• 100% Pure Future: NZ Tourism Renewed
    100% Pure Future: NZ Tourism Renewed
    ISBN: 9781988587684
    Title: 100% Pure Future: NZ Tourism Renewed
    Author: BENNETT SARAH ED

    Covid-19 has had a devastating effect on New Zealand tourism, but the industry was already troubled by unchecked growth and questionable governance that has put pressure on the environment, infrastructure and communities. In this urgent collection of essays, nine authors outline their vision for sustainable tourism, the barriers to achieving it and how they can be overcome.
    This BWB Text is a rallying call for a genuine tourism ‘reset’ that puts the environment first and creates more meaningful exchanges between visitors and their hosts.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • 4 Day Week: How Flexible Work Revolution Increases Productivity, Profitability & Wellbeing, & Create a Sustainable Future
    4 Day Week: How Flexible Work Revolution Increases Productivity, Profitability & Wellbeing, & Create a Sustainable Future
    ISBN: 9780349424903
    Title: 4 Day Week: How Flexible Work Revolution Increases Productivity, Profitability & Wellbeing, & Create a Sustainable Future
    Author: BARNES ANDREW

    In The 4 Day Week, entrepreneur and business innovator Andrew Barnes makes the case for the four-day week as the answer to many of the ills of the 21st-century global economy.

    Barnes conducted an experiment in his own business, the New Zealand trust company Perpetual Guardian, and asked his staff to design a four-day week that would permit them to meet their existing productivity requirements on the same salary but with a 20% cut in work hours. The outcomes of this trial, which no business leader had previously attempted on these terms, were stunning. People were happier and healthier, more engaged in their personal lives, and more focused and productive in the office.
    The world of work has seen a dramatic shift in recent times: the former security and benefits associated with permanent employment are being displaced by the less stable gig economy. Barnes explains the dangers of a focus on flexibility at the expense of hard-won worker protections, and argues that with the four-day week, we can have the best of all worlds: optimal productivity, work-life balance, worker benefits and, at long last, a solution to pervasive economic inequities such as the gender pay gap and lack of diversity in business and governance.
    The 4 Day Week is a practical, how-to guide for business leaders and employees alike that is applicable to nearly every industry. Using qualitative and quantitative data from research gathered through the Perpetual Guardian trial and other sources by the University of Auckland and Auckland University of Technology, the book presents a step-by-step approach to preparing businesses for productivity-focused flexibility, from the necessary cultural conditions to the often complex legislative considerations.
    The story of Perpetual Guardian's unprecedented work experiment has made headlines around the world and stormed social media, reaching a global audience over 4.5 billion. A mix of trenchant analysis, personal observation and actionable advice, The 4 Day Week is an essential guide for leaders and workers seeking to make a change for the better in their work world.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $38.00

    $38.00
  • Adopting A Digital Workforce
    Adopting A Digital Workforce
    ISBN: 9780473552886
    Title: Adopting A Digital Workforce
    Author: DUBEY MAURICE & BURNS JOHN

    Digital workforce technology delivers far-reaching benefits for businesses, but when poorly implemented it can also lead to inefficiencies and low staff morale, as well as lost sales and revenue. Adopting a Digital Workforce shares the critical activities required at all levels of an organisation to achieve better business outcomes. Drawing on their experience of working with organisations across numerous sectors, Maurice Dubey and John Burns offer practical lessons and insights from taking a people-centered approach to change management through digital transformation. Their book should be essential reading for anyone looking to unlock the full potential of a digital workforce.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Ageing Well
    Ageing Well
    ISBN: 9781877429453
    Title: Ageing Well
    Author: WILSON DOUG


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Agriculture & Horticulture in NZ
    Agriculture & Horticulture in NZ
    ISBN: 9780995123045
    Title: Agriculture & Horticulture in NZ
    Author: STAFFORD KEVIN (ED)

