Waihi Heritage Vision
Waihi Heritage Vision, or the 'Heritage Group' as it has become more commonly known, was formed as an incorporated society to identify, research, record and preserve the valuable heritage of Waihi and the surrounding district.
Not all journal articles online but well worth a look.
Hauraki District Council Cemeteries
The Thames Treasury. (Thames Archives)
Articles relating to gold mining and Thames history but can be of interest to Waihi researchers.
Gold Miners Database
Check online for Otago and Thames Miner names. Some Thames miners found employment in Waihi mines.
Check all newspapers listed. Information from Waihi telegraphed NZ wide. Included are the (Paeroa) Ohinemuri Gazette, and the Thames Star. No Waihi Papers online at present.
Internal Affairs Department Birth, Death and Marriage Historical Records
Searchable Indexes. Check preamble for search criteria.
Archives NZ Archway
Archway contains descriptions of over 1.5 million records that have been transferred from government agencies to offices in Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin and Wellington. Many mining records lodged.
The Appendices to the Journals of the House of Representatives (AJHR), also known as "the A to Js", and government-related reports published from 1858. Documents the work of government departments and gives an understanding how New Zealand developed from early colonial beginnings to the present. AJHR provides information for researchers. Online are 31 volumes from 1862 to 1879. All reports fully searchable and may be browsed by session, volume and section.
Timeframes is an online database of more than 69,000 images from the Alexander Turnbull Library collections. National Library of New Zealand.