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              Mana Whakatipu: Ngai Tahu leader Mark Solomon on leadership and life
               

              Mana Whakatipu: Ngai Tahu leader Mark Solomon on leadership and life (Hardback)

              By Solomon, Mark; With Revington, Mark

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              In 1998, just as South Island iwi Ngai Tahu was about to sign its Treaty of Waitangi settlement with the government - justice of sorts after seven generations of seeking redress - a former foundryman stepped into the pivotal role of kaiwhakahaere or chair of Te Runanga o Ngai T...ahu - the tribal council of Ngai Tahu. Mark Solomon stood at the head of his iwi at a critical moment and can be credited with the astute stewardship of the settlement that has today made Ngai Tahu a major player in the economy and given it long sought-after self determination. Bold, energetic and visionary, for 18 years Solomon forged a courageous and determined course. Now, in this direct memoir, Ta Mark reflects on his life, on the people who influenced him, on what it means to lead, and the future for both Ngai Tahu and Aotearoa New Zealand.
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              ISBN 9780995135437
              Published NZ 12 Aug 2021
              Publisher Massey University Press
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              What are the animals doing?: Kei te aha nga kararehe?
               

              What are the animals doing?: Kei te aha nga kararehe? (Board Book)

              By Piwhairangi, Te Ataakura; Photographs by Ussher, Jane

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              A GORGEOUS BILINGUAL BOARD BOOK

              ISBN 9780995146587
              Published NZ 8 Jul 2021
              Publisher Massey University Press
              Interest Age 0-5 years
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              Kaewa the Korora
                 

              Kaewa the Korora (Paperback)

              By Haydon, Rachel; Illustrated by Keel, Pippa

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              • Pub Date
                14 Oct 21

              Join Kaewa the little blue penguin as she explores her strange new world at the National Aquarium. She is taken under the flipper of Captain, a one-eyed korora who introduces her to the colourful characters of the penguin colony. This feel-good mystery for young readers and their... families has a great cast of engaging characters based on real penguins at the New Zealand's National Aquarium. Its gorgeous illustrations are full of detail and give a penguin's-eye view of life at the aquarium.
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              ISBN 9780995143159
              Published NZ 14 Oct 2021
              Publisher Massey University Press
              Interest Age 7-9 years
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              Reawakened: Traditional navigators of Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa
               

              Reawakened: Traditional navigators of Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa (Paperback)

              By Evans, Jeff; Foreword by Baybayan, Kalepa

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              This book features interviews with 10 master navigators who trained under Mau Piailug, the legendary teacher of traditional wayfinding methods for open-ocean voyaging across the Pacific. They were given the status of master navigator by Mau, and went on to become an integral part... of the renaissance of knowledge and traditions around voyaging.
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              ISBN 9780995131804
              Published NZ 10 Jun 2021
              Publisher Massey University Press
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              Tutira Mai: Making change in Aotearoa New Zealand
               

              Tutira Mai: Making change in Aotearoa New Zealand (Paperback)

              Edited by Belgrave, David; By Dodson, Giles

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              Part of a series exploring and promoting citizenship in Aotearoa, Tutira Mai combines ways to identify and analyse issues with information on how to actively engage with them. It also discusses the ethical risks inherent in active citizenship within a New Zealand context.

              ISBN 9780995122994
              Published NZ 15 Jul 2021
              Publisher Massey University Press
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              The Front Line: Images of New Zealanders in the Second World War
               

              The Front Line: Images of New Zealanders in the Second World War (Hardback)

              By Harper, Glyn; Other primary creator Lemish, Susan

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              A landmark book exploring New Zealand's second world war effort through over 800 photographs, many never before published and many live-action shots taken by those at the front. The images span North Africa, Europe and the Pacific, as well as action on the water and in the air -e...very battle and theatre in which New Zealanders fought. The text by one of New Zealand's leading military historians places the images in context. Chapters on prisoners of war, the home front and New Zealand's role in Japan after the end of hostilities in the Pacific round out this rich visual account of a conflict that dominated all aspects of New Zealand life for seven years.
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              ISBN 9780995140738
              Published NZ 12 Aug 2021
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              Agriculture and Horticulture in New Zealand
               

              Agriculture and Horticulture in New Zealand (Paperback)

              Edited by Stafford, Kevin

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              Written by experts from Massey University's School of Agriculture and Environment, this is an accessible and straightforward overview of the business of growing plants for human and animal consumption, as well as forestry and flower production, with a focus on New Zealand practic...es.
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              ISBN 9780995123045
              Published NZ 13 Jul 2021
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              A Queer Existence: The lives of young gay men in Aotearoa New Zealand
                 

              A Queer Existence: The lives of young gay men in Aotearoa New Zealand (Paperback)

              By Beehre, Mark

              A Queer Existence is a major documentary project that uses photographic portraiture and oral history to record the life experiences of a group of 27 gay men born since the passing of the Homosexual Law Reform Act 1986. In New Zealand, discrimination in work was outlawed in 1993,... same-sex relationships were granted legal recognition in 2005, and marriage equality followed in 2013. As a result these men have life experiences very different to earlier generations of gay New Zealand men. Even so, gay men growing up today may continue to feel stigmatised, and for many coming out is still a major hurdle. Candid, powerful and affecting, the first-person narratives of A Queer Existence form a valuable and unique insight into how gay men continue to have to step out of the mainstream and face their own challenges as they forge their queer identities.
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              ISBN 9780995146570
              Published NZ 9 Sep 2021
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              Invisible: New Zealand's history of excluding Kiwi-Indians
                

              Invisible: New Zealand's history of excluding Kiwi-Indians (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Leckie, Jacqueline

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              • Pub Date
                1 Oct 21

              The Christchurch massacre of 2019 raised questions about what it means to belong to an ethnic and/ or religious minority in a country that, despite the mythology of benign race relations, has experienced a long history of underlying prejudice and racism. Despite being the secon...d largest ethnic group within the 'Asian' population of Aotearoa New Zealand, little has been written about the experiences of Indian migrants, either historically or today. Most writing has focused on celebration and integration, but Invisible speaks of survival and the real impacts racism has on the lives of Indian New Zealanders. It uncovers a story of exclusion that has rendered Kiwi-Indians invisible in the historical narratives of the nation.
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              ISBN 9780995140721
              Published NZ 1 Oct 2021
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              Kei te aha nga kararehe?
               

              Kei te aha nga kararehe? (Board Book)

              By Piwhairangi, Te Ataakura; Photographs by Ussher, Jane

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              A GORGEOUS BOARD BOOK HE PUKAPUKA ATAAHUA HEI PANUI MO NGA TAITAMARIKI ME O RATAU WHANAU

              ISBN 9780995143166
              Published NZ 8 Jul 2021
              Publisher Massey University Press
              Interest Age 0-5 years
              Language (Te Reo Maori)
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