Photo Gallery: Captain Harding Leaf's first aid kit
Explore the first aid kit in depth and see what a captain in the New Zealand Army was issued in the Second World War.
The first aid kit is on display in Te Rau Aroha Museum of the Price of Citizenship at Waitangi Treaty Grounds. The museum opened in 2020 and focuses on the third article of Te Tiriti o Waitangi | The Treaty of Waitangi through Māori commitment to serving in the armed forces.
Taihape Hospital at Christmas
Some historic moments of the communities around Taihape coming together at Christmas to support patients in hospital.
Frontline Pharmacists: Navigating Unprecedented Challenges Amid the Pandemic
The experiences and resilience of a pharmacist during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some history from Palmerston North Hospital: 130 years on
A few milestones to mark the 130th anniversary of Palmerston North Hospital.
Self-described as 'a museum without walls', a living entity linking people, history and place.
Te Aroha & District Museum
When you’re in Te Aroha, treat yourself a bottle of Lemon and Te Aroha (a drink that predates Lemon & Paeroa)!
Firth Tower Museum: more to see than just the tower
Firth Tower Museum is a great place to explore and has a lot of activities to keep the kids engaged.
A visit to Whangārei Medical Museum
Open Wednesdays, the museum is part of the Kiwi North Heritage Park.
Strikes over climate becoming part of museum collections
How climate strikes are leaving their mark on the collection at our national museum.
Te Rau Aroha Museum of the Price of Citizenship
How medical histories interweave into an exhibition about commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi and military service.
The history of lobotomy
The history of lobotomy and what almost was: how Janet Frame’s first literary prize prevented her undergoing this now banned procedure.
Papakura Museum - go and visit, Auckland!
How filling time between flights has convinced a curator why everyone in Papakura should visit this museum.
Founders Heritage Park - a must do on your next visit to Nelson
A recent visit made a curator wish she had longer in Nelson.
Bulls Museum: an unbelieva-bull hidden medical collection
A museum hidden in a town filled with bovine-related puns, Bulls Museum is worth a visit.
Heart Surgery in New Zealand: The Dramatic Evolution of a Lifesaving Specialty (Part 3)
The history of heart surgery in New Zealand (part 3).
Heart Surgery in New Zealand: The Dramatic Evolution of a Lifesaving Specialty (Part 2)
The history of heart surgery in New Zealand (part 2).
Heart Surgery in New Zealand: The Dramatic Evolution of a Lifesaving Specialty (Part 1)
The history of heart surgery in New Zealand (part 1).
Palmerston North's David Warnock Medical Museum
A last (and first) visit to Palmerston North's David Warnock Medical Museum before it closes its current doors.
Reflections at Waikato Health Memorabilia Trust
A glimpse at the history of the Waikato DHB through the eyes of a curator.
The Death Ship: A Fateful Voyage - reflections on a visit to the National Army Museum Te Mata Toa
A blog about the exhibition The Death Ship and a curator's visit to the Army Museum.
Facing the camera
A mother and daughter duo fronted a vaccination campaign to help protect pregnant mums.
Do your job – get a swab!
A trailblazing student helped rally her community when Covid appeared at her school.
Driving Health Services Home
Dr Debbie Dunsford on how tuberculosis screening influenced our Covid-19 response.
Just like my Poppa
Learning from the Spanish Flu – one family's story of pandemic loss, a hundred years ago.