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Kate Sheppard (1847-1934)

Kate Sheppard was born in England on 10 March 1847. She and her family moved to New Zealand in the late 1860s. Kate was a founding member of the Women's Chri... Entry last updated: 21/09/20

Christianity

Christianity is the biggest religion in the world. It is based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, or Jesus Christ. People who follow the religio... Entry last updated: 13/09/21

Christmas

For many Christians, Christmas marks the birth of Jesus. It is celebrated on 25 December in most countries around the world, and involves traditions like San... Entry last updated: 13/11/19

Women's suffrage (New Zealand)

On 19 September 1893 New Zealand became the first self-governing country to enfranchise women or give women the right to vote. Voting rights for women or wom... Entry last updated: 07/04/17

Easter

Eating hot cross buns or going on an Easter egg hunt are two ways we celebrate Easter in New Zealand Aotearoa. In this article we'll look at the meaning of E... Entry last updated: 10/05/19

Māori culture & customs

Māori were the first people to settle in New Zealand.They were known to have their own unique tikanga (customs). However the coming of the European settlers ... Entry last updated: 29/08/19

Computer programming

Computer programming is a way of giving computers instructions about what they should do. These instructions are known as code or software. Computer programm... Entry last updated: 13/09/21

Epidemics & pandemics

Epidemics are infectious diseases that spread quickly in a large area or country, causing widespread illness and sometimes death. When an epidemic is out of ... Entry last updated: 08/05/20

Refugees (worldwide)

When people are unsafe in their home country and leave to find safety (or refuge) in another country they are known as refugees. Refugees have been escaping ... Entry last updated: 27/09/19

Early settlers (New Zealand)

European settlers began to arrive in New Zealand from 1769. Find out how they arrived, where they came from, what life was like then, and how they interacted... Entry last updated: 15/06/18
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