Post your news and requests for information in the forums, which has topics for finding whanau (family), whanau events (tangihanga, funerals, reunions, anniversaries etc), general korero as well as events.
There is also a calendar which you can add your events to and a link section where you can add your Maori sites.
Blog set up by a library student looking to get feedback and information from whakapapa researchers on how they use public libraries. This piece of original research aims to improve public library service to whakapapa researchers.
Search archival collections held in museums, local government bodies, libraries, historical societies, community repositories, and in-house business, educational, religious and sporting archives throughout New Zealand.
This is NOT the official Whakaki site, but a record of my thoughts and memories and excerpts from published articles. (where this is the case, the reference has been cited) Much of the genealogy has been taken from a book that has been in my family for ma