave, Bright Cooper 1896: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Napier - Sites around the Inner Harbour, Archaeology, Elizabeth Pishief: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Napier - Wairoa - The Old Pubs of Mohaka, hotel 1859, George Thomson: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Onga Onga - Village Charms, Museum, Tikokino, Takapau, Juliet Holden: 45 - January 1994

Hawke's Bay - Petroglyph a Puzzle, Maori art: 25 - June 1989

Hawke's Bay - Region - Gummer Houses - Tauroa, Craggy Range, Arden, Te Mata, Art Deco, William Gummer 1884-1966: 36 - March 1992

Hawke's Bay - Te Aute's Long Traditions, Te Aute College, Maori, School, John Wilson: 45 - January 1994

Islands - AUCKLAND ISLANDS; 1849-1856, Hardwicke, Port Ross, settlement, Graveyard: 59 - July 1996

Islands - Auckland, Campbell, Our Subantarctic Heritage, Bruce Macdonald: 42 - July 1993

Islands - The Solander Islands - A Swedish Connection James Cook 1770 (by N C Begg): 02 - September 1983

Manawatu - Foxton - Church Becomes Theatre: The 1848 Presbyterian Church in Foxton: 37 - June 1992

Manawatu - Foxton - The Flax Industry of Foxton, 1888: 26 - September 1989

Manawatu - Foxton's Flax Industry, 1869, mill, Maori, Pownall, Tony Hunt: 46 - March 1994

Manawatu - Palmerston North - MANAWATU MUSEUM; relocated Awahou South School, 1875 Totaranui house: 57 - March 1996

Manawatu - Palmerston North - PECULIAR TO 'PALMY;' `Dendritic' curiousities in Palmerston North, 1920s concrete log fences. By Dorothy Pilkington & Cindy Lilburn: 57 - March 1996

Manawatu - Palmerston North - The People's Palace Saved, Regent Theatre 1930, Art Deco, Piet de Jong & Alister Browne: 46 - March 1994

Manawatu - Palmerston North - The 'Smiling Houses' of Savage Crescent, 1930s State houses,Piet de Jong: 46 - March 1994

Manawatu - Rangitikei - IN HARMONY WITH NATURE; A Chapman-Taylor masterpiece. 1911 Woodleigh Farm courtyard house. By John Vickers: 55 - September 1995

Manawatu - Ruahinr Ranges - Pouwhenua o Rangitane, Maori, stone carving sculpture posts, Tony Rasmussen: 46 - March 1994

Manawatu - Wanganui - A RELIC OF EARLY SURVEYING; Wanganui's old chain measure, 1880 Moutoa Gardens, Taupo Quay. By Athol Kirk: 55 - September 1995

Manawatu - Wanganui - A VETERAN CHURCH; 1866 St Peter's Wanganui survived being moved, Putiki Gonville. By Judith Crawley: 55 - September 1995

Manawatu - Wanganui - Durie Hill - Garden Cities and Planning, Samuel Hurst Seager, 1920, Ben Schrader: 43 - September 1993

Manawatu - Wanganui - Front Cover: Wanganui's Opera House, built in 1899, is one of the few wooden theatres of its size left in the world. Its original construction and careful conservation are both evidence of Wanganui's civic pride. The building is registered as a category 1 historic place by the Historic Places Trust: 55 - September 1995

Manawatu - Wanganui - Kai Iwi, Bushy Park; A 1906 Homestead Conserved, Jill & Denis Friar: 43 - September 1993

Manawatu - Wanganui - Local Effort Restores 1868 Wanganui Blockhouse: 27 - December 1989

Manawatu - Wanganui - On Main Street, Craig Mills: 43 - September 1993

Manawatu - Wanganui - River - Return to Jerusalem, 1892-1992, Suzanne Aubert: 37 - June 1992

Manawatu - Wanganui - Sarjeant Art Gallery, An Expression of Pride, Art Deco, 1919, Julia Gatley: 43 - September 1993

Manawatu - Wanganui - STEAMER SAVED; Raised from the river mud. Waimarie Paddle Steamer 1900. By Judith Crawley: 55 - September 1995

Manawatu - Wanganui - Wanganui's Grand Old Lady, 1900 Opera House, Judith Crawley: 43 - September 1993

Manawatu - Wanganui - WANGANUI'S VIRGINIA LAKE; A picturesque historical feature, Tainui Maori Pa, Hare 1862, 1940 Art Deco Winter Gardens. By Jillian Barr: 55 - September 1995

Manawatu - Wanganui - Whanganui Regional Museum, Rich Collections, Michelle Horwood: 43 - September 1993

Maritime - Symbols of Safety at Sea - a selection of Grant Sheehan's photos of historic 19th century lighthouses: 34 - September 1991

Marlborough - Awatere - Dashwood - Oak Tree Cottage, 1874, Alexander Linton: 38 - September 1992

Marlborough - Awatere - Double-decker Bridges, Geoffrey Thornton looks at an unusual type of bridge built in New Zealand: 38 - September 1992

Marlborough - Awatere - Dumgree Farm Buildings, Some old farm buildings on an historic 1849 Marlborough station fascinated John Wilson: 38 - September 1992

Marlborough - Awatere - Richmond Brook, Cynthia Brooks visits a fascinating old garden in the Awatere valley, Seymour Tancred Richmond, 1926: 38 - September 1992

Marlborough - Blenheim - Addiscombe, John Wilson visits a 1906 Blenheim guest house which is a living museum: 38 - September 1992

Marlborough - Blenheim - Landmark Hospitality Homesteads, Peppertree Homestead, Riverlands Run, Timara Lodge, 1924: 51 - January 1995

Marlborough - Blenheim - St Mary's Church, 1878: 38 - September 1992

Marlborough - Lake Grassmere Salt Works, Skellerup, 1955: 51 - January 1995

Marlborough - Picton - Blenheim - Railway Stations, Two of Marlborough's historic stations are described by Paul Mahoney, ferry Wahine 1930: 38 - September 1992

