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New Zealand disasters timeline

Maori rugby timeline

  • Page 1 – Māori rugby timeline

    This timeline covers some of the key events and major players in the history of Māori rugby. It was compiled to mark the centenary of the first official New Zealand Māori team

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  • Page 1 - Māori rugby timelineThis timeline covers some of the key events and major players in the history of Māori rugby. It was compiled to mark the centenary of the first official New Zealand Māori

Crime timeline

Women and the vote

Television in New Zealand

  • Page 2 – TV emerges in New Zealand timeline

    New Zealand’s first non-experimental TV transmission was made on 1 June 1960. But this wasn’t the country’s first foray into television.

  • Page 3 – Early evening news on TV

    New Zealanders are used to receiving their early evening news on television at 6 p.m. every night of the week. But the current format only stabilised in the early 1990s. Until

  • Page 4 – Kiwi music shows on TV

    New Zealanders can now view music videos over the internet or on music channels C4 and Juice TV. But after TV was introduced in 1960 several generations of New Zealanders kept

  • Page 5 – Elections on TV

    It took a while for television to make its mark on New Zealand elections, but since the 1980s the small screen has become the decisive election battleground.

History of New Zealand photography

The North African Campaign

The Italian Campaign

Men and their moustaches

Royal New Zealand Air Force

State housing

The Gallipoli campaign

The House of Representatives

Second World War - overview

Pencarrow Lighthouse

First World War - overview

Antarctica and New Zealand

New Zealand's 19th-century wars