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NZHistory 15h
The MP had the 'Energy of a tired snail returning home from a funeral' . Unparliamentary language:
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NZHistory 19h
Today in History 24 May 1968, Three die in Īnangahua earthquake
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NZHistory 19h
Today in History 24 May 1943, Turning point in Battle of the Atlantic
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Today in History 24 May 1854, Parliament's first sitting in Auckland
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National Library NZ May 22
Next Tuesday! Perfecting the Treaty partnership? Applying the Treaty of Waitangi to 21st century law and policy:
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NZHistory May 22
Today in History 23 May 1861, First major gold rush in Otago
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NZHistory May 22
Today in History 23 May 1966, Coronation of first Māori Queen
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NZHistory May 22
Today in History 22 May 1995, Waikato-Tainui sign Deed of Settlement with the Crown
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NZHistory May 21
Today in History 21 May 1840, Hobson proclaims British sovereignty over New Zealand
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NZHistory May 18
Today in History 19 May 1987, Attempted hijacking in Fiji foiled
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NZHistory May 18
Today in History 19 May 1846, Brunner, Kehu and Heaphy reach Māwhera pā
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NZHistory May 17
Today in History 18 May 1937, New Zealand nurses detained on way to Spanish Civil War
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NZHistory May 16
Replying to @Kiwi_Maree
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NZHistory May 16
Replying to @PaiviTen
This might be worth sniffing out:
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NZHistory May 16
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NZHistory May 16
Today in History 17 May 1962, Renegade folk hero George Wilder escapes from prison
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NZHistory May 16
Today in History 17 May 1833, First British Resident inaugurated
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NZHistory May 16
Today in History 17 May 1922, Catholic Bishop found not guilty of sedition
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National Library NZ May 15
From Saturday, come learn the stories of the rangatira who signed Aotearoa’s first document of independence.
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NZHistory May 15
Today in History 16 May 1846, Eight killed in attack on Boulcott Farm
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