Marlborough - Rai Valley - Rai Cottage, A pioneer family's humble home is described by Kathleen Hadfield, 1881 slab cottage: 38 - September 1992

Marlborough - Restored Rewi Alley House opened. 1920-26 Moewatea Waverley: 27 - December 1989

Marlborough - Sounds - Early Days of Whaling, Arapawa Island, Jacky Guard, 1829, Perano, Tory Channel, Te Awaiti: 38 - September 1992

Marlborough - Sounds - Havelock - Innovation isn't Easy, Paul Mahoney describes the technological advances of an 1864  Pelorous Sound saw milling firm, William Brownlee, 1893 locomotive: 51 - January 1995

Marlborough - Sounds - James Cook's Landing Site of National Importance: 32 - March 1991

Marlborough - Sounds - Picton - Edward Tregear House Cynthia Brooks looks at the distinguished career of a former occupant of a Picton house: 38 - September 1992

Marlborough - Sounds - Picton - Edwin Fox, 1853, maritime centre, preservation: 51 - January 1995

Marlborough - Ugbrooke, Belinda Vavasour outlines the problems of caring properly for a large historic house, William Clifford, 1885: 38 - September 1992

Marlborough - Wairau - An Affray at the Wairau Gordon, Ogilvie takes a new look at a celebrated 1843 incident in Marlborough's history, massacre, tragedy, Te Raupahara, Blenkinsopp, Arthur Wakefield: 51 - January 1995

Marlborough - Wairau - Historic Home, Cynthia Brooks visits Langley Dale, one of Marlborough's most interesting old houses, 1857, William Adams: 51 - January 1995

Marlborough - Wairau - Murray Downs, Barbara Murray tells the story of her historic 1848 Marlborough farmhouse: 38 - September 1992

Nelson - City - Albion Square - History in the City's Heart: 35 - December 1991

Nelson - City - Historic Fairfield House Saved, 1868, Arthur Atkinson: 35 - December 1991

Nelson - City - Inner City Heritage - buildings of Nelson - Architecture: 35 - December 1991

Nelson - City - Nelson College, 1856, school: 51 - January 1995

Nelson - City - Nelson's Historic South Street Cottages 1851: 26 - September 1989

Nelson - City - Rich Legacy to Nelson, Thomas Cawthron 1833-1915, used his wealth to confer benefits on his home city, from a notable research institute to a waterfront safety chain, Fellworth house, 1868 Harley house: 35 - December 1991

Nelson - Collingwood - Water for Gold, Gerard Hindmarsh explores some of the old mining dams on the Collingwood goldfields, 1856: 51 - January 1995

Nelson - Geology - Quarries and Mines in Mineral Belt, Dun Mountain, part of the Nelson mineral belt, In an area of distinctive rocks near Nelson, the Maori found a valuable resource, argillite, from which they fashioned adzes. Later, European settlers briefly mined copper and chromium from the same belt of unusual rocks: 35 - December 1991

Nelson - Golden Bay - Abel Tasman's 18 December, 1642 first contact with the Maori, Wainui Bay, Ian Barber: 39 - December 1992

Nelson - Golden Bay - Bainham - A Challenge to Progress, Roy Sinclair finds old ways persisting at the 1924 Bainham Store and Post Office: 51 - January 1995

Nelson - Motueka - Upper Moutere - Nelson's Unique Hop Kilns, 1842 - Handpicking of Hops: 35 - December 1991

Nelson - Region - Two Nelson Homes with a Family Connection, 1867 Holton, Ruby Bay and Broadgreen, Stoke: 35 - December 1991

Nelson - Takaka - An Old Favourite, Chris Matthews tells of a local community's effort to save its former post office, 1900, Arts & Crafts Gallery: 51 - January 1995

Northland - Bay of Islands - Kaitaia - THE MISSION AT KAITAIA; Christianity comes to the Far North, Joseph Matthews, William Puckey, 1832, St Saviour's Church 1886-1984. Ry Rodney Foster: 56 - November 1995

Northland - Bay of Islands - Kerikeri - A COURAGEOUS ENTERPRISE; Ruins are a reminder of pioneer effort, stone house 1840-1858, John Edmonds 1801-1865. By Aidan Challis: 56 - November 1995

Northland - Bay of Islands - Kerikeri - Front Cover: The Stone Store, Kerikeri, is New Zealand's oldest surviving stone building and one of the "taonga" of the Kerikeri Basin historic area. The Historic Places Trust has just embarked on a major conservation project to ensure the building's survival: 56 - November 1995

Northland - Bay of Islands - Kerikeri - Kororipo; The Pa of Hongi Hika, Maori, Nick Hancox: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Kerikeri - REWA'S VILLAGE; An authentic Maori reconstruction, Kororipo 1992. By Joyce Mason: 56 - November 1995

Northland - Bay of Islands - Kerikeri - STOREKEEPERS AT KERIKERI; Keeping the shop at Kerikeri open, 1836 stone store, Kemp, Williams, Shepherd, Parrott, Norris, Cleave. By Nancy Pickmere: 56 - November 1995

Northland - Bay of Islands - Kerikeri - Two Races at Kerikeri, 1819-1860: 33 - June 1991

Northland - Bay of Islands - Kerikeri - VISION FOR KERIKERI; The Kerikeri Basin is a key historic area, Samuel Marsden 1815, Kemp house. By Nancy Pickmere: 56 - November 1995

Northland - Bay of Islands - Kororareka - 1839 Catholic Mission at Kororareka, Fergus Clunie: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Kororareka - 1841 Catholic Mission Printery, Fergus Clunie: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Kororareka - 1843 Tannery, Callaghan's Castle, Fergus Clunie: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Opua - 1919 Cream Trip: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Pahia - TWO HISTORIES; Twin Pines Tavern and its site have different histories. Auckland, Khyber Pass, Avona 1880s, Haruru Falls, Hotel 1868-1934By Tricia O'Donnell: 56 - November 1995

