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Warriors Nancy Wake Nancy Wake was the Allies' most decorated servicewoman of WWII, and the Gestapo’s most-wanted person. Culture Katherine Mansfield Katherine Mansfield revolutionised the English short story. Maurice Wilkins Jean Batten. Epic / Homepage - Te Kete Ipurangi (TKI) Kia ora and welcome to EPIC. EPIC is a venture between New Zealand libraries and the Ministry of Education, giving schools free access to a worldwide range of electronic resources. EPIC resources are purchased annually through the EPIC consortium on a subscription basis by the Ministry of Education for access by all New Zealand schools.
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For EPIC school login queries email: firstname.lastname@example.org Who can use EPIC? Where can I find more information? Treaty of Waitangi learning resources - videos, suggested reading, links, downloads. The Treaty in English and Māori The Treaty of Waitangi was written in English and translated into Māori. Examine and compare these versions and find out what happened to the original documents. New Zealand History online: Read the Treaty (nzhistory.net.nz) The Declaration of Independence In 1835 northern chiefs signed a Declaration of Independence, asserting their sovereignty over New Zealand. Te Ara: The Declaration of Independence (teara.govt.nz) Discover the 1831 petition from 13 chiefs to King William about lawlessness and the Declaration of Independence document. NZ Wars: The Stories of Ruapekapeka The Stories of Ruapekapeka, a documentary highlighting Northland's most infamous armed conflict.
Find out more People Following is a selection of significant people – Māori and European – who were associated with the making of the Treaty of Waitangi. Māori women who signed the Treaty Anna Hamu Widow of Te Koki, and the original patron of the Paihia Mission Places What really happened at Waitangi? NZ Identity & Heritage | Ministry for Culture and Heritage. How the kiwi became an important NZ icon. Darfield High School Library - Home. Mr Jermyn's 'What it is to be a New Zealander' Bibliographies - Darfield High School Library. The C.R.A.P. Test for information. HOW DNZ WORKS 2. Introduction to DigitalNZ.