    AN ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO NEW ZEALAND'S DYNAMICAGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL INDUSTRYWritten by experts from Massey University's School of Agriculture andEnvironment, this is an accessible and straightforward overview of the business ofgrowing plants for human and animal consumption, as well as forestry and flowerproduction. It has a focus on New Zealand practices, and information on socialissues, environmental costs, food safety, chemical use, post-harvest managementand availability.Chapters cover pasture and forages, field crops and vegetables, kiwifruit,grapes, pip fruit and summer fruit. There are also useful chapters on soils andprecision agriculture, and how new technologies are improving productivity andsustainability.The book is aimed at high school students studying agriculture, and year onetertiary students undertaking degrees or diplomas in this subject. Those studyingagribusiness, resource

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $55.00
    $55.00
  • Air That We Breathe: A Family's Journey of Hope Courage & the Tragic truth
    Air That We Breathe: A Family's Journey of Hope Courage & the Tragic truth
    ISBN: 9780473507756
    Title: Air That We Breathe: A Family's Journey of Hope Courage & the Tragic truth
    Author: DOUGLAS KARA

    In 1961 Italian immigrants Abele and Maria Moretti settle into life in Western Australia. They are promised a financially secure future working in an asbestos mine in the harsh and desolate outback. Despite health warnings to management, the mine continues to operate.
    Thirty years later, the unthinkable happens and the Moretti family begin an arduous journey to seek justice. At the same time Katerina, a lawyer, representing the mining company, makes a surprising discovery about her family that causes her to rethink her allegiances.
    The human stories weave between the narratives of the immigrant miner and mine manager, and later, the lawyer and the miner’s daughter.
    The impact of this story will stir emotions that remain long after the last page has been turned.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Ajax the Kea Dog: A Working Dog's Life in the High Country
    Ajax the Kea Dog: A Working Dog's Life in the High Country
    ISBN: 9781760633615
    Title: Ajax the Kea Dog: A Working Dog's Life in the High Country
    Author: MOSEN COREY

    Ajax is a working dog trained to sniff out the nests of endangered kea in remote parts of the South Island. His trainer, Corey Mosen, then places cameras in and around the nests to monitor the kea and any predators that might attack them

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • All Blacks Don't Cry: A Story of Hope
    All Blacks Don't Cry: A Story of Hope
    ISBN: 9780143204800
    Title: All Blacks Don't Cry: A Story of Hope
    Author: KIRWAN JOHN

    'At my worst moments, I lost all sense of hope for the future. As I began to slowly get better, I began to be able to say to myself, 'This will pass, you'll get through this. Hang on to hope.' John Kirwan was one of the most devastating wingers New Zealand, and world, rugby had ever seen. A prominent and revered figure at the dawn of the professional age of rugby, he seemed to live a charmed life. Nobody knew, though, that behind closed doors 'JK' was living a life of tormented fear. Afflicted with depression for many years including those as a high-profile sportsman Kirwan was able to survive by reaching out, seeking help from those closest to him. All Blacks Don't Cry is John Kirwan's story of hope, of working through the pain and living a full life a poignant, inspirational and helpful example for anybody battling depression. 'I've been to hell and I'm back. If you're in that same place, then I understand what you're going through.'

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $42.00
    $42.00
  • All Who Live on Islands
    All Who Live on Islands
    ISBN: 9781776562893
    Title: All Who Live on Islands
    Author: LU ROSE

    'All Who Live on Islands' introduces a bold new voice in New Zealand literature. In these intimate and entertaining essays, Rose Lu takes us through personal history – a shopping trip with her Shanghai-born grandparents, her career in the Wellington tech industry, an epic hike through the Himalayas – to explore friendship, the weight of stories told and not told about diverse cultures, and the reverberations of our parents’ and grandparents’ choices. Frank and compassionate, Rose Lu’s stories illuminate the cultural and linguistic questions that migrants face, as well as what it is to be a young person living in 21st-century Aotearoa New Zealand.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Always Song in the Water: An Oceanic Sketchbook
    Always Song in the Water: An Oceanic Sketchbook
    ISBN: 9781869409340
    Title: Always Song in the Water: An Oceanic Sketchbook
    Author: O'BRIEN GREGORY

