Sites Using Kete

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Kete Tararua (http://ketetararua.peoplesnetworknz.info)
Kete Tararua is an online digital repository of media generated and uploaded by our community. Here you will find stories, photos, videos and audio of the land and people of Tararua. Our aim is to bring these stories together so that we can share with each other, Aotearoa New Zealand and the world. The Tararua region stretches from the ridges of the Ruahine and Tararua ranges, to the shores of the Pacific. Tararua encompasses the townships of Norsewood, Dannevirke, Woodville, Pahiatua, Eketahuna, Ballance and Pongaroa as well as the coastal areas of Akitio and Herbertville. Discover a relaxed lifestyle conveniently close to main centres. Great fishing, eco-tourism and adventure opportunities. Visit the world famous National Wildlife Centre at Mount Bruce, view the majestic turbines of Tararua Wind Power and Te Apiti, experience the tranquillity of a walk through stunning native forests. The Kete is brought to you by the Tararua District Library, with the support of the National Library of New Zealand and the Aotearoa Peoples Network Kaharoa and utilises open source software first developed by Katipo Communications and the Horowhenua Library Trust. Everybody with media or stories about Tararua is more than welcome to freely contribute to the Kete by registering. If you have any questions, or wish for advice as to how to contribute, please do not hesitate to contact us via the Tararua Library Service.
Chinese Digital Community (http://chinesecommunity.org.nz)
The Chinese Digital Community contains historical and contemporary information, articles, images, audio, video, documents and web links about New Zealand's Chinese community.
Kete Pukekura Park (http://kete.pukekura.org.nz)
Kete Pukekura holds information about the plants, people, places and history of Pukekura Park (incorporating Brooklands)
The Cuba Street Memories Project (http://kete.wcl.govt.nz)
The Cuba Street Memories Project is a collaborative community history. Help us build a history of Cuba Street (Wellington, New Zealand) online - share your memories and pictures of Cuba Street and contribute your knowledge of the area.
Horowhenua Library Trust (http://kete.library.org.nz)
The Kete set up to manage information for, by and about Horowhenua Library Trust as an organisation. Most of the content can be viewed by the public, although some is restricted to staff only, and all content can be edited by staff only.
West Coast Te Tai o Poutini (http://ketewestcoast.peoplesnetworknz.info)
A community initiative lead by the district libraries to gather and archive stories and digital information of the region
Kete New Plymouth (http://ketenewplymouth.peoplesnetworknz.info)
Kete New Plymouth, is the Puke Ariki Community Kete.
Kete Carterton (http://ketecarterton.peoplesnetworknz.info)
Kete Carterton is a digital knowledge basket of Carterton community and heritage information, created by the community, for everyone to enjoy.
Kete Hamilton (http://ketehamilton.peoplesnetworknz.info)
Kete Hamilton is a digital knowledge basket of Hamilton memories, created by the community, for future generations to enjoy.
Kete Digital New Zealand (http://kete.digitalnz.org)
Kete Digital New Zealand holds digital content from those who want to make it easier for others to discover and interact with unique New Zealand content through projects powered by DigitalNZ (http://www.digitalnz.org). In particular, it is a container where you can put or find digital content that otherwise would not be available online (for example in other Kete sites, or repositories).
MarciTackett.com (http://marcitackett.com)
A portfolio of Marci Tackett's art work.
Six O'clock Swill (http://sixoclockswill.com)
The online home for the Six O'clock Swill, pint sized theatre at the Mighty Mighty.
Ha Kete KĊrero (http://kete.taranakireo.co.nz)
Kete Horowhenua (http://horowhenua.kete.net.nz)
A knowledge basket of images, audio, video and documents which are collected and catalogued by the community. The original site the the Kete software was written for.
old.kete.net.nz (http://old.kete.net.nz)
This site! Home of the Kete software community.