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Auckland, 1859

In 1859, when this drawing was made, Auckland was already showing strong influences of European settlement. This view is from Parnell Rise towards what is now the central city. Auckland was then the capital, and Parliament buildings can be seen in the distance, at far left. These signs of mass ...

Women working for Wellington Tramways, photographed in 1943 by Charles Percy Boyer. Shows them working on the tracks. Old Pictures, Old Photos, The Hutt, Female Photographers, New Zealand, Tours, History, City, Women

Women working for Wellington Tramways - Photograph taken by C P S Boyer | National Library of New Zealand

Women working for Wellington Tramways, photographed in 1943 by Charles Percy Boyer. Shows them working on the tracks. Dated from information in 'T...

Little poppy book read, book for Anzac Day and remembrance Day. Poppy Book, Nz History, First Encounter, Anzac Day, Remembrance Day, Science Resources, World View, The Old Days, Special Gifts

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Ngā Tamatoa supports Dawn Raids apology - but wants raids to stop | Te Ao Māori News

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Anne Salmond: Aotearoa NZ histories

Distinguished Professor Dame Anne Salmond reflects on some key questions she raised in an earlier Newsroom column over how Aotearoa New Zealand can design a new institutional order.

The Sunday Essay: Arthur Conan Doyle’s conversations with the dead, New Zealand, 1920 | The Spinoff Sir Arthur, Arthur Conan Doyle, Spirit World, World War One, Canterbury, New Zealand, Sunday, History, News

The Sunday Essay: Arthur Conan Doyle's conversations with the dead, New Zealand, 1920

Having declared Sherlock Holmes deceased, the writer turned to the spirit world, bringing his lectures and psychic photographs to the antipodes. Redmer Yska writes. The Sunday Essay is made possible thanks to the support of Creative New Zealand Original illustrations by Anna Crichton When

As Ian Pryor writes on AudioCulture’s sister site NZ On Screen, “When Fane Flaws fills out an airport arrivals card, it must be hard to pick a profession. Artist probably summarises it best.” Musician, songwriter, performer, visual artist, film director, a

Fane Flaws on Screen - Story | AudioCulture

As Ian Pryor writes on AudioCulture’s sister site NZ On Screen, “When Fane Flaws fills out an airport arrivals card, it must be hard to pick a profession. Artist probably summarises it best.” Musician, songwriter, performer, visual artist, film director, a

Stuff podcast Once a Panther reveals how the Polynesian Panthers used guerilla manoeuvres to stop an oppressive government.

Once a Panther: The revolutionary Polynesians who stopped the dawn raids

Stuff podcast Once a Panther reveals how the Polynesian Panthers used guerilla manoeuvres to stop an oppressive government.

Once a Panther: Stuff releases latest podcast funded by NZ on Air | Stuff.co.nz

Once a Panther: Stuff releases latest podcast funded by NZ on Air

Stuff brings you an intimate portrayal of the Polynesian Panther Party. A group that fought racism and inspired a homegrown revolution.

Apology breathes hope of something new for Pacific families | Stuff.co.nz

Apology breathes hope of something new for Pacific families

OPINION: For our Tongan community, it wasn’t the dawn raids, it was the dog raids.

Today marks 50 years to the day that six Pacific Islanders grouped together in central Auckland to form the Polynesian Panther Party. Community Show, John Miller, Black Panther Party, Study Photos, Old Folks, National Symbols, Malcolm X, Criminology, Maori

Polynesian Panthers mark 50 years of activism

Today marks 50 years to the day that six Pacific Islanders grouped together in central Auckland to form the Polynesian Panther Party.

Dawn Raids Apology ‘Empty’ Without Action on Immigration | Newsroom

Dawn Raids apology ‘empty’ without action on immigration

Missing from the apology announcement was a list of actions to address intergenerational harms caused by the Dawn Raids. Dylan Asafo on what those actions should look like.

Ngā Tamatoa member calls for government to do more for Pasifika | Te Ao Māori News

Ngā Tamatoa member calls for government to do more for Pasifika

Taitimu Maipi says the experience has left many Pacifika people traumatised for decades.

Advocacy, Apologies, and New Beginnings | Newsroom

Advocacy, apologies, and new beginnings

Josiah Tualamali'i looks back at our history to give context and meaning to the fight to get Pacific people's mana recognised in apology for the Dawn Raids.

Dawn Raids Apology: 'I Do Not Want My Children To Be Shackled By That Pain' | Newsroom

Dawn Raids apology: 'I do not want my children to be shackled by that pain'

The Government has announced it will formally apologise for the Dawn Raids. Parliament's Pasifika MPs share their reactions and memories with Newsroom.

Polynesian Panthers welcome apology for Dawn Raids, but urge action | RNZ

Polynesian Panthers welcome apology for Dawn Raids, but urge action

A formal apology is coming from the government for the "dehumanising and terrorising treatment" committed during the Dawn Raids of the 1970s. The raids were carried out to uncover and deport overstayers and took place very early in the morning or late at night. The government's acknowledged they were severe with demeaning, verbal and physical treatment. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the raids, and what they represented, created deep wounds. Dr Melani Anae is a foundation member of the…

On the Dawn Raids and apologies – a Polynesian Panther writes | The Spinoff Leading From The Front, Labor Union, The Settlers, Scapegoat, Keynote Speakers, Anti Racism, Latest Video, History, Historia

On the Dawn Raids and apologies – a Polynesian Panther writes

Jacinda Ardern has announced the government will make a formal apology for the Dawn Raids of the 1970s. It promises to be a critical part of healing the relationship between the state and the Pacific peoples of Aotearoa, writes Dr Melani Anae, who joined the Polynesian Panthers in 1971. On June 2