    Beginning in Northland and heading into the blue beyond, Always Song in the Water is a book of encounters and epiphanies, a dinghy ride through New Zealand's oceanic imagination.Every spring on Gregory O'Brien's front lawn, on a ridgetop in Hataitai, an upside-down dinghy blooms with flowering clematis. In this book, O'Brien takes his metaphorical dinghy to the edges of New Zealand - starting with a road trip through Northland and then voyaging out into the Pacific, to lead us into some under-explored territories of the South Pacific imagination.With creative spirits such as Janet Frame, Ralph Hotere, Robin White, John Pule and Epeli Hau'ofa as touchstones, O'Brien suggests how we New Zealanders might be re-imagining ourselves as an oceanic people on a small island in a big piece of water.Always Song in the Water is a book of encounters, sightings and unexpected epiphanies. It is a high-spirited, personal and inventive account of being alive at the outer extremities of Aotearoa New Zealand. 'This is my field notebook, my voyaging logbook,' Gregory O'Brien writes, 'this is my Schubert played on a barrel organ, my whale survey, my songbook.'Among the many artists whose work is featured are John Pule, Robin White, Phil Dadson, Fiona Hall, Euan Macleod, Laurence Aberhart and the Sydney-based painter Noel McKenna, who produced numerous works specifically for this book.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $45.00
    $45.00
  • Antibiotic Resistance: The End of Modern Medicine?
    Antibiotic Resistance: The End of Modern Medicine?
    ISBN: 9780947518653
    Title: Antibiotic Resistance: The End of Modern Medicine?
    Author: WILES SIOUXSIE

    In ten years’ time, will antibiotics still work? Have we let bacteria get the upper hand in the evolutionary arms race?

    In the 1920s the discovery of the antibiotic penicillin started a golden age of medicine. However, experts warn that the end of that age may be just a decade away. In this BWB Text, microbiologist Siouxsie Wiles explores the looming crisis of antibiotic resistance and its threat to New Zealand. Wiles concludes that New Zealand must do more to protect the public from a future without antibiotics.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Anxious Autumn - A Covid 19 Lockdown Diary
    Anxious Autumn - A Covid 19 Lockdown Diary
    ISBN: 9780473530686
    Title: Anxious Autumn - A Covid 19 Lockdown Diary
    Author: MCLEAN CHRIS

    Anxious Autumn tells just a small part of a nationwide story; how one couple in a provincial city lived through a strange and historic period, when the traffic stopped, the skies cleared of pollution and the natural world reasserted itself. Historian Chris Maclean’s readable record of lockdown life focuses on both the domestic - food, alcohol and Netflix - and the wider national and international picture as the world changed with frightening speed. Some leaders, like New Zealand’s, shone in the crisis; many others were found wanting. The author’s experiences are complemented by guest writer entries and interviews to provide a diversity of lockdown experiences.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Art of Simple
    Art of Simple
    ISBN: 9780143771234
    Title: Art of Simple
    Author: OZICH ELEANOR

    When Eleanor Ozich moved to the outskirts of the city with her husband and young family she set about enjoying a much calmer way of life. Shedding unnecessary clutter and adopting a simpler style of living, Eleanor found herself with more time and energy to appreciate her family and friends and the natural beauty that surrounded her ... Eleanor shares recipes and ideas she has embraced in her quest to cherish lifés simple pleasures. Alongside recipes for nourishing meals yoúll find practical ideas to declutter your home, get your children to sleep and bring order to your day.There are also instructions for making natural beauty products and household cleaners, which promise to cost you less and be kinder to you and the environment.

