About New Zealand Index

A collection of searchable indexes related to New Zealand science, industry, news, politics and fine arts.

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This eResource includes:

Indexes

  • Index Auckland: a record of information about Auckland compiled from disparate sources;
  • Index New Zealand (INNZ): 20 years of indexed records from a variety of New Zealand publications;
  • INZART - Index to New Zealand Art produced by the University of Auckland Library;
  • Newzindex: a record of business writing and reporting in New Zealand;
  • Newspaper Index (NINX): the index record of the New Zealand newspapers that the Parliamentary Library compiled for 10 years before there was any New Zealand full text newspaper material online;
  • The New Zealand Woman’s Weekly Index - 1932-1959;
  • The New Zealand Herald’s classified personals from 2003;
  • NZ Science: a collection of scientific abstracts back to 1840;
  • Southland Regional News Index: an index of local newspapers and sources from Dunedin Public Libraries.

Bibliographies

  • Bibliography of Published NZ Family Histories: a listing of separately published histories of families with descendants in New Zealand;
  • Bibliography of NZ Bibliographies: a listing of bibliographies published in New Zealand or about New Zealand;
  • Bibliography on Homosexuality in New Zealand: a listing of bibliographies published both in New Zealand or overseas relating to homosexuality in New Zealand.

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More information

The indexes that make up the New Zealand Index can be searched together or separately. Please note  that this resource contains primarily indexes and abstracts.

Why would I use an index anyway? Finding business names and history, people's names and history are sometimes not easy to locate in a full text database and it makes more sense to look in a keyword abstract collection first. An index may go back to pre-electronic production of newspapers and magazines, and of course, sometimes the paper version of the newspaper or journal may no longer be available.

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