Moving to another country is a big decision, especially when it means a long and dangerous journey.
Part of story: History of immigration
Relatively small numbers of Austrians, Czechs, Slovaks, Slovenes and people from the Balkans (Romanians, Bulgarians and Albanians) have settled in New Zealand.
Part of story: Central and South-eastern Europeans
The first church
Part of story: Pacific churches in New Zealand
First market gardens Māori had extensive gardens in New Zealand and became the first commercial growers of vegetables. They traded potatoes
Part of story: Market gardens and production nurseries
Balance of payment crises
Part of story: Balance of payments
Māori fishing In spring, Māori caught whitebait moving upstream, using nets and groynes formed in the gravel of river banks. They also caught adult īnanga in nets as the fish moved downstream
Part of story: Whitebait and whitebaiting
New Zealand’s centennial