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Sir Denis Blundell always liked talking to senior high school pupils about constitutional matters.
Captain Grant Crowley, the aide-de-camp, and Sir Denis and Lady Blundell make their way from the viceregal Rolls-Royce.
Sir Denis Blundell was Governor-General between 1972 and 1977. He was the first New Zealand resident to hold the job and was the first to dispense with plumed helmets, settling for lounge suits or simpler uniforms.
Sir Denis Blundell (1972–7) addresses a reception in the Dunedin Town Hall.
Like his predecessors, Sir Denis Blundell (1972–7) travelled widely throughout New Zealand.
Late last century New Zealand governments patriated (indigenised) the Governor-Generalship.