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - 1840 Duke of Marlborough Hotel: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - 1844-1896 St Peter & St Paul Church, Fergus Clunie: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - 1874 Government Immigrant's Cottage: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - A Building Resurrected, Pompallier house 1990 restoration, Fergus Clunie: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - A House That Never Was, Pompallier house 1975 restoration, Fergus Clunie: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - A Living Building, Pompallier house 1993 Printery, Fergus Clunie: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - A Town's Pride, Pompallier house, Henry Stephenson, 1905, Fergus Clunie: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - Flagpole, Maori: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - Help for Pompallier Restoration. Catholic mission: 26 - September 1989

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - Historic Character of Pompallier Garden: 32 - March 1991

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - Richard Greenway, A Fine Home, Pompallier 1841, Fergus Clunie: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - The French Connection, Jean-Baptist Pompallier, Catholic Missionary, Michael O'Meeghan: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - The Search for Reality, examination of the fabric of Pompallier house Fergus Clunie: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Russell - The View from the Balcony, Pompallier house, Gavin McLean: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Waimate - A Place you can visit - The 1831-2 Waimate Mission House: 02 - September 1983

Northland - Bay of Islands - Waimate - New Ground Broken at Te Waimate Mission 1830 farming: 29 - June 1990

Northland - Bay of Islands - Waitangi - A Symbol of Nationhood, James Busby's house built in 1830s. Waitangi 1831-32: 28 - March 1990

Northland - Bay of Islands - Waitangi - International National Trusts Conference, John Wilson: 40 - March 1993

Northland - Bay of Islands - Waitangi - The Maori Presence: Marae, Whare & Canoe, Waitangi 1840: 28 - March 1990

Northland - Classified buildings of Northland and Auckland: 26 - September 1989

Northland - Dargaville, 1914 - An Old Post Office Re-used, Julia Gatley: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Hokianga - Rawene - Waterside Town, Jennifer Haworth: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Kaipara - Matakohe - Museum, Jennifer Haworth: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Kaitaia - Museum - 1852 Broadwood cottage Grand Piano of Dunn Pioneers, Richard Henry Matthews, Joseph Matthews, Rodney Foster: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Kawakawa - Opua - Ruapekapeka - 1846, A Famous Battle,Maori War, John Wilson: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Mangamuka Marae, The Pride of Ngapuhi, John Wilson: 44 - November 1993

Northland - Mangonui - Captain William BUTLER HOUSE; Restoration of an early Northland house, circa 1845, Whaler Nimrod, Museum. By Jillian Friar: 56 - November 1995

Northland - Okahu - A SMALL SCHOOL'S CHANGES; A small rural building survives being moved and altered, 1894, Whakahara Wairoa River. By Hazel Simpkin: 56 - November 1995

Northland - Whangaroa - THE TRAGEDY OF THE BOYD; An unhappy incident of 1809 recalled, ship vessel, Maori Te Ara. By Neva Clarke McKenna: 56 - November 1995

Northland - Whangerei - BEACH TO BASIN; A new development on historic ground, town basin, docks vessel ship, 1846 Reyburn, Cafler. By Marion Spicer: 56 - November 1995

Otago - Central - "OUR REAL WORK" Mother Mary McKillop's stone cottage in Arrowtown has been restored. By Ray Clarkson: 54 - July 1995

Otago - Central - A HORTICULTURAL PIONEER; The beginnings of grape-growing in Central Otago. Jean Desire Feraud 1862 Clyde. By Sue Edwards: 54 - July 1995

Otago - Central - A Strong Building Stone, Galloway, Linnburn, Hardwicke Knight: 42 - July 1993

Otago - Central - An Early New Zealand Bicycle (Frank O'Leary) Patrick O'Leary, bicycle he built by hand in Lawrence in 1894 Author is grandson: 02 - September 1983

Otago - Central - Arrowtown - Cottage Restoration, Mother Mary Mackillop, Catholic Church, Jennifer Haworth: 42 - July 1993

Otago - Central - Clyde Belongs to No-one, 1862 township, Lois Galer: 42 - July 1993

Otago - Central - Early Moa Hunters, Hawksburn, Prehistory, Archaeology, Neville Peat: 42 - July 1993

Otago - Central - Hyde Bridge, Geoffrey Thornton describes the building of an historic Central Otago bridge, 1879 Taieri: 33 - June 1991

Otago - Central - McRae's Junction derelict church: 25 - June 1989

Otago - Central - MOUNT AURUM; Conservation of an historic 1860s Skippers homestead. By Margaret Quigley: 54 - July 1995

Otago - Central - Ophir - 1886 Stone Post Office, Heritage of the South: 42 - July 1993

Otago - Central - OPHIR'S HIDDEN TREASURES; Charm and history make Ophir a special place. 1863 Gold Rush, Court House. By Lois Caler: 54 - July 1995

Otago - Central - Otago Gold - based on Vincent Pyke's History of Early Gold Discoveries in Otago: 24 - March 1989

Otago - Central - Oturehua - Ida Valley - 1884, From Flour Mill to Home , Lois Galer: 42 - July 1993

Otago - Central - Re-discovering Gold in Central Otago: 26 - September 1989

Otago - Central - THE CHINESE AT ARROWTOWN; Fascinating reminders of Central Otago's Chinese miners. Ah Lum. Gold Rush. By Roy Sinclair: 54 - July 1995

Otago - Central - The Last Days of Cromwell's Chinatown, Chinese emigrants 1865-: 26 - September 1989

Otago - Central - TRUST PROPERTY; 1883 Ophir Post Office: 54 - July 1995

Otago - Dunedin - 1883 Grand Hotel, 1969 Southern Cross Hotel: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Dunedin - 1913 National Bank: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Dunedin - A conception of a city of consequence; Dunedin Municipal Chambers 1878: 30 - September 1990

