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- Auckland University Press 2008; US$ 31.99
The definitive life story of New Zealand Prime Minister “Kiwi? Keith Holyoake is revealed in this deftly composed exploration of how one man was able to weather complex changes in society to stay in power for more than 11 years. Through his leadership in the 1960s to his position as Governor General in the late 1970s, Holyoake was often derided as... more...
- Auckland University Press 2002; US$ 31.99
Drawing on oral histories of the indigenous Maori peoples of the area, archaeological evidence, and early missionaries? diaries and histories, this model of local history provides a comprehensive contextual history of the city of Auckland from first settlement of the area about 800 years ago up to 1840. more...
- Hunter Publishing 2009; US$ 7.99
Marlborough, Nelson, Mt. Cook, the glaciers, Fiordland, Otago, Stewart Island, Rakiura National Park - here is the ultimate guide to the magical South Island. The South Island is dominated by the 500-km (300-mile) spine of the Southern Alps. The western side of the Alps is punctuated with rainforest, glaciers and fast-flowing rivers; the eastern side... more...
- Hunter Publishing 2014; US$ 6.99
Eastland is one of the least visited, most isolated and most scenic areas of New Zealand. This is an area of huge importance to the Ngati Porou - the second-largest tribe of Maori. This is a stunning part of New Zealand, an area that is largely untouched by tourists, and most New Zealanders will never make their way here. You might just feel as if... more...
- Hunter Publishing 2014; US$ 6.99
Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and the main port of entry for international visitors. It is a sprawling, modern, busy city but not nearly so densely populated as other global cities of its same geographic size. The 60 square kilometers (23 square miles) that make up the region are home to 1¼ million people - one-third of New Zealands... more...
- Hunter Publishing 2014; US$ 4.99
Known as The Birthplace of a Nation, Northlands natural beauty is equaled by its fascinating history and culture. Northland is home to Hokianga Harbour, where Kupe, the legendary Maori explorer first arrived in his waka or war canoe. In 1840 the Treaty of Waitangi, an historic agreement between Maori and the British Crown, was drafted... more...
- Hunter Publishing 2005; US$ 9.99
Written by a local, this guide covers every region and town, with in-depth information on the Maori culture, the remarkable places to stay and eat, vineyard tours, cooking schools, thermal springs, albatross and whale encounters, scenic drives, and more. Canoe the Whanganui River, ride in a hot air balloon, hike the Waikaremoana Track, explore Whirikana... more...
- Hunter Publishing 2006; US$ 8.99
An activity guide packed with detail on everything from horseback riding and camping to fishing, cruising, hiking and more. Chapters are organized regionally and make it easy to look up local accommodations and eateries, inland and water adventures, and there are even small local maps for quick consultation. more...
- Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Ptd Ltd 2008; US$ 11.17
CultureShock! New Zealand takes readers to the Land of the Long White Cloud which is home to the Maoris, the Pakehas, the All Blacks and most recently, Middle Earth. Gain insights into why the country ranks as one of the best countries to live and work in. Whats more, real experiences and tips on how to avoid the pitfalls when interacting with... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2008; US$ 14.95
In the tradition of Under the Tuscan Sun and A Year in Provence, here is Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson?s ode to his personal paradise?his adopted home, New Zealand. After living in California, why did Masson settle? out of all the places on earth?in such a faraway land? It turns out that while visiting a beautiful sandy beach just fifteen minutes from... more...