Family collections and personal archives usually consist of paper artefacts. Careful handling and storage will extend the life of these items.
The National Library of New Zealand cataloguers create full standard catalogue records for most material in the heritage and General Collections.
Te Puna Services are only available to member libraries, and are delivered by the National Library to save time, money, and effort.
When disaster strikes, act quickly to seek help with the recovery of damaged material.
Friends and advisory groups of the National and Turnbull Libraries.
The principles supporting our Access Policy.
Our refurbished Reading Rooms give you the perfect place to do your research, and all the help of our on-site staff.
The National Library selects, copies and archives New Zealand websites found on the internet. Technical and design information for website owners.
You can start using the Library long before you ever reach the Reading Rooms. Smart preparation can make your research visit more focused and more productive.
The Advisory Group's role is to advise the National Librarian on policy and administrative matters that affect the Public Lending Right scheme.
Topic-based advice to help you use the Library collections, including family history, whakapapa, children's literature, and more.
Visit the National Library in Auckland for literacy and learning advice and resources, and more from Services to Schools.
The Minister of Internal Affairs, Hon Peter Dunne, is the Minister responsible for the National Library of New Zealand.
The Aotearoa People's Network Kaharoa provides through public libraries free and facilitated access for New Zealanders to the internet.
You can use the National Library to access numerous databases on a wide range of topics, including law, health and business administration.
A previously unknown story by Katherine Mansfield has been discovered in papers recently made available by the Alexander Turnbull Library.
Visit the National Library, find out about our programmes and exhibitions, check out location and opening hours.
Everything you need to know about the reopening of the National Library building on Molesworth Street, Wellington, on November 27, 2012.
See who of our EPIC public library partners has subscription resources for your business.
Spend lunch or a break at HOME, the National Library’s cafe.