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 NZ

Jonathan Boston tackles one of the most urgent questions in contemporary New Zealand: how should we transform the welfare state? Not only do we need to alleviate our current serious social problems, but we also need to meet the challenges of the future in a wa... read more

Transforming the Welfare State - BWB Text Series

Introducing general readers to New Zealand archaeology, Pakeha Settlements in a Maori World tells the story of the first European encounters with a new land. This is a fascinating approach to history through material culture, documenting... read more

Pakeha Settlements in a Maori World - New Zealand Archaeology 1769 1860

Judging her first Landfall Essay Competition in 2018, Landfall editor Emma Neale was seriously challenged. The overall high quality of the 90 submissions made it impossible to choose. After a nails-bitten-to-the-quick struggle, she optimistically... read more

Strong Words 2019 - The Best of the Landfall Essay Competition

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 NZ

A new softback edition of this modern classic of our most renowned tree, the tōtara. A wonder of evolution, the big tree of the forest, the wood behind Māori carving and Pākehā fence posts: the ‘mighty tōtara’ is New Zealand’s tree and this book te... read more

Totara : A Natural and Cultural History

New Zealanders love to sing together. Thousands of us sing in hundreds of choirsthroughout the country, making it our most popular and participated in performing art. Most of us have sung in school choirs, or participated in national competitions such as the Big S... read more

Sing The Story of Choral Music in Aotearoa

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 NZ

Michael Willis was ten years old, already keeping rabbits, guinea pigs, frogs, possums and birds in his parents¿ garden and dreaming of running a zoo of his own. Then came a life-changing present: a copy of naturalist Gerald Durrell¿s The Bafut Beagles. Suddenly the idea of working wit... read more

Rescue

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 NZ

Aotearoa New Zealand has a long legacy of activism. This richly illustrated book brings together over 300 objects made by protestors to proclaim ans symbolise their causes and their struggles. From banners to badges, t-shirts to teatowels, posters to photographs, it is a vivid reflection of 250 years of resistance and persistance.

Protest Tautohetohe

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 NZ

A major new history of craft that spans three centuries of making and thinking in Aotearoa New Zealand and the wider Moana (Pacific). It tells the previously untold story of craft in Aotearoa New Zealand, and proposes a new idea of craft - one that acknowledges Pakeha, Maori and wider Moa... read more

Crafting Aotearoa

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 NZ

From choosing and setting up your RV, to living life on the open road, this book is designed to guide you through all stages of the decision-making process from your RV dreams to the practical realities of RV ownership. Whether it's building, purchasing, self-containment, safety or maintenance... read more

RV There Yet

Shipwrecks litter the coasts and reefs of New Zealand. Disasters at sea are no longer the regular occurrence they were in the days when sea travel was the main means of coastal and international transport, yet recent wrecks like the Rena show that perils remain. S... read more

Shipwrecked - New Zealand Maritime Disasters

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 NZ

Told through case studies of entrepreneurs, companies and social enterprises, Whāriki weaves together business theory and day-to-day practice to analyse Māori commercial leadership. From Tai Tokerau (Northland) to Ōtepoti (Dunedin), these are stories o... read more

Whariki: The growth of Māori community entrepreneurship

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 NZ

At a time when consumers are looking for more and more connection with the foods they eat, Michael Barker proudly shares the Barker's of Geraldine journey, the people, the innovations and the philosophies that still guide them. This is a story of entrepreneurial spir... read more

Barkers of Geraldine: 50 Years Preserved