It replaced the various provincial police gazettes, which had previously been published by the respective provincial governments.
Initially published fortnightly, it became a weekly publication from June Like its predecessors, the New Zealand Police Gazette was a working tool for the police. It contained descriptions of crimes, wanted offenders, missing people, deserters, stolen items, and lost and found property, as well as notices about police appointments or promotions.
From untilrelevant law reports were also included — after that the law reports were published as a separate title. Mugshots had been taken by the New Zealand police sinceand from the police formalised the systems for recording information about criminals, which included compulsory fingerprinting and photographs. The first photograph to be included in the Police Gazette was published in the issue of 20 April McKenzie was finally caught in December, and found guilty at his trial the following year and sentenced to death.
From 7 October the Gazette included pages of mugshots of discharged prisoners each month. The first editor of the Police Gazette was Sergeant Patrick Fair, who was transferred from Dunedin to Wellington to manage the publication. His work on the Gazette was highly praised and he received a special promotion to Sergeant-Major in recognition of his work.
The position of editor was based in the police headquarters, and it became part of the Criminal Registration Branch when that was established in As well as providing information about criminals and crimes, the Gazette became the main communication tool between the national office and the staff around the country.
For example inthe Minister of Police, Peter Fraser, published a notice in the Gazette encouraging all police to join the newly formed Police Association, the police equivalent of a union. Changes to the Gazette in the s meant that the monthly issue of prisoner photographs was replaced by a weekly photo supplement.
The last Police Gazette was published in September NOTE this publication contains descriptions of crimes and photographs of deceased people. The New Zealand Police Gazette for is still in copyright.
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By Auckland Libraries - June 29, When was the last time you looked in the New Zealand Gazettes as part of researching your family history? After some years of having LexisNexis New Zealand Gazette Archives accessible on one of our family history computers we now have it available on all five.
Of course we still hold the hard copies but doing a database search when you don't know what issue you are looking for is so much easier. The indexes are updated yearly, running from to present day. That is a lot of coverage for events ranging from finding a bankruptcy notice for an errant relation or your grandfather's school certificate results.
One way is through the Table of Contents. This is particularly useful if you have the year, date and page number of the gazette you want to search. All you need to do is click on the year of the Gazette and select date, issue or page number.
The other way is through the Acrobat Catalogue. This is the way most of us search when doing our family history. You can limit your name or place or subject search by selecting a decade or decades to search within. The examples above are from my own personal searches for family information, searching via the archive. Exciting stuff, come and give it a go. Post a Comment Kia ora! Please leave your comment below.Published by LexisNexis.
Access this at any of our libraries. Papers Past Papers Past contains more than one million pages of digitised New Zealand newspapers and periodicals. The collection covers the years to and includes publications from all regions of New Zealand. Provided by the National Library of New Zealand. Ashburton Guardian Available online: 1 January - 31 December issues.
Not all issues of this newspaper are in Papers Past. The s and s saw a flurry of newspaper publishing in Ashburton. First there was the Ashburton Mail, established in by Joseph Ivess, a prolific publisher of country newspapers. This was followed by the Evening Echo in The next year Ivess published the Evening News to help him in his bid for the Ashburton mayoralty.
Ivess narrowly lost the election although it's not clear what, if any, effect the Guardian had on this. The Bay of Plenty Times first appeared on 4 Septemberas a bi-weekly, tabloid sized newspaper. Although the paper experienced some difficult times in its first 40 years, it continued to be published and has prospered to now become one of New Zealand's largest daily newspapers.
The Bruce Herald was published at Milton from to It was one of New Zealand's longest running country newspapers.
It started as a tri-weekly newspaper published on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays. The paper intended to be the voice of a large geographic area, which was clear from its subtitle: "the Takapau, Ormondville, Norsewood, Makotuhu, Dannevirke and Wainui District Advertiser".
The Clutha Leader was first published, weekly, in It was the first newspaper in Balcutha to be established that has lasted over time. It is still published on a weekly basis today by South Otago Newspapers.
Colonist Available online: 1 January - 31 December issues Not all issues of this newspaper are in Papers Past. The Colonist was founded in by a group of Nelson residents as a means to oppose the dominance of the large landowners of the district. At the time its only opposition was the Nelson Examiner, which the Colonist was largely established to challenge and to provide an alternative voice.
The Southern Cross began as a weekly paper in Auckland on 22 April In it became the first daily newspaper in Auckland changing its name to the Daily Southern Cross. Ellesmere Guardian Available online: 3 January - 29 December issues Not all issues of this newspaper are in Papers Past. Launched inthe Ellesmere Guardian was the second newspaper published in the Ellesmere area, This fulltext collection is a part of Papers Past from the National Library of New Zealand.
Fair Play was published weekly in Wellington from November to Apriland then monthly from May to Novemberwhen it stopped being produced.Inthe first New Zealand government gazette was published in Auckland by the Colonial Secretary. Early editions included appointments and proclamations, such as the formation of the Executive and Legislative Councils. The Government Gazette ceased for a period between andsubstituted by two provincial gazettes for the North and South Islands. In the publication was renamed the New Zealand Gazetteas it is known today.
As with other gazettes around the world, it has withstood the test of time with the need for official notifications to be communicated and for various legislative requirements to be enabled. It has also provided a historical record of events and determinations over time, including detailing the original ensign and flag for New Zealand, wartime decisions and proclamations such as the protection of Germans and Austrians resident in New Zealandand official election and referenda results, including a proposed new flag for New Zealand in In Octoberthe printed edition was replaced by the official online version.Find out more about how to correspond and notify us during this time.
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