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News, info, facts and images from Te Ara – the Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Updated by the team at Manatū Taonga.
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Encyclopedia of NZ Jun 13
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Encyclopedia of NZ Jun 13
Replying to @margueritelou
Always something to do ! Thanks for the heads up.
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Encyclopedia of NZ Apr 18
It's been 5 years coming and this cartoon from 2015 is pretty relevant today. Well done Kristine Bartlett.
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Encyclopedia of NZ Apr 10
Replying to @elpie
No Flash, but I think you may have found a bug though! We'll let you know when it's been fixed. :)
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Encyclopedia of NZ Apr 10
Replying to @lin_nah @elpie
That's not how we officially archive them, but yes, TeAra gets crawled by the Wayback Machine.
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Encyclopedia of NZ Apr 10
Replying to @elpie
The comments feature on our image pages doesn't use Flash. It does have a captcha you need to fill out. What device are you using?
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Encyclopedia of NZ Apr 10
Replying to @elpie
Yes! We've already updated a lot of our content from flash to html5, currently we're working on rolling out html5 zoomify across the site.
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Encyclopedia of NZ Apr 9
We don't know how lucky we are, Mate. RIP
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Encyclopedia of NZ Apr 9
Today in history the Lyttelton–Wellington ferry, the Wahine, capsized. This is how the event was broadcast:
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Encyclopedia of NZ Apr 4
A reminder to pack your umbrella this Easter:
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Bryce Edwards Mar 12
The irreverent Murray Ball created irreverent characters - Evans' cartoon today on the Daily Blog:
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Tusk Mar 7
A good way to spend is to check out all the biographies of awesome wāhine on
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Encyclopedia of NZ Mar 6
A growing list of cameramen, businessmen & chairmen are considered for change. Camera operator thx!
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Encyclopedia of NZ Mar 6
Replying to @mairesmith
. Yes, some of them were tricky I think. Try this one: First two Māori women police officers, 1955?
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Encyclopedia of NZ Mar 6
I decided to see if, where and how sexist language is used on Te Ara, and blogged about my findings:
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Encyclopedia of NZ Mar 5
We blogged: Celebrating seventy years of symphony
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Encyclopedia of NZ Mar 5
Composed to mark your 10th birthday, we present you A birthday offering, to mark your 70 years !
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Encyclopedia of NZ Feb 26
About 30% of NZ's coastline is not accessible despite the belief in a Queen's Chain.
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Encyclopedia of NZ Feb 26
Wish we knew sooner about Still, it describes just about every day at
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Cedarhurst Feb 26
Museums, Libraries, and Cultural Organizations Fight Misinformation with -
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