Heritage New Zealand magazine
Heritage New Zealand is an award-winning magazine published quarterly by Heritage New Zealand. Recognised as New Zealand’s leading heritage magazine, it features a wide range of interesting articles on the preservation and conservation of historic buildings and sites, as well as the people who work with them.
In this issue: Ngahuru Autumn 2022
Here's an overview of what's in the current issue ... now with added-value rich content - video!
- City tales - Research, characters and places intersect on Dr David Murray's blog.
- The central story - A tour of 'K' Road connects Pacific urban history with Aotearoa's story.
- A Matariki hākari - Recognising mahinga kai and Matariki at Te Whare Waiutuutu (contains rich content).
- Way finders - A new approach to archaeological study.
- A moving experience - Is a relocated building still the genuine article?
- Towering treasures - Keeping Waihi's goldmining heritage alive (contains rich content).
- Explore the List - St George's Anglican Church, Thames; Paradise, Glenorchy.
- Journeys into the past - West Auckland a home for art lovers, Challenges and opportunities for historic sites as film locations.
- Our heritage, my vision - Inspiration in helping people connect with heritage (contains rich content).
- Books, letters and other regular columns.
Read this edition on Issuu: https://issuu.com/heritagenz/docs/heritagenz_165.
Heritage New Zealand magazine is published specifically for our members as one of their key benefits. The magazine is included with full membership. To sign up as a member with all its benefits and privileges, please use this online application form.
Under some circumstances, we can accommodate an annual subscription to Heritage New Zealand. The magazine subscription price includes postage to a New Zealand address. There is a postal charge for magazines being mailed to addresses outside New Zealand. International deliveries are airmailed for timely delivery.
Magazine subscription fees
- $35.00 for one year [4 issues] posted to an address in New Zealand
- $70.00 for two years [8 issues] posted to an address in New Zealand
- $135.00 for one year [4 issues] posted to an overseas address.
Fees are valid at 20 May 2019.
How to subscribe to the magazine
To find out more or subscribe please contact us on 0800 802 010 (New Zealand only) or (04) 472 4341 during office hours.
Telephone Membership Services, on +64 4 472 4341 or freephone 0800 802 010 to join or renew your membership or magazine subscription using a credit card.
Missing a copy?
The current issue and back issues over the past year are available for purchase through our Online Shop - for $9.95 each, plus postage. If you're missing older issues and would like to replace them, please get in touch with our store staff on (09) 407 9236 or email@example.com to check on availability. We can supply most issues, for $9.95 each plus post and packing charges.
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To advertise in Heritage New Zealand, contact the Advertising Coordinator on 04 494 8034 (DDI) or email for more information.
Articles and letters
The editorial team welcomes ideas for stories. Feature articles are usually commissioned using experienced magazine writers who are briefed thoroughly into a story first, so please contact the Editor for guidance regarding a story proposal before proceeding by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All manuscripts accepted for publication in Heritage New Zealand magazine are subject to editing at the discretion of the Editor and Heritage New Zealand.
At Heritage New Zealand magazine, we enjoy feedback about any of the articles in an issue, or heritage-related matters. Send your letters to the Editor by email to email@example.com or by post c/- Heritage New Zealand National Office, PO Box 2629, Wellington 6140.