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You have the right to ask for a copy of any personal information government agencies hold about you The Privacy Act 1993 is the main law that sets out your rights to your information. Contact details are provided below for the main government care service agencies that may hold information about you. Government records may be missing or incomplete Sometimes agencies you have dealt with may hav...
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Media release 14 August 2019 New home for New Zealand taonga Released by Minister Martin's Office Plans for a new Archives facility to improve the protection of and access to some of New Zealand’s most significant and valuable documents were announced by Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin today. “The plan we’re looking at would solve the issues with the existing Archives building by crea...
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When using our archival records within your research, it is important to include the archives references, even if the work is not going to be published. Doing so ensures that your research can be verified, and that future researchers can locate the records used in your work. This guide will show you how to cite records correctly. If you intend to publish or publicly exhibit your work, you must...
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Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga (Archives) is committed to making our website as accessible as possible so that everybody can use it, regardless of ability or type of technology. We aim to have our website and web content meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA. Archives also follows best practice for accessibility and usability as set out in the N...
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From 1845 to 1872, the North Island acted as the backdrop for a series of conflicts and fierce battles. Tensions erupted when interests of the colonial government and settler society conflicted with Māori striving to maintain their mana. Also called the Māori Wars and Land Wars, these encounters are now widely known as the New Zealand Wars. Records at Archives New Zealand document events connec...
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1. Introduction Organisations often need to employ external parties to perform various business functions and activities. Engaging external parties has implications for information and records management. It is important that information and records management requirements are identified and addressed before making any agreement to outsource business. Any organisation that intends to outsource ...
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Explore by category WWI WWII Other wars Victoria Cross Portraits Landscapes About our war art The National Collection of War Art began during World War One. War artists were selected to create a record of New Zealand’s involvement in the conflict. New Zealand’s first official war artists were given the role in 1918 and by 1922 the Dominion Museum register recorded an 86-piece Fine Arts...
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The Public Records Act 2005 (PRA) mandates Archives New Zealand to the preservation and access of the digital record of our government. We make sure that the digital information is there when today’s and tomorrow’s New Zealanders need it. Digital preservation, as defined by the Digital Preservation Coalition, encompasses “the series of managed activities necessary to ensure continued access to...
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The Rugby World Cup kicks off in Japan this month and we have received several requests for film footage relating to rugby. Back in March Japanese TV station NHK paid us a visit to do some onsite filming with Japanese actor Gaku Hamada. The visit focussed on the National Film Unit production we hold, Japan Verses New Zealand Universities from 1968. The Japanese Rugby team visited NZ in 1968. In...
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Our annual Survey of public sector information management is live! Public offices and local authorities are invited to report on the state of their information management, with responses due by 8 July 2019. Executive sponsors will have received the invitation to participate and are responsible for coordinating the response for their organisation. Our most recent annual survey on government reco...
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Developing an information management policy Guidance on creating an information and records management policy for an organisation Learn more Developing an information management strategy Guidance on creating an information and records management strategy for an organisation Learn more Education and training providers Providers of education and training in information and records manage...
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A national collection of war art in New Zealand began in 1918, with the appointment of the first official artists to document New Zealand involvement in the First World War. The collection is now comprised of state commissions, donations, and some purchases. Artworks include portraits, landscapes, battle scenes, sketches and cartoons and mediums include oils, watercolours, lithographs and penci...