We hope you will find the following podcasts both interesting and informative.
This is currently a new project and we will be looking to grow the list over time.
You can follow the stream directly here.
Minutes of the first meeting of the newly elected Cambridge Library Committee:
Cambridge Public Library 21 March 1911:
Te Awamutu Library - Proposed new site 1931:
Te Awamutu Library - Site Discussions 1932:
Te Awamutu Library Annual Meeting 1932:
Te Awamutu Library Preparations and Reopening March/April 1933:
The naming of Cambridge:
Plough of the Pakeha:
The View from Pirongia:
Frontier Town: A History of Te Awamutu:
Plaque for Redoubt Site:
Te Awamutu 'Thirty Years Ago' 26 November 1931:
Posted on 05 August 2020
This year, in association with the New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, an innovative approach to the Books Alive events has been created in response to challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Books Alive finalist events and virtual storytimes are being offered online for the first time. Waipa District Libraries is hosting two events.