Tēnā koe and Welcome to Kete Tasman 

Kete Tasman is an online archive. It is a place Studio portrait of Anna Hill holding a hatfor the community to preserve and share material about local events, people, places and experiences - both current and historical.

It covers the Nelson-Tasman region of New Zealand, from Farewell Spit to south of Murchison, from Western Golden Bay to the Richmond Ranges in the East.

You are invited to add your personal stories, photographs, video and audio to this kete. Help us create a vibrant and interesting site that truly captures the spirit of our place.

Kete Tasman is hosted by Tasman District Libraries and supported by the National Library of New Zealand and the Aotearoa People's Network Kaharoa. It utilises open source software developed by Katipo Communications and the Horowhenua Trust.

Please contact the library if you have any questions or need assistance adding your material to the Kete.

Email: digitaltasman@tasman.govt.nz

Website: www.tasmanlibraries.govt.nz


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Mr McWha and Mr Scott, Hillcrest Hospital, Richmond 1926.
Photographs from the collection of Gertie Sutton (nee Palmer), taken between the early 1900s and 1930s.
Waimea Stores Flooded Interior, Queen Street, Richmond.
Photographs of flooding in Queen Street Richmond and surrounding areas. Possibly taken following a major storm in April 1957.
The Star and Garter Hotel, Queen Street, Richmond.
Share your photos of Queen Street, Richmond, Tasman. Photos taken between the 1800s and the 1980s.
Morel's House, following the Murchison Earthquake, 1929.
Extracts from the Richmond Oral History Transcripts relating to the 1929 Murchison earthquake.
1936 Nelson District Camp, Spring Grove Church of Christ.
Historic photographs collected as part of the 150th celebrations, 2016

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The Brick building , 2007.

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