Climbing faces

The last hard ridges

Part of story: Mountaineering

There have been many netball stars over the years. Some remain particularly well known because of their contribution to the sport as players, coaches and administrators.

Part of story: Netball

Sikhs

In 2013 New Zealand was home to more than 19,000 Sikhs, a religious and ethnic community based in the Indian state of Punjab.

Part of story: Diverse religions

Lesbian political struggles

Gay liberation

Part of story: Lesbian lives

European groups

Part of story: Migrant and refugee organisations

Inglewood

Inglewood Town and rural service centre 18 km south-east of New Plymouth, with a 2013 population of 3,243.

Part of story: Taranaki places

Military conflicts

The two decades after the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi were marked more by cooperation than conflict between Māori and non-Māori.

Part of story: Māori–Pākehā relations

Southern Hawke’s Bay

Woodville

Part of story: Hawke’s Bay places

Eastbourne

Eastbourne Across the harbour from downtown Wellington is a line of seaside settlements backed by beech forest – a peaceful contrast to the city’s bustle.

Part of story: Wellington places

Society and culture

Scottish Presbyterians

Part of story: Southland region

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