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Jan 142018

Our 2018/19 financial year starts 1st April 2018, with the subscription remaining at $25 for the year.

Those wishing to renew their membership may pay by internet banking to our bank account

BNZ 02- 0591-0040791-000

Please put your surname/membership number in the fields available so that your payment can be identified.

If you also belong to the NZ Society of Genealogists, please also provide your NZSG number.

Payments may also be made by cheque, payable to Kapiti Genealogy, and posted to

Membership Secretary
Kapiti Genealogy
P O Box 703
Paraparaumu, 5254

or handed to a committee member at a meeting.

Allow time for the new (blue) card to be delivered.

The 2017/18 cream card remains valid for a while yet – notification of its withdrawal will be in the newsletter in May.

 14 January 2018  Posted by at 5:49 pm Uncategorized ,  No Responses »
Sep 172017

To change your email address with Kapiti Genealogy, please log in to our website.

If by any chance when you log in you end up on a page that’s nothing like the website and possibly says “Dashboard” over on the lhs,

go to the top black line, hover your mouse over where it says Kapiti Genealogy and select Visit Site.

Normality should be restored and the screenshots below will then make sense.

It’s this bit over on the left hand side

using either your assigned Username, or the Email address we have on file for you – ie where we sent your last newsletter to.

Once logged in go to the Membership tab

then Members Only

then Your profile

Scroll down to the field headed Email and enter your new email address

Ditto in the next field labelled Retype Email to verify it.

Scroll down and click Update

All done.


Thank you


 17 September 2017  Posted by at 7:50 pm Uncategorized  1 Response »
May 162017

We are delighted to let you know that the He Tohu exhibition is officially opening this week, and on Saturday 20 May there will be a Whanau Day to which you are all invited. The National Library and Archives NZ will run a programme of family-friendly events from 10am to 4pm. Included will be exhibition tours, presentations, craft activities, roaming performers, cultural performances, and the Amazing Travelling Photo Booth. Special guests include Julian and Christian Dennison. For programme details see the National Library website https://natlib.govt.nz/events/2017/5/20


Please note that the National Library building will be closed all day on May 19, as we prepare to open He Tohu. This includes the Turnbull reading rooms, the galleries, and HOME café. Our online services will be available.

 16 May 2017  Posted by at 1:07 pm Uncategorized  No Responses »