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Registrations open for Newcastle, Australia, conference
Early bird registration is now open for the Engineering Heritage Australia conference in Newcastle, 7-9 December 2015.

Celebrating Wellington Cable Car's Engineering Heritage
On 15 April 2015 a special Engineering New Zealand plaque was unveiled by Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown. The plaque recognises the heritage importance of the city's famous Cable Car.

Obituary: Sir John Ingram
Prominent New Zealand engineer and Engineering Heritage supporter, Sir John Ingram, died on 1 April 2015.

Obituary: Bryan Allen Bartley
Bryan Bartley, Engineering New Zealand Engineering Heritage Auckland Chapter member, died on 24 March 2015.

NZ’s toughest job?
The $13 million makeover of the Makatote Viaduct on the North Island Main Trunk rail line is on schedule despite difficult conditions for contractors.

Engineering New Zealand’s Engineering Heritage Record has information about the history and engineering significance of the Makatote Viaduct.

Conference papers available for free download
Papers presented at the 4th Engineering Heritage Conference at Lincoln University, Canterbury, in November 2014 are now available on the conference’s website.

4th Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference review
Held at Lincoln University, Canterbury, 24-26 November 2014, the recent engineering heritage conference attracted an inter-disciplinary group interested in exploring the balance between engineering, heritage and nature.