All newspapers are on the Second Floor of the Central Library, and are not available for loan. Please contact a staff member to view the heritage newspapers.
6/3/1990 Outlook - the land the people first saw.
6/2/1990 Outlook - 1840
29/9/1984 Bilingualism in school (Waiwhetu)
20/1/1939 A famous Maori storehouse (Nukutewhatewha)
25/2/1939 Centennial portrait no. 6 - Honiana Te Puni
New Zealand Gazette & Wellington Spectator
IV (1844) Remarks by the Hon Henry Petre on clearing the land and cropping in the Valley of the Hutt
Te Karere o Poneke
15/3/1984 Maori memorials, pakeha praises - (potted biographies of Wi Tako and Te Puni)
26/6/1985 Trust workers fear for future - (Tapu te Ranga)
22/4/1989 Wellington's Te Upoko o te Ika (Radio station)
28/1/1987 Composer dies - Dovey Katene - obit.
13/6/1987 Born to serve – Ralph Love - obit.
New Zealand Listener
3/11/1984 Te Herenga Waka : the place of protocol