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By Dwyer, Denis
Tom Ellison is the man behind the black jersey and silver fern of the All Blacks. He was the Mr Rugby of his era, a tremendous player who captained the All Blacks in 1893 (the first Maori to do so), captained, coached and selected teams, developed the role of the wing-forward whi ...
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Edited by Dwyer, Denis; Drakakis-Smith, David W.
This study examines the ethnic dimension of development issues within a theoretical framework. Case histories are included from Africa, Latin America and Asia, which illustrate the role of ethnicity in the development process.
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The illegitimate baby of an Anglo-Irish aristocrat, Tom Ryan and his family were banished from Ireland to the far ends of the earth: New Zealand. He went on to score the first points for the first All Blacks rugby team and have a huge influence on the development of tourism servi ...
Seeing the country afresh on foot, 73-year old Denis Dwyer embarks on a series of day-walks, and narrates his experiences, and provides detail about each track/walkway. In humorous, good-natured style, he travels through countryside, towns, cities and islands, mostly solo, also w ...
Denis Dwyer has loved rail travel since he travelled by steam train as a boy from Oamaru to Invercargill. Here he travels by rail through New Zealand, bringing the journeys alive with detail and humour.
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