Tāmaki Makaurau is a city of landscapes whose histories are unknown to the majority of its inhabitants, Stuff reports. But a local historian hopes to change that. “They are the unknown histories,” says Lucy Mackintosh, describing how Aotearoa’s largest city suffers from a chronic case of historical amnesia. However, Mackintosh doesn’t blame Aucklanders for knowing so little of the history of their landscape, maunga and domains. “I don’t think historians are very good at engaging with the land,” she says.