We can help with specialist Māori information and research.
We offer the largest Māori research and reference collection in a public library. There are separate Māori collections in most libraries and our staff can help you find what you're looking for.
We have specialist staff who can provide whakapapa, research or history for
iwi. We offer one-on-one or group whakapapa sessions and training on Māori databases and our website. You can arrange an appointment to see Māori staff in person and Māori-speaking staff are also available to travel to your marae or community centre.
Read more about our
research services or
contact us to make an appointment.
events and activities that have a Māori
kaupapa. These include:
website and Māori resources training
te reo Māori storytimes
Māori arts and crafts demonstrations
waiata and te reo classes
kaupapa Māori lectures
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Some libraries have areas designated for hui and wānanga to take place including the Whare Wānanga in the
Central City Library.
A variety of meeting rooms can also be utilised for study, hui and research - check your local library.
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