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First published in 1964, the Journal contains a wealth of wonderful reading. This is an outstanding heritage resource, with firsthand accounts, researched articles, historical information and more.
Published in 1962 for the Waihi Borough Council Waihi Diamond Jubilee. Editor Nellie Scott Climie. In many ways this was the first Ohinemuri Regional History Journal (see Nellie's Editorial).
Published in 1959 by the Jubilee Committee. Chairman Eric Nash. Editor Nellie Scott Donaldson (Climie).
This "Diamond Jubilee Souvenir and Historical Record of the Ohinemuri County, 1885-1945" was published in 1945 by the Ohinemuri County Council. Editor A A Jenkinson, County Clerk.
This Monograph was researched and compiled by Nell Scott Climie, B. E. M and Gary Staples, from numerous recollections of early settlers and their families, and from early written records including newspapers and mining reports. Published 1983.
Manuscripts by Chook Sutton
GPS data by Eric Lens
In the early 1990's, Gary and Elaine Staples set up an enclosure to begin a weka breeding programme in Karangahake. "Weka Watch" recorded their progress, and the ultimate failure of the project because of predation. Can the Weka once more be nurtured in the Ohinemuri?
Between 1991 and 1993 Sid Marsh published his Kokako Log in the Waihi Leader.
The "Heritage" section of the Waihi Walkways website provides a summary of features present in the landscape in the vicinity of the Mill Stream Walkway. Included is a series of images and maps.
Interpretation of the significant gold mining heritge remains on the Waihi to Waikino section of the cycleway beside the Ohinemuri River. Includes photographs, maps and instructions for phone/GPS.