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Vale Ans Westra, NZ photographer (1936–2023)

Te Papa curator Athol McCredie reflects

Giant petrel fossil discovered at Taranaki

named by Te Papa researcher & curator

Te Papa – Mapping the Sāmoa collections

The First World War and New Zealand’s Empire

Te Papa Mataaho Collective exhibition

Te Puni Aroaro incl 200sqm commission

Activism, NZ museums & proportionality for

collns security, conservation & protection

Te Papa’s budget for national treasures

– a challenge with no govt increase in sight

Te Papa lets Sir Charles’ cicadas sing again

& 15MYO cicadas in AM/UNSW research collab

How I write: Te Papa’s Claire Regnault

Ockham Awards winner

O le Tulāfale – language wayfinder of Sāmoa

Te Papa on Sāmoan Language Week 2022

Imaging Specialist – Te Papa

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Te Papa gifted ‘apei and monuma from Rotuma

– natl colln & illustrating living culture

Te Papa’s Cipiyak Project:

stories of Japanese connections to Aotearoa

Tuhura OM hosts Kura Pounamu exhibition

Te Waipounamu’s material treasure

Te Papa researches native forget-me-nots

in S Island’s southern ultramafic mtns

Te Papa Surrealists attracts 75,000

despite losing a month to lockdown

PrideNZ.com Library of Congress inclusion

– recognition grows @ Te Papa & NLNZ

Te Papa Voices of Asian Aotearoa explores

Asian NZ language complexities, diversities

Te Papa funding preserving & digitising

Spencer Digby–Ronald Woolf photo archive

Taking care in ‘Making Histories’ at Te Papa

& seeing opps to create better future

“It’s never just a game” Te Papa’s collns

tell the story of The 1981 Springbok Tour

Te Papa on transit of surrealist masters

– secrecy, security & extraordinary care

Toi moko & Te Papa’s Karanga

Aotearoa Repatriation Program

Lockdown gardens – an ancient lineage

viewed through Te Papa’s collns

Te Papa curators on underappreciated lives

– of fungus gnats & why they matter

Why pilot whales sometimes crash-land ashore

– the mystery of whale strandings

Public squares statues require a museum

for critical historical context

Courtney’s Place: Te Papa’s CEO on leading

the national museum out of Covid

What’s Te Papa’s Natural History team

up to during the Covid-19 lockdown?

The journeys of Rapa Nui’s toromiro

after Cook & the value of NH collns

Decolonise or indigenise: sovereign spaces

& the Māorification of NZ museology

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