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Assessment of Mental Capacity: A NZ Guide for Doctors & Lawyers
    Assessment of Mental Capacity: A NZ Guide for Doctors & Lawyers
    ISBN: 9781776562947
    Title: Assessment of Mental Capacity: A NZ Guide for Doctors & Lawyers
    Author: DOUGLAS ALISON; YOUNG GREG; MCMILLAN JOHN

    The ability to make decisions and take actions that influence our life is critically important and ranges from simple everyday choices about what to have for breakfast, to far-reaching decisions about health care, personal or financial matters. When our ability to make our own decisions is impaired, whether due to dementia, learning or intellectual disability, mental illness or brain injury, that might mean we are not able to make decisions for ourselves. So, there is a need for clear assessment processes to help decide whether someone has the capacity to make their own decisions, who should make decisions on their behalf, and on what basis such decisions should be made.

    The guidance in this book has been written to serve the needs of doctors, lawyers, health professionals, families and whanau. It was written by experts from a range of disciplines including law, medicine and ethics, and is based on the Toolkit for Assessing Capacity. It combines an explanation of the law, case studies and practical guidance for health and legal professionals about capacity, how it is assessed, and what supporting people with impaired capacity means in practice.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $50.00
    $50.00
  • Barefoot Years
    Barefoot Years
    ISBN: 9781927277676
    Title: Barefoot Years
    Author: EDMOND MARTIN

    The myriad of the living in all of their many forms, defunct, mutant, revenant or otherwise; traversing memory’s infinite field.

    Martin Edmond’s Barefoot Years is a memoir in which the author attempts to re-inhabit the lost domain of childhood. It is evocative and poignant, detailed yet fragmentary, full of half-forgotten things: what may be recovered also reveals that which is gone forever. These remembered beginnings, both familiar and strange, take us back to when a world was being made.

    This BWB Text forms the first part of a full memoir by Martin Edmond to be published by Bridget Williams Books in 2015.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Barry Brickell Reader
    Barry Brickell Reader
    ISBN: 9780947493349
    Title: Barry Brickell Reader
    Author: BRICKELL BARRY O'BRIEN GREG (ED & INTRO)

    A Barry Brickell Reader illuminates not the pottery Barry Brickell is known for, but another facet of his genius: his ‘wrertings’. Reflecting the extrusions, bulges, crevasses and bobbles, his poetry — like his pots — can be mildly offensive, but they contain the same virtues Barry associated with rail travel: sensuality, rhythm, vibration and warmth.

    Here, Barry’s great creative output is laid out expansively, accompanied by a photoessay of Barry doing what he did best: working.



    The real me

    Why do you
    keep on
    telling me
    I’m something
    that I’m not?
    Nottapotta,
    not an engineer,
    not an artist,
    nottawriter,
    Not even
    a real man —
    just a wrerter,
    a ceramiccissist,
    mudslinger
    and an oddity —
    which is
    closer
    to the actual
    truth?


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Beyond These Shores: Aotearoa & the World
    Beyond These Shores: Aotearoa & the World
    ISBN: 9781988545639
    Title: Beyond These Shores: Aotearoa & the World
    Author: HALL NINA

    In recent years, more people are calling for an independent, values-based foreign policy and parties of all political stripes are looking for new ideas to achieve that. This book brings together a diverse group of New Zealanders to outline their visions for New Zealands role in the world. It sparks a conversation about how we can exercise leadership and influence in the international arena.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Big Dog Small Dog: Make Your Dog Happier by Being Understood
    Big Dog Small Dog: Make Your Dog Happier by Being Understood
    ISBN: 9781775541615
    Title: Big Dog Small Dog: Make Your Dog Happier by Being Understood
    Author: MCINTYRE SELINA


    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $38.00
    $38.00
  • Big Smoke: NZ Cities 1840–1920
    Big Smoke: NZ Cities 1840–1920
    ISBN: 9780947492434
    Title: Big Smoke: NZ Cities 1840–1920
    Author: SCHRADER BEN

    Unlike in Europe, North America, Australia and elsewhere, urban history has never been sustained as a distinct field of scholarship in New Zealand. This is surprising, considering that since the early twentieth century most New Zealanders have lived in towns and cities – 86 per cent were urban in 2014. Yet we know surprisingly little about these urban dwellers and the spaces in which they lived.

