Release on 1894 | by New South Wales. Bureau of Statistics and Economics
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Author: New South Wales. Bureau of Statistics and Economics
... 59 as independent country, 60 location, 4 manufacturing, 85 Northern Territory Aboriginal Land Rights Act (Australia), 49 North Island, New Zealand, 13 Nuclear-powered ships prohibited from New Zealand, 63–64, 92–93 Nuclear testing, ...
Author: Elizabeth J. Leppman
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
This new series puts people in the world geographic landscape, showing students how people are affected by and respond to, economic, social, and political forces at the global and the local scale.
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Release on 1993 | by United States. Superintendent of Documents
T 22/2 : 2 H 33 ) , 93-22575 Occupational retraining United States States Evaluation . Nueces Bay ( Tex . ) ... 19 Australia . ( S 9.10 : 11395 ) , 93-22315 - - . Oceanography Research New Zealand International cooperation .
Author: United States. Superintendent of Documents
Category: Government publications
February issue includes Appendix entitled Directory of United States Government periodicals and subscription publications; September issue includes List of depository libraries; June and December issues include semiannual index
South Indian , 324 , 658 Sydney and Louisburg Coal and Railway , 189 Taff Vale , 93 , 422 Tasmanian Main Line , 373 Tongoy ... 47 South Australian , 519 Standard Life , 239 Standard Fire and Marine of New Zealand , 191 Standard Marine ...
Handbook to Western Australia and its Goldfields 1 / -c 8 ° Sonnenschein 93 67. NEW ZEALAND . 89 J. Bibliography * Literature relating to New Zealand : a bibliography 10/6 r 8o Wellington Earliest time to 1889 ; w , notes .
Handbook to Western Australia and its Goldfields 1/2 c 8 ° Sonnenschein 93 67. NEW ZEALAND . 89 R. A. A. Bibliography . * Literature relating to New Zealand : a bibliography 10/6 r 8 * Wellington Earliest time to 1889 ; w . notes .
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95-8338 TD 2.30 / 16 : 93-015 The environmental benefits of bicycling and walking ( microform ) : FHWA case study # 15 . ... 93-016 Bicycle and pedestrian policies and programs in Asia , Australia , and New Zealand ( microform ) ...
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Auckland, New Zealand 150 county societies 172, 176–7 migration patterns 151, 153–4, 159 St George's Society 170 Australia Anglican Church in 86–7, 90–1, 93, 95 associationalism 11, 174–6 cricket 185, 204 English ethnicity in 7 ...
Author: Tanja Bueltmann
Publisher: Oxford University Press
After 1600, English emigration became one of Europe's most significant population movements. Yet compared to what has been written about the migration of Scots and Irish, relatively little energy has been expended on the numerically more significant English flows. Whilst the Scottish, Irish, German, Italian, Jewish and Black Diasporas are well known and much studied, there is virtual silence on the English. Why, then, is there no English Diaspora? Why has little been said about the English other than to map their main emigration flows? Did the English simply disappear into the host population? Or were they so fundamental, and foundational, to the Anglophone, Protestant cultures of the evolving British World that they could not be distinguished in the way Catholic Irish or continental Europeans were? With contributions from the UK, Europe North America and Australasia that examine themes as wide-ranging as Yorkshire societies in New Zealand and St George's societies in Montreal, to Anglo-Saxonism in the Atlantic World and the English Diaspora of the sixteenth century, this international collection explores these and related key issues about the nature and character of English identity during the creation of the cultures of the wider British World. It does not do so uncritically. Several of the authors deal with and accept the invisibility of the English, while others take the opposite view. The result is a lively collection which combines reaffirmations of some existing ideas with fresh empirical research, and groundbreaking new conceptualisations.
merican seapower requires a robust constellation of bases to support global power projection. Given the rise of China and the emergence of the Asia-Pacific as the center of global economic growth and strategic contention, nowhere is American basing access more important than in this region. Yet manifold political and military challenges, stemming not least of which from rapidly-improving Chinese long-range precision strike capabilities, complicate the future of American access and security here. This book addresses what will be needed to maintain the fundaments of U.S. seapower and force projection in the Asia-Pacific, and where the key trend lines are headed in that regard. This book demonstrates that U.S. Asia-Pacific basing and access is increasingly vital, yet increasingly vulnerable. It demands far more attention than the limited coverage it has received to date, and cannot be taken for granted. More must be done to preserve capabilities and access upon which American and allied security and prosperity depend.
This followed New Zealand's withdrawal from ANZUS (an agreement of military protection among Australia, New Zealand, ... (Harris 2010: 93) — “terminated the right of the United Kingdom parliament to legislate for New Zealand” (93).
Author: Natacha Gagné
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Category: Social Science
Indigenous peoples around the world have been involved in struggles for decolonization, self-determination, and recognition of their rights, and the Māori of Aotearoa-New Zealand are no exception. Now that nearly 85% of the Māori population have their main place of residence in urban centres, cities have become important sites of affirmation and struggle. Grounded in an ethnography of everyday life in the city of Auckland, Being Maori in the City is an investigation of what being Māori means today. One of the first ethnographic studies of Māori urbanization since the 1970s, this book is based on almost two years of fieldwork, living with Māori families, and more than 250 hours of interviews. In contrast with studies that have focused on indigenous elites and official groups and organizations, Being Māori in the City shines a light on the lives of ordinary individuals and families. Using this approach, Natacha Gagné adroitly underlines how indigenous ways of being are maintained and even strengthened through change and openness to the larger society.
... 299 New Zealand Court of Appeal , 87–8 , 90–1 , 93 , 295 New Zealand District Court , 93 New Zealand Family Court , 93 New Zealand High Court , 93 South African Constitutional Court , 68 , 69 , 70 , 73 South Australian District ...
Author: Clement Macintyre
Publisher: Wakefield Press
Category: Constitutional law
Fundamental reform of State Constitutions is needed now more than ever. Indeed, the process is under way in all States and Territories. Across Australia there is a growing belief that public institutions must be made more relevant to the needs of an increasingly restless electorate.