Auckland is at a turning point. At current growth rates it will pass two million people sometime during the decade beginning 2022, at which point social and infrastructure problems will begin to compound.
This book is for two groups of people: new residents coming to Auckland who will need us to pr..
The post-1945 migration to the cities by Maori transformed Aotearoa New Zealand forever. Exploring whatbeing Maori means today, bestselling author Bradford Haami looks back to the experience of the first migrants, and traces the development of an urban Maori identity overthe interceding years. Numer..
Get ready for a new take on New Zealand society, history and geography in one of the first two books in The NZ Series, a snappily designed and fact-packed collection for intermediate and high-school age readers. Here in striking and clear terms are the earth movements above and below New Zealand - w..
Written in te Reo Maori and translated by the author, this picture book from children's literature advocate Dr Darryn Joseph will be published to mark Te Wiki o te Reo Maori/Maori Language Week 2019. Following the life of a teacher, it shows tamariki how to emulate their ancestors in being strong, g..
Told through case studies of entrepreneurs, companies and social enterprises, Whariki weaves together business theory and day-to-day practice to analyse Maori commercial leadership. From Tai Tokerau (Northland) to Otepoti (Dunedin), these are stories of business leadership informed by traditional va..
The war was over and Dad was coming home at last! But the days and weeks go by, and when he does return Dad is not the happy man that young Rita once knew and Thomas thinks he remembers. Struggling to understand his sadness and fears, the kids accompany him as he readjusts to home life, all the whil..
Wiremu Pere (Wi Pere) lived from 1837 to 1915, leading his tribes of Rongowhakaata and Te Aitanga a Mahaki through some of the most turbulent chapters of New Zealand history. He stood resolute against colonialism and entered parliament to stand up for his East Coast people, yet was astute in his bus..
Wally is the sheep supreme, the master of his flock, proud to be the handsome head of his faithful ewes. But pride, as they say, comes before a fall - or in Wally's case, a date with the shearing shed. What will Wally and his flock learn once they have lost their fine fleeces? First published in 200..