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Auckland’s Chinese: Home, Youth and Joy in Turbulence

Auckland’s Chinese: Home, Youth and Joy in Turbulence

by Hanna Lu* you have to understand,that no one puts their children in a boatunless the water is safer than the land … no one leaves home until home is a sweaty voice in your earsaying-leave,run away from me nowi don’t know what i’ve becomebut i know that anywhereis...

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Two Powerful Voices in Diverse Communities

Two Powerful Voices in Diverse Communities

by Brooke Stevenson* Mere Newton and Mary Dreaver were two women in politics in the 1930s that commanded an influential were voice within their respective communities. On the 28th August 1939, Mere Newton suspended standing orders of the Onehunga Borough Council...

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After the Trial Mall: Queen Street’s Stagnated Development

After the Trial Mall: Queen Street’s Stagnated Development

by Nancy Mitchelson* In August of 1979, things were still looking hopeful for a proposed pedestrian mall in Queen Street, following the carnival-like, week-long trial in May. Furthermore, the closing off of the Wellesley/Victoria street block was approved by the ACC...

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Resilience

Resilience

by Nicolas Jones* The Māori Community Centre, set up in 1947, was an important component in the reestablishment of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei’s community identity. During a period of significant upheaval and devastation for Ngāti Whātua, the Centre provided space for a...

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