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Te ao hou
Coverage: Provides access to all 76 issues of the magazine Te Ao Hou The New World, published from 1952 to 1976 by the Māori Affairs Department. Te Ao Hou features bilingual content, with articles in both English and te reo Māori.
Date range: 1952-1975
Publication types: Journals
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The New Zealand history collection
Coverage: This Collection is a landmark digital resource from Bridget Williams Books (BWB). Designed and managed in-house at BWB, the Collection is primarily designed to: Make this acclaimed list of award-winning New Zealand historical scholarship available direct to libraries, schools and other institutions; Offer a clear, fast and responsive design, optimised for mobile and tablet devices; Deliver flexible and intuitive use of the books that avoids proprietary technology and instead acknowledges how readers and researchers use the web day-to-day; Evolve over time using a platform built on open standards and drawing on features such as CrossRef that are built to last.
Publication types: books
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The Tasmanian reports.
Coverage: Australia
Date range: 1992-
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Tax acts and commentary
Coverage: New Zealand current and repealed tax legislation
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Tax service.
Coverage: New Zealand
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Taylor & Francis eBooks
Coverage: Contains e-book collections in the subject areas of: Arts; Behavioral Sciences; Computer Science; Earth Sciences; Economics; Education; Engineering & Technology; Environmental Studies & Management; Geography; Humanities; Language & Literature; Law; Mathematics & Statistics; Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing & Allied Health; Physical Sciences; Social Sciences; Social Work; Sports,Leisure, Travel & Tourism; Urban Studies.
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Taylor & Francis online
Coverage: Full text for articles published by Taylor & Francis, Routledge, Psychology Press and Informa Healthcare. Includes iOpenAccess to journals in the physical sciences, environmental and agricultural sciences, behavioural sciences, development studies and medical and bioscience journals.
Publication types: Journals, conference proceedings, books.
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Te Puna
Coverage: Use Te Puna to find information about material held in New Zealand. Te Puna includes access to New Zealand National Union Catalogue, National Library of New Zealand Catalogue, Index New Zealand and He Puna Kupu Māori, as well as the Library of Congress and Australian National Bibliographic Database.
Publication types: Books, journals, newspaper articles, conference proceedings and dissertations.
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The Times digital archive
Coverage: Contains every page as published from 200 years of The Times (London). Allows searching of the full-text of the entire newspaper, including articles, editorials, and advertising.
Date range: 1785-1985
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Topo NZ (MapToaster Topo/NZ V8.0.)
Coverage: A mapping package that presents topographic maps, aerial photography and satellite imagery of New Zealand. Version 8.0 now includes DOC Conservation Estate boundaries (purple outline) and Scenic and Recreation Reserves (red outline). There is also a major update of the aerial photography from LINZ up to October 2017, and the coverage extended to cover all of the New Zealand mainland with the exception of some parts of the South Island West Coast.
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Trade and competition law reports of New Zealand.
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TradeLawGuide.
Coverage: Use TradeLawGuide to search WTO agreements and instruments, jurisprudence, dispute settlement procedural documents, negotiating history and the agreements and codes from the pre-WTO GATT regime. A suite of citators provides comprehensive substantive jurisprudence references to WTO, pre-WTO and Vienna Convention provisions as well as cross-references within the jurisprudence. Researchers can find the most recent developments for a provision or research its complete jurisprudential and negotiating history. Additional resources, such as the Annotated Agreements, Treaty Interpretation, Terms & Phrases, Subject Navigator, and Dispute Settlement Body Minutes (for policy issues arising in jurisprudence) provide value-added content to facilitate research. In addition, TradeLawGuide provides a fully searchable database of regional trade agreements (RTAs), providing researchers with ready access to the texts of bilateral and plurilateral agreements currently in force throughout the world. Researchers have access to the full legal text of agreements as well as shortcuts to the key sections, such as the rules of origin, tariff elimination schedules, market access commitments, reservations (non-conforming measures), and side instruments. A comparison tool for selecting and reviewing the text in two or more agreements at the same time allows researchers to efficiently assess similarities and differences between RTAs.
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Transport Research International Documentation
Coverage: Includes all modes and disciplines in the field of transportation, such as highways, transit, railroads, maritime, aviation.
Date range: 1967-Updated monthly.
Publication types: Books, technical reports, conference proceedings, journal articles and on-going research
Endnote: Adding records to EndNote
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The Treaty of Waitangi Collection.
Coverage: This Collection is a landmark digital resource from Bridget Williams Books (BWB). It is primarily designed to: provide a new and authoritative home for Treaty scholarship online, with more books to be added over time; offer a clear, fast and responsive design, optimised for mobile and tablet devices; deliver flexible and intuitive use of the books that avoids proprietary technology and instead acknowledges how readers and researchers use the web day-to-day; evolve over time using a platform built on open standards and drawing on features - such as CrossRef - that are built to last.
Publication types: books
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