Otago - Dunedin - A House on the Move, George Emery describes the family effort that saved an 1858 Dunedin house, Moray Place, Haywood Street: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Dunedin - A House Transformed, Elsinore, Pitt Street, Salmond Architect 1922, Arts & Crafts, Hanlon Barrister: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Dunedin - A Jewish Heritage, Odeda Rosenthal discovers that Olveston has an intriguing extra dimension, Maori Hill, Theomin, House: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Dunedin - A Major Landmark Safe, Lois Galer considers the future of Dunedin's 1906 Railway Station: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Dunedin - A Modern Masterpiece, Michael Findlay celebrates Dunedin's other important transport building, 1939 Art Deco Road Transport Building, Terminus, Early Settlers Museum: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Dunedin - A Sad Loss to Dunedin - 1865 Edinburgh House Demolished (by Shelley Griffiths): 02 - September 1983

Otago - Dunedin - a Victorian City?: 31 - December 1990

Otago - Dunedin - Broad Bay - The 1909 House that James Fletcher Built, Lois Galer: 39 - December 1992

Otago - Dunedin - Cargill's Castle - A Dunedin Ruin 1877: 24 - March 1989

Otago - Dunedin - CELEBRATING DUNEDIN HOMES; A notable new book on Dunedin houses. Architecture, Manono, Petre, Bishopgrove, Kifsgate. By John Wilson: 56 - November 1995

Otago - Dunedin - George Street Precinct buildings: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Dunedin - Otago Origins, Julia Galley looks at the early Dunedin years of a major New Zealand company, James Fletcher 1886-1974, 1911 Broad Bay house: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Dunedin - Peace in the City, Lois Galer describes how an abandoned circa 1872 Sexton's cottage has been restored for living in again, Northern Cemetery: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Dunedin - Shaping a University, Rosemary Entwistle looks at the origins of the 1879 bluestone buildings of the University of Otago: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Dunedin - Stuart Street Terraced Houses, 1901-02: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Dunedin - Tunnel of 1875 still used by Dunedin Walkers, John Cargill: 24 - March 1989

Otago - Kurow - HEALTH SCHEME'S GENESIS; The Kurow origins of social security, McMillan, Arnold Nordmeyer. By Rodney Grater: 58 - May 1996

Otago - Maheno - THE KURIHEKA ESTATE; A notable North Otago rural property, Joseph Cowie Nichols, 1889 homestead, Pastoral Station. By Tim Nichols & Pamela Spite: 58 - May 1996

Otago - Moeraki - A Unique Window, Fiona Ciaran uncovers the truth about an 1891 stained glass window in Moeraki's 1862 Kotahitanga Church: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Oamaru -  1883 Woollen Mills: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Oamaru -  Bookbinder, Michael O'Brien, Tyne Street Bindery, craft: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Oamaru - A CLASSICAL MASTERPIECE; A sometimes overlooked Oamaru building, 1883 Columba Church. By Beverley Ross: 58 - May 1996

Otago - Oamaru - A Community's Heritage, former Post Office, Waitaki District Council building: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Oamaru - A Great Ambition Realised, Tom Gallagher looks at the building of Oamaru's 1893-1918 St Patrick's Basilica, Catholic: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Oamaru - A Home on Family Land, Michael Hanrahan tells the story of an imposing house that is now a school, Redcastle 1903, St Kevin's College, St John Maclean Buckley: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Oamaru - A Victorian Town at Work, Lois Galer explores Oamaru's fascinating Harbour - Tyne Streets precinct: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Oamaru - Bank to Gallery, Sheridan Dickson tells how the Forrester Art Gallery found its home in the 1884 Bank of New South Wales building: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Oamaru - Getting back into Business, David Wilson outlines the Whitestone Civic Trust's hopes for Oamaru: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Oamaru - Oak Trees as first World War Memorials, Beverley Ross explains the origins of some of the fine trees which grace the North Otago landscape: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Oamaru - The Whitestone City, Sydney Muirhead examines the work of architects who gave Oamaru its superb buildings: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Palmerston - LAND FOR THE PEOPLE; A memorial to an influential Minister of Lands, John McKenzie -1901, Puketapu. By Dorothy McKenzie: 58 - May 1996

Otago - Region - North Otago Secret, Lois Galer visits three of North Otago's wonderful old homesteads, Otekaieke 1876-79, Cumbria 1876-89, Tokarahi 1878: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Region - STAYING IN STYLE; Two appealing places to stay in North Otago, 1889 Pen-y-bryn Lodge Oamaru, circa 1898 Burnside homestead. By Lois Gofer: 58 - May 1996

Otago - Region - Sturdy Dry Stone Walls: 37 - June 1992

Otago - Taieri - The Jewel of West Taieri, Woodside Manor, The Poplars 1866, Francis McDiarmid, Ray Beardsmore outlines the history of a charming country homestead: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Totara - Maheno - Totara Estate 1868 stone buildings and Clark's 1866-67 water-powered Flour Mill at Maheno: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Waianakarua Bridges, two noble stone bridges in North Otago, 1869, 1874: 36 - March 1992

Otago - Waikouaiti - Matanaka Farm, Johnny Jones, Whaler, 1843: 49 - September 1994

Otago - Waitaki - Crucible of Social Change, Helen Stead examines the significance of the Waitaki Hydro scheme in New Zealand's history, engineering 1928-1935, village: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Waitaki - Duntroon - Caring for Maori Rock Art, Gerard O'Regan describes the steps being taken to put the management of North Otago's rock art sites on a new footing: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Waitaki - Kurow - Built to Last, Ann McEwan visits a possibly unique ecclesiastical building in Kurow, St Alban's Vicarage and Chapel, 1892-94: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Waitaki - Mackenzie - 1879 Omarama Hotel: 50 - November 1994

Otago - Waitaki - Mackenzie - High over Omarama, Gliding pioneers describe the place of Omarama in the history of gliding in New Zealand, 1950: 50 - November 1994

