Research and occasional papers
Heritage New Zealand holds a vast amount of information about the historic and cultural significance of heritage places including heritage buildings, structures, places of significance to Māori, historic sites and areas, and archaeological sites. It is important that this information is easily accessible, especially to those working with heritage resources, to assist decision-making in heritage conservation and management.
Advocating for heritage at all levels is critical for Heritage New Zealand. Research relevant to heritage and heritage management is part of our advisory role.
This series of occasional papers in archaeology complements the information available through the archaeological digital library, the archaeological guidelines series, the Register on-line and other resources such as the New Zealand Archaeological Association’s Site Recording Scheme, ArchSite.