Heritage New Zealand magazine
Heritage New Zealand is an award-winning magazine published quarterly by Heritage New Zealand. Recognised as New Zealand’s leading heritage magazine, it features a wide range of interesting articles on the preservation and conservation of historic buildings and sites, as well as the people who work with them.
The latest issue of Heritage New Zealand magazine is once again full of great articles and stunning photography that celebrate achievements and issues in our rich and valued heritage and history.
The cover photo of the Kōanga/Spring issue features Professor Rawinia Higgins, the Chair and Commissioner for Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori – The Māori Language Commission. Professor Higgins is one of three passionate te reo Māori exponents who write about Aotearoa place names that are significant for them.
In this issue: Summer 2020
Here's an overview of what's in the current issue ... now with added-value rich content - video!
- Into the light - Protecting Māori rock art.
- No blank slate - Retained and reclaimed heritage in post-quake Christchurch (contains rich content).
- The fire inside - The restored bakehouse at Millers Flat (contains rich content).
- Hitting the sweet spot - New life for heritage treasures at the Basin Reserve (contains rich content).
- Diving deep - Divers 'adopt a wreck' to help monitor our maritime heritage.
- A traditionalist and an innovator - The mahi of a renowned tohunga whakairo has drawn people together.
- Explore the List - Massey University's Colombo Hall; Truby King Railway Bridge.
- Journeys into the past - Riding the Twin Coast Cycle Tail; Implications of the pandemic for global heritage retention.
- Our heritage, my vision - Richard Leung brings Chinese New Zealand stories to light.
- Books, letters and other regular columns.
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