    The pursuit of city life is one of the most important untold stories of New Zealand. The Big Smoke is the first comprehensive history to tell this story, presenting a dynamic and highly illustrated account of city life from 1840 to 1920.

    It explores such questions as: what did cities look like and how did they change; why were women especially drawn to live in cities; in what ways did Maori experience and shape cities; how far was the street a living room and stage for city life; and why did New Zealand so quickly became a nation of townspeople?

    At a time of national debate over housing and the growth of our cities, Ben Schrader’s superb new history reveals how our urban origins have shaped the people we are today.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $60.00
    $60.00
  • Billion Dollar Bonfire
    Billion Dollar Bonfire
    ISBN: 9780473474959
    Title: Billion Dollar Bonfire
    Author: LEE CHRIS

    The collapse of South Canterbury Finance (SCF) is one of the biggest New Zealand stories of the last decade. The sweep of events, from Timaru to the Beehive, include some of the most revealing moments on issues critical to this country - everything from poor governance and systemic issues in the finance sector, through to the structural risks this exposed and the costs it ultimately presented to all New Zealanders. There has not yet been a book that has attempted to tell this story, certainly not one from an `insider' perspective. The Billion Dollar Bonfire by Chris Lee will be the first book to do both these things. Chris tells this fascinating story as both a long-standing New Zealand financial advisor and a protagonist in the narrative. As he writes in the opening chapter, he knew Alan Hubbard personally and, from the late 1990s, had clients invest with SCF. His main motivation for writing the book, made explicit throughout, is his overriding concern that this could all happen again without significant changes to our law and the culture of the capital markets industry. The book is underpinned by substantial research: thousands of documents - including new material from OIAs and other sources - and interviews, both public and anonymous, with many of the key figures.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Book of Angst: Understand & Manage Anxiety
    Book of Angst: Understand & Manage Anxiety
    ISBN: 9781988547695
    Title: Book of Angst: Understand & Manage Anxiety
    Author: SMITH GWENDOLINE

    From the author of international bestsellers The Book of Knowing and The Book of Overthinking.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
    $25.00
  • Book of Knowing: Know How You Think, Change How You Feel
    Book of Knowing: Know How You Think, Change How You Feel
    ISBN: 9781988547107
    Title: Book of Knowing: Know How You Think, Change How You Feel
    Author: SMITH GWENDOLINE

    Learn to understand the way you think and you will create resilience and be able to deal with many of the unnecessary anxieties of life.
    Written in an accessible and humorous style, this book teaches you to know what's going on in your mind and how to get your feelings under control. It'll help you adapt and feel better about your place in the world.

    Psychologist Gwendoline Smith uses her broad scientific knowledge and experience to explain in clear and simple language what's going on when you are feeling overwhelmed, anxious and confused.

    Originally aimed at young people, this book works for anyone because it helps you work out what is going on in your mind and how you can take control of your feelings. It's relevant whether you have a diagnosed condition or whether you are just experiencing life as too difficult right now.

    Based on the school of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy this is scientific and logic-based, but also straight-forward and practical.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
    $25.00
  • Braided River: Migration & the Personal Essay
    Braided River: Migration & the Personal Essay
    ISBN: 9781988531533
    Title: Braided River: Migration & the Personal Essay
    Author: COMER DIANE

    'The Braided River' explores contemporary migration to New Zealand through an examination of 200 personal essays written by 37 migrants from 20 different countries, spanning all ages and life stages. The first book to examine migration through the lens of the personal essay, 'The Braided River' presents migration as a lifelong experience that affects everything from language, home, work, family and friendship to finances, citizenship and social benefits. Like migrants themselves, 'The Braided River' crosses boundaries, working at the intersections of literature, history, philosophy and sociology to discuss questions of identity and belonging.& Throughout, Diane Comer, both migrant and essayist herself, demonstrates the versatility of the personal essay as a means to analyse and understand migration, an issue with increasing relevance worldwide.& &

