- Myths and legends
- A list of books that contain information about South Island Māori myths and legends.
- Te Kerēme
- Ngāi Tahu Waitangi Tribunal Claim database.
- Matariki, with an explanation by Rakiihia Tau
- Rakiihia Tau is Upoko of Ngai Tuahuriri. He explains Matariki in terms of what it meant for the life of Southern Māori and puts it in the context of the year long cycle of mahinga kai.
- Old Maori place names round Akaroa harbour by Louis J. Vangioni
- With supplementary notes by D. J. C. Pringle. In our digitised publications.
- Pepeha are traditional Māori sayings that are likened to proverbs or tribal boasts.
- Te Whata Raki
- Come and discover the new world inside Te Whata Raki. Explore our new online world with your guide, Whetumarama. Learn about some traditional stories, told through waiata, pictures and other web resources before trying out the quiz.
- Tī Kōuka Whenua
- Māori local history: stories of Christchurch and Banks Peninsula told with audio interviews and pictures.
- A list of resources to help you find information on Koroneihana/Coronation and Kingitanga.
- 5 November marks a significant event in New Zealand history – the invasion of Parihaka.
- A sample of images of Māori from our photograph collection.
- Waitangi a place in history
- Find out more about Waitangi, the place.
- Whakapapa Guide
- A guide to resources held in the Aotearoa New Zealand Centre.
- Ara Ipurangi mō te Iwi Māori / Internet Gateway