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              Through to the End: The History of 487 (NZ) Squadron RAF
                

              Through to the End: The History of 487 (NZ) Squadron RAF (Hardback)

              By Palmer, David; With Neeven, Aad; Edited by Koorey, Paul

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              This large hard back book (369 pages) by David Palmer and Aad Neeven, contains numerous black and white photos, along with coloured maps and diagrams, and wide variety of statistical information.

              ISBN 9789082647532
              Published NZ 1 Aug 2017
              Publisher NZ / SP Author Self Published
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              The Nourished Baby
               

              The Nourished Baby (Paperback)

              By Bhosale, Julie

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              It starts at the beginning. The first 1000 days of a baby's life, from conception to the age of two are critical. In particular, the importance of establishing healthy habits in first 12 months after they come into this world cannot be stressed enough

              ISBN 9780473499877
              Published NZ 8 Aug 2017
              Publisher Misc - South Pacific Books
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              The Comprehensive Castle Hill Climbing Guide
                

              The Comprehensive Castle Hill Climbing Guide (Paperback)

              By Pierson, Matt; Davison, Alan

              • RRP: $55.99
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              Initially released in 2008, The Comprehensive Castle Hill Climbing Guide is now updated for 2015, with up-grades, down-grades and newly established problems. All introduction sections have been revised and the all-new Secrets of Performance Bouldering, has been added to provide r...eaders a flash lesson in styling at Castle Hill. Painstakingly researched and designed, this authoritative 256 page publication presents a detailed description to every climb ever established within Castle Hill's two most popular areas: Quantum Field and Spittle Hill. Also contained are three comprehensive mini-guides to the excellent climbs of Rambandit Gully and the lower and upper areas of Cave Stream. All seven remaining areas are introduced providing essential information regarding access and approach together with an overview of each area's most worthwhile climbs.
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              ISBN 1051433
              Published NZ 1 Jan 2015
              Publisher NZ / SP Author Self Published
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              Reading Doctors' Writing: Race, politics and power in Indigenous health research, 1870-1969
               

              Reading Doctors' Writing: Race, politics and power in Indigenous health research, 1870-1969 (PDF ebook)

              By Thomas, David Piers

              The way researchers write about Indigenous peoples in medical journals matters. These representations have influenced the way Australians - indigenous and non-Indigenous - think about Indigenous peoples and their health. This book is of interest to Australians who read or write h...ealth research about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
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              ISBN 9780855755034
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              Language en
              Published NZ 1 Jan 2004
              Publisher Misc - Alliance Distribution
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              Faith in Action
               

              Faith in Action (EPUB ebook)

              By Lake, Meredith

              Faith in Action: HammondCare is the compelling history of one of Australia's leading charities and health and aged care providers. It begins with maverick Archdeacon Robert Hammond, Minister of St Barnabas' Church, Broadway, who established Hammond's Pioneer Homes during the dept...hs of the Great Depression to provide affordable homes for struggling families. By 1940, Hammondville, on the outskirts of Sydney, had 110 homes, a school, general store, post office and church, and was a nationally recognized model for small-scale land settlement. In the early 1950s the organisation established Hammondville Homes for Senior Citizens, one of Australia's first integrated facilities for disadvantaged elderly people. Today, HammondCare services a wide range of people with complex health and aged-care needs, through dementia and aged-care services, palliative care, rehabilitation, and mental health programs. From localised home provider to one of the nation's most respected health and aged-care providers, Faith in Action chronicles the remarkable 80-year history of independent Christian charity HammondCare. It's a narrative that mirrors, informs and is integral to the story of our nation's growth. This beautiful hardcover book is illustrated throughout with rare black and white images and includes a section of colour plates.
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              ISBN 9781742245041
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              Published NZ 1 Feb 2013
              Publisher UNSW Press
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              Winning for Women: A Personal Story
               

              Winning for Women: A Personal Story (PDF ebook)

              By Mathews, Iola

              What was it like to be involved in the heady days of 'second wave' feminism in Australia, when the role of women at home and at work changed decisively? Iola Mathews was one of the founders of the Women's Electoral Lobby, a journalist at The Age, and later a leading ACTU advocate... for women workers during the 'Accord' with the Hawke-Keating Government. She was one of the first generation of women trying to 'have it all' with a career and children. In this honest and revealing memoir, she takes us inside the day-to-day groundwork required to bring about reforms in areas like affirmative action, equal pay, superannuation, childcare, parental leave and work-family issues. This is an important record of a pivotal time for women in Australia's history. Iola brings wisdom and experience to it, reflecting on where we are today, with suggestions for further reform. It's a vital source for policy makers and all those interested in women, work and families. 'Iola Mathews has written a fascinating insider account of how she battled for major reforms for women, especially during her time at the ACTU, where she won landmark cases on parental leave and wage justice for child care and clerical workers. It is so important to know the stories behind these historic victories.' - Anne Summers 'Iola's story shows what can be achieved when passionate people commit to changing the rules and fighting for fairness. Her story shows the best qualities of the union movement - people working to make life better for others and to pursue equality and fairness. A great story of a moment of immense change for working women in Australia, and of the people in the movement who made that change possible.' -Sally McManus
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              ISBN 9781925835168
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              Published NZ 1 May 2019
              Publisher NewSouth Books
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              Winning for Women: A Personal Story
               

              Winning for Women: A Personal Story (EPUB ebook)

              By Mathews, Iola

              What was it like to be involved in the heady days of 'second wave' feminism in Australia, when the role of women at home and at work changed decisively? Iola Mathews was one of the founders of the Women's Electoral Lobby, a journalist at The Age, and later a leading ACTU advocate... for women workers during the 'Accord' with the Hawke-Keating Government. She was one of the first generation of women trying to 'have it all' with a career and children. In this honest and revealing memoir, she takes us inside the day-to-day groundwork required to bring about reforms in areas like affirmative action, equal pay, superannuation, childcare, parental leave and work-family issues. This is an important record of a pivotal time for women in Australia's history. Iola brings wisdom and experience to it, reflecting on where we are today, with suggestions for further reform. It's a vital source for policy makers and all those interested in women, work and families. 'Iola Mathews has written a fascinating insider account of how she battled for major reforms for women, especially during her time at the ACTU, where she won landmark cases on parental leave and wage justice for child care and clerical workers. It is so important to know the stories behind these historic victories.' - Anne Summers 'Iola's story shows what can be achieved when passionate people commit to changing the rules and fighting for fairness. Her story shows the best qualities of the union movement - people working to make life better for others and to pursue equality and fairness. A great story of a moment of immense change for working women in Australia, and of the people in the movement who made that change possible.' -Sally McManus
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              ISBN 9781925835175
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              Published NZ 1 May 2019
              Publisher NewSouth Books
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              Making Waves
               

              Making Waves (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Penington, David

              • RRP: $55.00
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              ISBN 9780522877052
              Published NZ 30 Jul 2010
              Publisher Melbourne University Press
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              Libra

              Libra (Paperback)

              By Black, Milton; Cassidy, Carla

              • RRP: $4.99
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              ISBN 9780733503108
              Published NZ 1 Aug 1995
              Publisher Harlequin Enterprises (Austral
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              Scorpio

              Scorpio (Paperback)

              By Black, Milton; Cassidy, Carla

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              ISBN 9780733503115
              Published NZ 1 Aug 1995
              Publisher Harlequin Enterprises (Austral
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