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Auckland Botanical Gardens By Chelsea Roper
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Auckland Botanical Gardens, Auckland, New Zealand
Incredible Images By Bruce Clarke (BGB) et al.
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Remuera: Memories of a New Zealand boy between the wars By Cyril Belshaw
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A Neew Zealand boy grows up but doesn't know it is in the Great depression. He has mixed result in his schools, recalls his friendships, his mother who takes care of the domestic life and his... More > professorial father sho shares his interests with his son. The war intervenes as the youth falls in love. Army ser5vice takes him away from his own country. It turns out to be for ever ane he wonderss who he is beneath the label New Zealand-Canadian. This is a story and a seldom recorded social dosument.< Less
My Calendar By Carolyn
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This calendar of scenic views and close-ups of Auckland, New Zealand is inspired by some of the places I've visited while writing the Auckland-based pages of my blog www.ventimigliaaltawords.com.
Raining again By Tobias Basedow
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Raining again is a photographic journey through today's Auckland accompanied by Robert Creeley’s poem “The Dogs of Auckland” from 1996.
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Raining again is a photographic journey through today's Auckland accompanied by Robert Creeley’s poem “The Dogs of Auckland” from 1996.
Muddy Urbanism By Kathy Waghorn, Andrew Barrie
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Muddy Urbanism is a special urban-research studio at The School of Architecture and Planning, The University of Auckland. This research proposes new interfaces between urban policy, ecological... More > systems and community participation for the regeneration of an urban river catchment in the city’s inner west. Muddy Urbanism was part of the 5th Auckland Triennial, curated by Hou Hanru. It was first presented at the Auckland Art Gallery in May, 2013. Muddy Urbanism was led by Kathy Waghorn from The University of Auckland in collaboration with Teddy Cruz, Professor of Public Culture at the University of California, San Diego and co-founder of the Center for Urban Ecologies.The book contains documentation of all projects and an interview with Teddy Cruz.< Less
Sunthought By Malcolm Dreaneen
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A gritty tale about redemption, Polynesian culture and growing up in South Auckland, New Zealand. Sunthought Staines is a half-cast Tongan, brought up on the tough streets of Manurewa. When his... More > mother dies of cancer he descends into a life of crime, and probably an early death, were it not for a mysterious old woman, a squatter on his uncle's land, who possesses an extraordinary gift.< Less
Sunthought By Malcolm Dreaneen
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A gritty tale about redemption, Polynesian culture and growing up in South Auckland, New Zealand. Sunthought Staines is a half-cast Tongan, brought up on the tough streets of Manurewa. When his... More > mother dies of cancer he descends into a life of crime, and probably an early death, were it not for a mysterious old woman, a squatter on his uncle's land, who possesses an extraordinary gift.< Less
Sospan Fach: The Saga of the Little Saucepan--North American Edition By Ken Lord
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Four people with no sailing experience leave Auckland, NZ, on an amateur-built yacht to Australia, planning to sail three days north and turn left. The boat has no motor, radio, extra sails, or... More > instrumentation. The skipper has a small compass and a toy sextant on which he has no training. There are a one-person lifeboat, one life preserver, and provisions for three weeks. They are stranded for six weeks on Middleton Reef before rescue, while passengers considered mutiny. The vessel runs aground on Middleton Reef, 800 miles off course, the site of many prior shipwrecks. Within walking distance is a wrecked Japanese fishing trawler, the Fuku Maru #7, where they reside for six weeks, struggling to stay fed and healthy, and dealing with interpersonal relations problems. Philip develops courage. Georgina finds her voice. Colleen continues to whine. The skipper appears mad, attempting to keep the others from eating the available food and suggesting he is capable of murder. The three discuss mutiny.< Less