Welcome to Kete Masterton


Your Stories - Your Pictures - Your Kete  


Kete Masterton has been created to capture and preserve the memories, stories and activities of the people of Masterton. Kete (the Māori word for basket) is open source software, originally developed by Katipo Communications and the Horowhenua Library Trust.  Kete can be used by individuals and community groups to upload documents, photographs, audio or video, and then group them together in 'baskets'. 


To start you need to register an account. You may like to look at the about basket [kete] or around the help section. If you need help the staff at the Masterton District Library will be pleased to assist. The library also has computers, scanners (to copy those old documents and photos), and access to other recording devices for projects. If you would like to attend a training workshop in using and developing a Kete site please register your interest with the Masterton Library 

(06) 370 6253.


Kete Masterton is provided for you by the Masterton District Library and Wairarapa Archive through The Aotearoa Peoples Network Kaharoa.


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Elizabeth Miller (Liz) (Dreamweaver)
Liz Miller remembers... the early days of Glistening Waters that developed from a dream she held for many years.
Grant Organisations and Sponsors are listed with their years of support to the 9 festivals held from 1992 to 2008.
New Zealand storyteller Tania Faulkner-McKenzie told at the 1998 festival
Nancy Wang and Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo performed as ETH-NOH_TEC in 2004


   Masterton District Library Kete

       Wairarapa Archive Kete


 Useful Links:

          Masterton District Library

            Wairarapa Archive

        Katipo Communications

              National Library

      Aotearoa Peoples Network

             Picture Wairarapa

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M.I.S students being shown around the HMNZS Monowai.

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