New Zealand Government
Information about Parliament, cabinet and all government departments
Information about Local Government in New Zealand
NZ statutes, bills and statutory regulations
Advice and support about careers and CV templates
Licence information and study guide for the road code for cars, motorbikes and heavy vehicles
Statistical information on population, economics, regions and more
DigitalNZ Ā–Tihi o Aotearoa
Connects to reliable digital collections from libraries, museums, galleries and more. Includes interviews, video, newspaper clippings, maps, photographs, audio and artworks from past to today
Search historic newspapers including Southland papers and NZ Parliamentary Papers
Encyclopedia of NZ history, culture, places and more. Includes Dictionary of NZ Biography.
NZ Electronic Text Centre
Digitised texts of NZ and Pacific items
Hocken’s collections celebrate the histories, cultures and natural environments of Aotearoa New Zealand, the Pacific and Antarctica with special emphasis on southern New Zealand. Includes Hockensnapshot – photographs of NZ people and places.
Maori Land Online
Ownership, trustees and information about customary Maori land
Maori Land Court
Wwhat is Maori land and how to apply to the Maori Land Court
Maori Land Court Minute Books Index
Minutes were kept of all Maori Land Court proceedings and this is an index only to the Minute Books.
Tikanga, whakairo, te ko reo
Maori Land Legislation
Te Ture Whenua Maori Act 1993
Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu
Everything Ngai Tahu
Journal of the Polynesian Society
Social, cultural, historical information about the past and present lives of indigenous Pacific peoples, including Maori.
He Tohu Exhibition
He Tohu is a permanent exhibition of three iconic constitutional documents that helped shape Aotearoa New Zealand and what it has become today.
Te Tiriti o Waitangi
Te Tiriti o Waitangi is Aotearoa New Zealand’s founding document. This site covers the events that led up to the Treaty. It explains what is written in the documents, and the crucial differences between the Māori and English versions.