Prehistory - Books on New Zealand's Prehistory (by Kevin Jones) lists books and brief details of contents Maori: 02 - September 1983

Prehistory - Mythology - Kupe, the Discoverer of a New Land: 28 - March 1990

Prehistory - Rock Art Heritage, Maori culture, South Canterbury, Philippa Graham: 47 - May 1994

Prehistory - The Notice Boards of Past Generations, A ground-breaking 1990 publication highlights the importance of Maori place names in retaining knowledge about NZ's more distant human past: 32 - March 1991

Preservation - PRESERVING EARTH BUILDINGS Report on a study course on preserving earthen heritage. By Ian Bowman: 53 - May 1995

Preservation Issues - Waimate County Council Building; MacLean's Mansion, Christchurch; Plimmer House Wellington; Bulls Post Office; Opihi Rock Drawings, South Canterbury: 02 - September 1983

Religion - Churches illustrate impact of new faith - the construction and decoration of three representative North Island churches provide an insight into Maori acceptance of the new faith of Christianity.: 29 - June 1990

Religion - Manawatu - Ratana Faith Based on Visions and Healing. Maori 1925: 29 - June 1990

Religion - Waikato - The Tapu Tradition of Ringatu Houses. The meeting houses associated with the Maori leader Te Kooti and with the Ringatu religion which he founded are tapu places in a very special senses of that word: 29 - June 1990

Southland - Backcountry Musterers' Hut Reconstructed, Mataura, Fairlight, Sheep Run Station: 37 - June 1992

Southland - CHANGE COMES TO MURIHIKU Maori and Pakeha meet in Southern New Zealand. Tuturau, Mataura River, John Turnbull Thomson 1856. By Harry Evison: 54 - July 1995

Southland - COOKSHOP TO HOMESTAY An old farm building converted for accommodation. Castlerock Run Station 1857. By Rachel Egerton: 54 - July 1995

Southland - Fiordland - A Conservation Pioneer, Richard Henry, Resolution Island, 1894, Tim Higham: 42 - July 1993

Southland - Fiordland - A LONELY STONE HOUSE A relic of the Depression at the mouth of Milford Sound. 1932 Anita Bay. By Rachel Egerton: 54 - July 1995

Southland - Fiordland - ELECTRICITY FOR SOUTHLAND; The 1925 Lake Monowai power station scheme celebrates an anniversary. By William Thomas: 54 - July 1995

Southland - Fiordland -HISTORY IN A WILD PLACE; Remote Dusky Sound has many historic sites. James Cook 1773 Raven Brittania 1792  Fiordland. By Martin Chamberlain: 54 - July 1995

Southland - Gore - An Historic 1877 Flour Mill, Fleming, Creamota, Chris Chapman: 42 - July 1993

Southland - INDUSTRY AT TIWAI POINT Stone was once worked where the Aluminium Smelter stands. Maori Prehistory Adze Archaeology. By Karl Gillies: 54 - July 1995

Southland - Invercargill -  1864 Hall, Heritage of the South: 42 - July 1993

Southland - Invercargill -  Saving an Old Bank, 1904 Bank of New South Wales, Hamish Carter: 42 - July 1993

Southland - Invercargill -  Utility and Beauty, 1889 brick water tower, Hamish Carter: 42 - July 1993

Southland - Invercargill - CITY OF MAGNIFICENT EDIFICES Invercargill has lost fine streetscapes. Architecture 1884 engravings. By Jonathan Mane-Wheoki: 54 - July 1995

Southland - Invercargill - LIVING HISTORY; Invercargill's fine 1906 Edwardian Town Hall. Civic Theatre. By Carolyn Carruthers: 54 - July 1995

Southland - Port Craig - Wooden Viaducts, Sawmilling, School, Wharf, Paul Mahoney: 42 - July 1993

Southland - Queenstown - A Cottage Under Threat, John Williams, 1866, Lois Galer: 42 - July 1993

Southland - Queenstown - John WILLIAMS COTTAGE SAVED; A Queenstown 'old-timer' is now safe. Circa 1866. By Lois Caler: 54 - July 1995

Southland - Queenstown - LADY OF THE LAKE; A veteran steamer still sails on Lake Wakatipu. Earnslaw 1911. By Jennifer Haworth: 54 - July 1995

Southland - Queenstown - Skippers Valley 1879, New Life for an Old School, Neville Peat: 42 - July 1993

Southland - REBUILDING PART OF HIS PAST; An old bush loco remembered from childhood, Porakino Valley Longwoods. By Tim Higham: 54 - July 1995

Southland - Region - A glimpse into life last century on a Southland Station - Birchwood Homestead - Marion Ivey: 26 - September 1989

Southland - VOLUNTEERS AT WORK; A Southland scheme to get conservation work done. Glenlapa Sod Hut, Maori Beach, Stewart Island, Fiordland. By Ken Bradley: 54 - July 1995

Taranaki - Hawera - A YACHT LAKE; Sailing model boats in Hawera, 1914 King Edward Park. By Arthur Fryer: 55 - September 1995

Taranaki - Hawera - Book Review; A Little Bit of History, Arthur Fryer, 1994. South Taranaki - Hawera History: 49 - September 1994

Taranaki - Hawera - HAWERA'S WATER TOWER; A town's major landmark 1912-1914. By Clifford Searle: 55 - September 1995

Taranaki - Hawera - Tawhiti Museum brings Taranaki's history vividly to life, models, dioramas: 36 - March 1992

Taranaki - HISTORIC TARANAKI PA; Two pa in dramatic coastal settings. Kapuni, Ngateko Wharanui Waimate Pa, Orangituapeka Pa Maori Ngati Toa, Harriet 1834, John Guard. By Hugh Barr: 55 - September 1995

Taranaki - Hurworth, Richmond Cottage; Colonial Heritage: 43 - September 1993                 

Taranaki - IN MANY SHAPES AND SIZES; Local halls in the Taranaki countryside, Brixton, Koturatahi, Waitui, Toko, Koru Oakura, Whitecliffs, Pukearuhe, Waitaanga, Tahora, Matapu, Makaka, Ngaere, et al. By Nigel Prickett: 55 - September 1995

