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Auckland International Airport
Excavation of an extensive occupation and midden site on the Manukau harbour is being conducted prior to earthworks associated with the Auckland International Airport Northern Runway development. Analyses of the midden and artefacts recovered are complete. The full PDF report of the archaeology is available from the Auckland Reports Page. read more
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Wellington Inner City Bypass
This large historic archaeological project in inner Wellington was carried out by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust in 2005; Warren Gumbley was excavation director, and Louise Furey managed the project on behalf of HPT. read more...

 
 
     

Scott House, Mangere
An early farmstead in the Ihumatao area, Mangere, Auckland and contemporary to the Westney house excavated by CFG Heritage in 2005, this was part of the same ongoing archaeological work in this area. read more...

 
 
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UCOL Wanganui
Two sites were excavated on waterfront town sections in central Wanganui. The block they were located on was one of the original New Zealand Company Town Section divisions and, being close to the river, was a centre for early production and trade in Wanganui. read more...
 
 
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Pipitea Street, Wellington
The site was in the vicinity of where Pipitea Pa (actually a fenced kainga) had once been located and has the potential to reveal activities associated with occupation of the pa and the transition to use for colonial houses. read more...
 
 
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Rowesdale, Tauranga
Excavation of the Rowesdale subdivision, in the Waimapu valley, Ohauiti, Tauranga, began in 2005, with a second season in 2006. read more
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Westney Farmstead, Mangere
The Ihumatao area of Mangere was settled by European farmers from the early 1850s. Several of the original houses of the area survive. One such building is the Westney House, built in 1855 by William Westney. read more...