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Sir Keith Holyoake - towards a Political Biography by Margaret Clarke
Essence by Krystine Tomaszyk
Category: Back list
In this true story, Krystine Tomaszyk looks back over her life, the earliest memories of which take place as her world, and that of all around her, shatters with the invasion of Poland by the German and then the Soviet army and her deportation to Siberia. This poignant narrative is, at the same time, a ...Show more
Facing the Challenge is the first book published in New Zealand that focuses exclusively on foundation learning for adults. Written by experienced tutors, managers and researchers, it showcases local expertise and experience in the teaching of literacy, language and numeracy to adults.
The New Zealand Dictionary of Business Terms 2nd ed by Martin Lawrence & Kay Switzer
This is a comprehensive, user-friendly dictionary, with a focus on accounting, economics, marketing and law terms.
The Ombudsman in New Zealand by Gilling, Bryan
Category: NZ Society
This book tells the story of the Office of the Ombudsman and places its work in its political and legal contexts, noting the role individuals have played, and outlining some of the tens of thousands of investigations they have undertaken.
Eighty Years on: further memoirs by Nicholas Tarling
Nicholas Tarling's second volume of memoirs, beginning with the 1980s and early 1990s. Tarling was involved in the struggle with the governemnt and its agencies over university 'reforms', with the attempt to keep the Mercury Theatre afloat, and with the founding of what became New Zealand Opera. Tarlin ...Show more
You'll be a Man if You Play Rugby : Sport and the construction of gender by Graeme W. Ferguson
Category: NZ Society
Sport and the Construction of Gender Given that, as a nation , we often define ourselves through sport, it is appropriate to ask what role sport plays in the developmentof gender amongst our young. This book explores how a group of students interpret themselves through their involvement in sport, and ...Show more
Republicanism in New Zealand by Edited by Luke Trainor
Republicanism has the potential to change our national identity, the structure of our constitution and the nature of democracy in New Zealand. The origins of republicanism are explored, its meaning for changes in everyday life, its connection to overseas developments and its distinctive character, inclu ...Show more