the Zine page for current issue of news and articles concerning New Zealand life and culture in 1996 NZine became New Zealands first interactive online magazine showing NZ to the world warts and all New Zealand Regional Information and Links to New Zealand Resources contact the publishers and editorship of NZine
clickable listings of previously issued NZine articles - over 1000 still of interest Add your comment to the NZine guestbook - also join and use forums for more interaction
Search Articles  


Have you viewed the New Zealand scenic and information map?
             Home >  Community  > People  :
Celebrated New Zealand Sportsmen of the Twentieth Century - Peter Mander
Ray Harrison and Maurice Agar -- 2000-03-03

Yachtsmen the Mander brothers, especially Peter, Olympic Gold Medallist, and Anthony Wilding, winner of eight Wimbledon titles are Celebrated New Zealand Sportsmen.
Tennis - The Biggest Participant Sport In New Zealand - Tennis
Dorothy -- 2000-05-05

Tennis the biggest participant sport in New Zealand, its organisation and its future described by Maurice Agar
Don McKinnon - Next Commonwealth Secretary General - Leader of the House
Dorothy -- 2000-01-21

Commonwealth Secretary General, is to be New Zealander Don McKinnon, formerly New Zealand Minister of Foreign Affairs and involved in peace negotiations in Bougainville.
A Kennedy Of Legend - Mountaineering
Janet Holm -- 1999-12-22

Mountaineer, teacher, photographer, Will Kennedy was a pioneer in outdoor education for city children, encouraged young climbers and helped establish Arthur's Pass National Park .
New Zealanders Who Have Given Distinguished Service - New Zealand civil engineer
Various Contributors -- 1999-10-29

Water for Survival and other projects benefited from John La Roche's service and Save the Children Fund from Cecily Maccoll's long voluntary service.
Interview With The Very Reverend Dr Alan Brash - Part 3 - Alan Brash
Dorothy -- 1999-08-06

Alan Brash at the World Council of Churches managed a multicultural staff and organised the Assembly in Nairobi. Retirement brought preaching and writing about homosexuality.
Interview With The Very Reverend Dr Alan Brash - Part 2 - disaster relief
Dorothy -- 1999-07-30

Disaster relief work took Alan Brash to Asia, Britain and the World Council of Churches. He increased New Zealanders' awareness of being part of Asia.
Interview With The Very Reverend Dr Alan Brash - Part 1 - ecumenism
Dorothy -- 1999-07-23

Alan Brash has been an outstanding leader in the Christian church worldwide, in relief work and promoting peace, ecumenism and tolerance.
Community Responsibilities In Relation To Prisons - justice system
Dorothy -- 1999-06-18

Cecelia Lashlie, Women's Prison Manager, talks of the real needs of prisoners and the real role of the justice system.
Detoxifying The Mind In The "Journey To Freedom" Workshops
Dorothy -- 1999-08-27

Shamanism is the basis for the techniques used in "Journey to Freedom" workshops conducted by internationally recognised health writer, Leslie Kenton.
   1      2      3      4      5      6   
Home       NZ Map       Contact       Recent Articles       Your Views      

Copyright 1996 - 2005 NZine - A Quality Service from Plain Communications LTD