Taranaki - IWI FLOUR MILLS; Early Maori enterprise in Taranaki, Komene, Okeanui, Richard Rundle, Johann Riemenschneider, Warea Missionary 1846-1860. By Kelvin Day: 55 - September 1995

Taranaki - Mount Egmont - On the Mountain, Camphouse, Syme Hut, Egmont Hostel, Paul Mahoney: 43 - September 1993

Taranaki - New Plymouth - 1876 Pukekura Park: 49 - September 1994

Taranaki - New Plymouth - A BOLD VENTURE; Origins of the New Zealand oil industry, Moturoa refinery, 1865 1912 1964. By Ron Lambert: 55 - September 1995

Taranaki - New Plymouth - Moturoa, 1840 Mission School, A Place of Learning, Sally Maclean: 43 - September 1993

Taranaki - Oakura- The Wreck of the Gairloch, 1903 shipwreck steamer: 26 - September 1989

Taranaki - Putiki - St Paul's Church, Headstone Re-dedicated; Reverend John Mason 1810-1843: 43 - September 1993

Taranaki - Stratford, Taumaranui, Tangarakau; Short but Sweet, Public Works Department construction town, Peter Hodge: 43 - September 1993

Taranaki - Taranaki's Red Brick Roads, Ron Lambert: 43 - September 1993

Taranaki - Waitara - An Inconclusive War- the first Taranaki War broke out in 1860: 28 - March 1990

Taranaki - Waitara - Pukerangiora Pa, An Ancient Stronghold, Maori, Hugh Barr: 43 - September 1993

Taranaki - Waitara - Working to Overcome the Legacy of War. Owae Marae, above the town of Waitara, statue and a carved meeting house, memorials to Sir Maui Pomare: 28 - March 1990

Transport - Waka are an Enduring Legacy of 1990, Canon Wi Huata has described the waka built by various tribes for different 1990 observances as "an investment in our future as iwi and as a nation" Maori canoe: 31 - December 1990

Victoriana - A Love Affair with Doulton, preparation for a forthcoming major exhibition has uncovered wonderful pieces of Royal Doulton china in many New Zealand collections: 37 - June 1992

Victoriana - Collectable Boxes, old containers for all sorts of items and goods are in many cases commonplace and often discarded, but they can arouse pleasant nostalgia and are interesting to collect: 36 - March 1992

Victoriana - Colourful Rugs are Lessons in History, Persian carpets have been a feature of New Zealand interiors since last century: 35 - December 1991

Victoriana - Teapots, The great variety of old teapots found in New Zealand homes and museums has fascinated John Webster: 33 - June 1991

Victoriana - Toys of Colonial Times, Peggy Armstrong & Denise Jackson: 39 - December 1992

Victoriana - Worktables, The delights of old worktables are considered by Judith Doyle: 38 - September 1992

Waikato - Hamilton - FRANKTON: WHEN RAIL RULED; Railway history at a once-busy 1877 junction. By Laura Kellaway: 59 - July 1996

Waikato - Kuranui - KURANUI'S HISTORIC POLE; A nineteenth century niu pole is still standing, circa 1845, Kaimai, Motai Te Pakaru -1968,. By Nora Martelletti: 59 - July 1996

Waikato - Mercer - MEMORIES OF MERCER; A riverside town through the years, 1864, Michael Walsh, 1890. By Carole Stewart: 59 - July 1996

Waikato - National Park - Memorial Cairn, Arthur Bates tells the story of a 1927 memorial on Mount Ruapehu, tragedy: 48 - July 1994

Waikato - National Park - Style in Wild Country; The Chateau Tongariro, 1929, Bidwell 1839: 37 - June 1992

Waikato - Ngaruawahia - The Maori Struggle for Mana Motuhake, two buildings in the Waikato are important reminders of Maori efforts to exercise the autonomous political power of which they were deprived by Pakeha-dominated political institutions: 30 - September 1990

Waikato - Region - Settlement at Opotaka, Tony Walton describes the excavation of an archaeological site on Lake Rotoaira, 1840s, Motuopuhi, Kotukutuku, Maori, history: 48 - July 1994

Waikato - Tamahere - A Peace Made, Wiremu Tamehana, Maori, 1865, Ted Doolin: 41 - May 1993

Waikato - Taupo - Pukawa: Peace and History..at the southern end of Lake Taupo, the peaceful settlement of Pukawa has a history important to both Maori and Pakeha, Potatau Te Wherowhero 1856, Oreti: 37 - June 1992

Waikato - The First Te Kooti House, Maori 1882: 29 - June 1990

Waikato - THE WAR FOR THE WAIKATO; The sites of battles of the Waikato Campaign, Battle of Orakau, Maori Tainui Ngati Maniapoto, 1863, Mangatawhiri. By Jennifer Haworth: 59 - July 1996

Waikato - Waiouru - ARMY MUSEUM; A memorial and a museum. By Jennifer Haworth: 55 - September 1995

Waikato - Waitomo - Caves and a 1908 Heritage Hotel, Jennifer Haworth: 41 - May 1993

Wairarapa - An Historic Wairarapa Church, Burnside 1875: 30 - September 1990

Wairarapa - Carterton - Survival and Revival, Margaret Christensen reviews Carterton's success in saving its 1880 Railway Station: 48 - July 1994

Wairarapa - Classical Grandeur, John Wilson examines the architecture and setting of a fine Wairarapa homestead, classical revival villa, Whangaimoana 1870s: 48 - July 1994

Wairarapa - Dannevirke - An Ornament to our Town, Sarah Brown examines Dannevirke's former 1908 Carnegie Public Library: 48 - July 1994

Wairarapa - Downtown in Feilding, architecture, building, Dorothy Pilkington: 46 - March 1994

