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By Bollard, Alan; With Gaitanos, Sarah
An authoritative insider's perspective, this book penned by the governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand chronicles the global financial and economic meltdown. A well-researched and dynamic firsthand account, it captures the drama of the events-from the overheated markets of 2...007 through the collapse of investment banks and crises in multiple economies to the fragile recovery in New Zealand and the world in 2010-as politicians, bankers, and government officials struggled to deal with the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. This updated edition also reveals how New Zealand grappled with the impact of debt crises in the United States and Europe as well as with the devastating effects of the Christchurch earthquakes.Read more
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By Gaitanos, Sarah
Shirley Smith was one of the most remarkable New Zealanders of the 20th century, a woman whose lifelong commitment to social justice, legal reform, gender equality and community service left a profound legacy.
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The book tells the full story of the many aspects of Nola Millar's career, which also included important work as Reference Librarian at the Turnbull, and is illuminating about NZ theatre history and the social contexts within which Millar worked. It is illustrated with over 100 t...heatre and personal photographs.Read more
Klara Galambos was a twenty-year-old violin student in Budapest in March 1944. During the war she was transported with the Jews of Szombathely to Auschwitz Birkenau. The Violinist draws on memoir, interviews and historical research to tell her compelling story.
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