Explore some of the amazing sites
our clients have created.
ADAM showcases New Zealand's presence at Antarctica since 1957 with an extensive media collection of images that are available for viewing, admiring & ordering. Antarctica NZ is proud to be able to share the rich history of NZ's presence on the ice with people from all over the world.
WCNZH is a true community driven site, run by a passionate volunteers who share their knowledge of everything West Coast. It is very interactive, and encourages members to tag people and places, add comments, and even upload and share their own photos and stories.
This joint project between Upper Hutt City Library and the NZ Defence Force celebrates and makes accessible the accumulation of 'tags' added to the galleries of Trentham's historic rifle ranges over the years. The graffiti artists include US Marines, NZ Army, Navy and Air Force servicemen, cadet forces, police officers and sports shooters.
Browse through this stunning archive of personal photograph albums from those who left NZ to serve in World War One: soldiers, officers, medics and nurses. From New Zealand's occupation of German Samoa in 1914, to the visit of the American Fleet in the early 1920s, these albums cover our servicemen & women's experiences of the war and the wider world.
Living Heritage is the online history of the people, events, and community since the founding of the organisation in 1878. LULH's audiences are worldwide as the University has students and staff from many countries and alumni located all over the world.
Upper Hutt City Library’s Heritage Collections database is aimed at fostering greater community involvement in the development of their local history resources.
It provides enhanced access to the thousands of pictures and documents that have been digitised from their collections and allows users to add their own information about items, helping the Library preserve local history knowledge.
A collaboration between local and national groups, the Wanganui District Library and the National Library of New Zealand, Ngā Ripo Mua will be the most comprehensive database of Wanganui's past.
Ngā Ripo o Mua allows people to add their own memories and comments to images, giving the community the opportunity to tell the 'Whanganui Story' from their own perspective.
NZEI Heritage is a showcase of the history of the New Zealand Educational Institute Te Riu Roa and of education in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Online users now have access to a century's worth of New Zealand's educational and social history through the photographs, journals, and other rich historical material from NZEI's collection.