Wairarapa - Featherston - Hard-working Locomotive, Fell Engine Museum, Railway, Noel Meek describes the efforts to preserve the last remaining Fell locomotive: 48 - July 1994

Wairarapa - Feilding - Restoring Te Tikanga, Anaru Kimura investigates the history of a Meeting House which is being restored: 33 - June 1991

Wairarapa - Fine Home's Long History, Fareham House, William Barton, Janet Drummond visits the magnificent Fareham House in Featherston: 48 - July 1994

Wairarapa - Masterton - Family Homes, Margaret Christensen visits four Masterton houses with a common family connection, Myer Caselburg: 48 - July 1994

Wairarapa - Matakitaki a Kupe, Haami Te Whaiti explores a significant section of the South Wairarapa coastline, Maori Prehistory, Mythology: 48 - July 1994

Wairarapa - Pahiatua - A New Life, Jean Eddie visits the site of the Polish children's war refugee camp near Pahiatua, 1944: 48 - July 1994

Wairarapa - Pahiatua - Courthouse Conversion, Jean Eddie celebrates Pahiatua's successful re-use of its 1884 courthouse: 48 - July 1994

Wairarapa - Pahiatua - Mangatainoka- An Old Brewery, Angus McCallum tells the story of Mangatainoka's 1889 brewery, Wagstaff: 48 - July 1994

Wairarapa - Rangitikei - A Grand Family Home, Merchiston 1906, , Hammond, Jim Lundy: 46 - March 1994

Wairarapa - Rangitikei - Merchiston's Fountain, 1907-07 Christchurch International Exhibition, Hammond: 46 - March 1994

Wairarapa - Scandinavian Settlement, An Inspiring Past, Gareth Winter goes searching for reminders of the Scandinavian settlers, Mauriceville, Lutheran, Sweden, Denmark: 48 - July 1994

War - Legacy of War: Race Relations and Memorials: 30 - September 1990

Wellington - City - "And Save the Babies" Melrose, Truby King 1858-1938, Plunket Society, park mausoleum, 1925 Karitane Hospital,  Julia Gatley: 46 - March 1994

Wellington - City - 1858 Nairn Street Cottage: 17 - June 1987

Wellington - City - A Heart for the Capital, refurbished historic buildings, Judith Doyle: 46 - March 1994

Wellington - City - A Home for the Governor, 1847 Government House, Colonel Wakefield, Stephen Cashmore: 46 - March 1994

Wellington - City - A LANDMARK RESTORED; A new use for Wellington's 1876 Government Buildings, 1897, 1907 extensions. By Michael Kelly: 57 - March 1996

Wellington - City - A Literary Dolls' House, The Katherine Mansfield Birthplace at last has the dolls' house many visitors look for, Beauchamp: 36 - March 1992

Wellington - City - A Literary Plot, The Terrace, Katherine Mansfield, Beauchamp garden, Kerry Carman: 46 - March 1994

Wellington - City - A Waterfront Heritage, Queen's Wharf, refurbished historic buildings, Ian Rogers: 46 - March 1994

Wellington - City - Antrim House, 1905, Robert Hannah: 36 - March 1992

Wellington - City - Architecture - Hunting the King of Beasts in Wellington; Lions adorn buildings, monuments and fountains: 30 - September 1990

Wellington - City - Architecture - Victorian Gothic to Edwardian Baroque parliament: 30 - September 1990

Wellington - City - Born Again K.A.T.E., 1918 Khandallah Automatic Telephone Exchange, Judy Siers: 46 - March 1994

Wellington - City - Cemetery - A Place also of Life - abridged and edited version of the speech given by Margaret Alington at the opening of the extension to the Bolton Street Memorial Park: 34 - September 1991

Wellington - City - Cemetery - Bolton Street Memorial Park: 34 - September 1991

Wellington - City - DANGER & OPPORTUNITY; Wellington leads the way in heritage protection. Heritage Inventrory, Preservatio, Draft District Plan, Art Deco, Awfulise, Awfulisation, Awfulisers. By Con Flinkenberg: 57 - March 1996

Wellington - City - Furnishing a Literary Shrine "In Period" Wellington birthplace of famous New Zealand writer, Katherine Mansfield, Beauchamp, The Terrace, 1884-1894: 35 - December 1991

Wellington - City - Heritage Award Winner - Arena Night Club, Wakefield Street, Art Deco: 27 - December 1989

Wellington - City - John Ballance birthplace project, journalist & politician 1839-1893: 27 - December 1989

Wellington - City - Landmarks Saved and Lost - St Gerard's Monastery: 25 - June 1989

Wellington - City - Loss of Heritage Buildings has Harmed Wellington, Stephen Rainbow: 34 - September 1991

Wellington - City - Motorway Threat Persists - in the early 1970s, construction of Wellington's Urban Motorway wreaked havoc with the historic heritage of the inner suburb of Thorndon. Now it’s possible extension threatens buildings and precincts on the other side of the inner city, Cuba Street, National Art Gallery & Museum: 34 - September 1991

Wellington - City - OBSERVATORIES IN THE WELLINGTON BOTANIC GARDEN; Landmarks in the history of astronomy, Provincial Observatory 1862, Hector Dominion Observatory 1907, Carter Observatory 1941. By Wayne Orchiston: 57 - March 1996

Wellington - City - Refurbishing Older Buildings for Re-Use Victoria University's Hunter Building, Shed 7 on Wellington Waterfront: 32 - March 1991

Wellington - City - St James Theatre, 1912, His Majesty's Theatre: 46 - March 1994

Wellington - City - St Peter's church, Restored to Splendour: 32 - March 1991

Wellington - City - State Insurance Building, Lambton Quay, an agreeable oddity or a critical part of our heritage, Art Deco architecture 1940: 26 - September 1989

Wellington - City - The Capital City's Heritage, architecture, buildings, Stephen Rainbow: 46 - March 1994

Wellington - City - The Stained Glass of Antrim House (by Jock Philips and Chris Maclean) Art Nouveau Art Deco: 02 - September 1983

