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AIMS - Photo of the team Reference: The Archives New Zealand and Axiell teams Media release 20 November 2019 Archives NZ partners with Axiell to improve access to New Zealand's archives heritage Today Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga welcomed a new partnership with Axiell, the world’s leading supplier of software to the cultural sector, to manage their unique archives. Ar...
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Find out what's new at Archives New Zealand. All Announcements Discover Information Management Media Resources Announcements / Information Management Audit of public office recordkeeping Information about our audits of public office recordkeeping and information management practices Learn more Published 09 September 2020 Announcements / Information Management 2020 Survey of public...
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Come along to Archives in Wellington on Sunday 7 July to help us create and improve Wikipedia articles relating to New Zealand history. Date: Sunday, 7 July 2019Time: 10:30am to 3:00pmAddress: Archives New Zealand, 10 Mulgrave Street, Pipitea, WellingtonLocation: Single File café on ground floor of the building (the café will be closed)Cost: Free You’ll use reproductions, digitised material a...
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We’ve made a change to the turnaround time for our Government Loans service. The new turnaround time is 6 working days, from receipt of the original request. This is an increase from the previous 3 working day turnaround time. We’ve made this change to accommodate new processes in place to support the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-based...
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Our Dunedin archive is having some building and plant work done which will cause some noise and disruption until mid November. The reading room is still open during this time, but there will be days when we can’t guarantee that we can access the records you may want to see. Update: The map and plan cabinets that were inaccessible are now available either physically or digitally through Archway...
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Looking for relevant options for information and records management education and training? We’ve made these easier to identify by updating our guidance Providers of education and training in information and records management 16/G5 . In consultation with providers we have included a range of options from short, introductory offerings through to in-depth study that builds on existing skills and...
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On February 12, 1909, the steam ship “Penguin” departed Picton for Wellington in favourable conditions, carrying over 100 passengers and crew. The weather worsened as she crossed the straight, and that evening was marked by poor visibility due to heavy rains. At 10pm, with no land in sight, she struck Thoms Rock off Terawhiti. Captain Naylor did not seem to think there was any real danger as he...
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1 Introduction How and where digital information and records are stored will affect their viability over time. Digital information and records need to be managed to meet the requirements of the Public Records Act 2005 and the principles of the Information and Records Management Standard (16/S1). This helps to ensure that these information and records remain authentic, reliable, discoverable, a...
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What is Tāhuhu: Preserving the Nation’s Memory? Tāhuhu: Preserving the Nation’s Memory (Tāhuhu) is a multi-year programme seeking to upgrade and expand the physical infrastructure, storage capacity, and digital support for Archives New Zealand and the National Library and Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision. Budget 2020 will fund a new home for Archives Wellington, land purchase and design for a ne...
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Our new website has been up and running since June 2019. We’re really proud of it – it's modern, secure and more accessible than our old website. Part of this work includes the retirement of several of our other websites that are no longer secure or editable. These include the National Collection of War Art, Audiovisual Archives, Online Regional Exhibitions, and the Community Archive. Our team...
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New Zealanders have lived in a variety of shelters, from bungalows to baches, apartments and settler villas to the ubiquitous state house. We hold many images and drawings of New Zealand homes past and present. Throughout the COVID-19 Level 4 lockdown our digitisation team reviewed content previously digitised on our Flickr account. We want to celebrate the places that we call home by highlight...
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What we have Find out about the 7 million archives created and used by the New Zealand Government, dating from around 1840 to the recent past Learn more Search the archive Looking for information but unsure where to begin? Plan to visit us? Here's what you need to know in order to start your research journey Learn more Manage information Guidance for New Zealand Government recordkeeper...