Episode of human rights podcast Speak up - Kōrerotia with guests discussing their transgender journeys, and suggested reading and resources.
Philippine Independence Day at the library – 7 to 12 June 2022
Once again, the Filipino community comes together and celebrates its Philippine Independence Day which happens every June.
Kia ora koutou. Here's what's on at libraries and around Ōtautahi to celebrate Matariki 2022.
Moldavian dancers at Culture Galore: Picturing Canterbury
Dance group in Moldavian costumes at Culture Galore multicultural festival, 2017. An image from Canterbury Stories.
Opening up your family history at the library
What happens when a family historian investigates their own family? If you're Kat, the Battle of Waterloo comes into it...
Celebrating 150 years of Polish presence in New Zealand
Amber reports back from a special event at Tūranga celebrating Polish people in New Zealand and Canterbury.
Shifting Grounds – Joint winner of the 2022 Ernest Scott Prize
Lucy Mackintosh’s acclaimed book, Shifting Grounds: Deep Histories of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, has been jointly awarded the 2022 Ernest Scott Prize for History.
Jangseung (장승): Picturing Canterbury
Jangseung (장승), Korean guardian poles in Halswell Quarry Park, 2018. An image from Canterbury Stories.
A Handy Guide to Surviving and Dying Within the Law in 1860s Christchurch
Two handbooks in our collection shed light on how coroners and police dealt with death and crime in 1860s Christchurch.
مجموعه داستان های هزارهای کرایستچرچ Hazara Stories Christchurch Collection
مجموعه داستان های هزارهای کرایستچرچ Hazara Stories Christchurch Collection has just been launched in Canterbury Stories.
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