Wellington - City - The Wild into Garden - Wellington's Botanic Garden 1840: 24 - March 1989

Wellington - City - Three Restorations - Karori Cemetery 1924 Cast Iron Phone Box, 1885 Rowing Club, 1854 Taita Christ Church: 36 - March 1992

Wellington - City - To Defend the Capital City: on high points around Wellington Harbour are the remains of fortifications built to defend the city against attack from the sea, Fort Ballance, Fort Dorset, Fort Opau: 37 - June 1992

Wellington - City - Wellington High School 1886 Technical College 1924: 17 - June 1987

Wellington - City - Wellington's Fate, demolition, Lindis Taylor and Judy Frost-Evans: 17 - June 1987

Wellington - City - Windows Earn Chapel Top Classification Karori Cemetery Crematorium and Chapel: 25 - June 1989

Wellington - Evans Bay - HIGH & DRY; Wellington's 1863 patent slip is under threat, ship vessel. By Pat Winton: 57 - March 1996

Wellington - Horowhenua - Shannon - A SUCCESSFUL COLONIST; A Horowhenua township bears George Shannon's name, 1885. By Dorothy Pilkington: 57 - March 1996

Wellington - Hutt Valley - COTTAGE MUSEUM; The Golder family's 1876 Upper Hutt home is a charming museum. By Christopher Moor: 57 - March 1996

Wellington - Hutt Valley - Haywards Homestead: 33 - June 1991

Wellington - Hutt Valley - NORBURY, LOWER HUTT; 1904 Baron George von Sedlitz house: 58 - May 1996

Wellington - Hutt Valley - PRIDE OF THE PROVINCE; Te Omanga - an historic and much-loved 1840 Lower Hutt garden, Woburn, Belle Vue: 57 - March 1996

Wellington - Hutt Valley - State House Interior, Tony Simpson reflects on the cultural significance of a recreated 1950 State house lounge: 33 - June 1991

Wellington - Hutt Valley - Taita 1854 Christ Church fire restoration: 33 - June 1991

Wellington - Levin - Kikopiri - restoration of an 1889 meeting house (by Anne Geelen) Ohau, near Levin: 02 - September 1983

Wellington - ON BOARD THE ENDEAVOUR; Across the Tasman to Sydney under sail. The Chairman of the Board of the Historic Places Trust describes his  voyage across the Tasman in the replica of James Cook's ship. By Tim Beaglehole: 57 - March 1996

Wellington - Otaki - Good Health at Otaki, 1932 Health Camp, Rotunda, Margaret Tennant: 46 - March 1994

Wellington - Petone - Provincial Memorial now a Local Museum 1940 Art Deco: 31 - December 1990

Wellington - Petone - Special Precinct Protects Workers Dwellings - Petone's Patrick Street 1906 state houses: 26 - September 1989

Wellington - Porirua - The Storied Past of Pauatahanui (M A Fleming): 02 - September 1983

Wellington - Porirua - Wellington's Frontier, Harbour, Plimmerton, 1840s, Te Rauparaha, Peter Hodge: 46 - March 1994

Wellington - STRAIT ACROSS; 1935 Pioneering flights, Cook Strait Airways, Rongotai, aeroplane, aircraft, airline. By Richard Waugh: 57 - March 1996

Wellington - Waikanae - Kapiti Coast - Buried in the Sand - A History of Waikanae and the Kapiti Coast. Te Rauparaha: 24 - March 1989

Wellington - Wairarapa - Akitio - Through the Surf, Elizabeth Picken talks to a Bullocky about the beach landing at Akitio: 48 - July 1994

West Coast - A Remarkable Old Track, The Roberts Point track afforded early visitors to Franz Josef Glacier magnificent view of the icefall, 1907: 37 - June 1992

West Coast - Abel Tasman's 1642 West Coast Landfall, Charleston, Cape Foulwind, Colin Amodeo: 39 - December 1992

West Coast - Awarua - Big Bay's Hidden Past, Julia Bradshaw ventures to the far south to look at a remote bay's interesting history, 1863: 51 - January 1995

West Coast - Buller - Denniston - Coalfield Heritage, Les Wright tells the story of the abandoned coalmining townshipof Coalbrookdale above Denniston: 51 - January 1995

West Coast - Buller - Westport Buildings a Marvellous Pair, two local government buildings in Westport have been classified by the HPT in recognition of their importance as examples of NZ's inter-war architecture, Art Deco: 32 - March 1991

West Coast - Epic of New Zealand Exploration; setting out from Nelson in 1846 Thomas Brunner journeyed through the Buller Gorge and down the West Coast of the South Island: 35 - December 1991

West Coast - Goldfields - Chinese on the Goldfields, Rona Adshead looks at the arrival of Chinese miners on the West Coast, 1867, Hokitika, Greymouth,  cemetery: 51 - January 1995

West Coast - Goldfields - The High Price of Gold, Janet Holm discovers that many early West Coast explorers and surveyors met their deaths by drowning: 51 - January 1995

West Coast - Greymouth - The Old Lives on in the New, Phil Tumataroa describes the saving of notable windows from a doomed 1888 St Patrick's church: 51 - January 1995

West Coast - Historic Huts of Westland, mountain, mountaineering, climbing, recreation: 37 - June 1992

West Coast - Hokitika - Aviation Heritage, Richard Waugh stakes a claim for the West Coast as a place of importance in aviation history, 1934, Arawata, Haast, Glaciers, Jackson Bay: 51 - January 1995

West Coast - Hokitika - Caring for Hokitika's Heritage, Customhouse, Quay: 27 - December 1989

West Coast - Okarito - James Donovan's 1866 Store: 51 - January 1995

West Coast - Reefton - Big River Mine, Les Wright fossicks round what remains on the site of an historic goldmine near Reefton, 1886: 51 - January 1995

West Coast - Ross - 1869 St Patrick's Church, Goldfields: 51 - January 1995