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Broken Estate
    Broken Estate
    ISBN: 9780947518356
    Title: Broken Estate
    Author: BUNCE MEL

    n the age of Trump, fake news and celebrity headlines, it is easy to despair about the future of journalism. The New Zealand and global media are in a state of crisis – the old economic models for print journalism are no longer viable, public funding has been neglected for decades, and the numbers of journalists employed by major news organisations are in freefall.

    New Zealander Mel Bunce is a young lecturer at the acclaimed Department of Journalism at City, University of London. In what she describes as both a critique and a love letter, Bunce discusses the state of journalism in New Zealand and the solutions needed to ensure its future. Her fresh analysis draws on the latest international research and interviews with leading journalists.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Brothers in Black: the Long History of Brotherhood in NZ Rugby
    Brothers in Black: the Long History of Brotherhood in NZ Rugby
    ISBN: 9781988547497
    Title: Brothers in Black: the Long History of Brotherhood in NZ Rugby
    Author: WALL JAMIE

    There's an astounding number of brothers playing in top level rugby in New Zealand. How is this so? What's it like for the siblings: do they compete with each other or do they support each other? Is there a particular climate in some families that encourages this success?

    'Splendid, comprehensive, insightful and entertaining' Brian Turner, Newsroom

    'An engaging and delightful read' John Campbell, TVNZ



    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
    $25.00
  • Business Revolution: The first two decades of National Business Review 1970-1991
    Business Revolution: The first two decades of National Business Review 1970-1991
    ISBN: 9780994136091
    Title: Business Revolution: The first two decades of National Business Review 1970-1991
    Author: RENNIE HUGH


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Case for Cannabis Law Reform
    Case for Cannabis Law Reform
    ISBN: 9781080976744
    Title: Case for Cannabis Law Reform
    Author: MCLEOD VINCE

    The Case For Cannabis Law Reform makes the comprehensive argument for reforming our cannabis laws. Across 58 fully-referenced chapters, this book covers the practical, moral, economic, cultural, medicinal, historical and spiritual reasons to repeal cannabis prohibition - among others Compiled by former Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party Membership Secretary Vince McLeod, this book contains all the arguments one could possibly have for wanting to reform our cannabis laws. It is the result of over a decade of experience in fighting for cannabis law reform.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Catch & Release: A Life Of Art Thoughts & Nonsense
    Catch & Release: A Life Of Art Thoughts & Nonsense
    ISBN: 9780473488628
    Title: Catch & Release: A Life Of Art Thoughts & Nonsense
    Author: HILL MICHAEL

    Catch & Release is a compilation of renowned global jeweller Sir Michael Hill's doodled diary entries, snatches of inspiration and plenty of attempted wisdom. You'll find thoughtful musings alongside chaos and contradiction spread across over 400 pages collected through the years. These drawings by Hill come directly from his imagination, scrawled on whatever is made available in front of him: board papers, airline vomit bags, or a more traditional sketch book - A spontaneous catch and release

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $45.00
    $45.00
  • Child Poverty Debate: Myths, Misconceptions & Misunderstandings
    Child Poverty Debate: Myths, Misconceptions & Misunderstandings
    ISBN: 9781927277751
    Title: Child Poverty Debate: Myths, Misconceptions & Misunderstandings
    Author: BOSTON JONATHAN & CHAPPLE SIMON

    What is child poverty, what evidence is there of such poverty in New Zealand and why does it matter? These questions regularly attract answers accompanied by conjecture and prejudice. This short book uses the latest evidence and a non-partisan approach, identifying child poverty as a critical issue for New Zealand’s future. Jonathan Boston and Simon Chapple’s succinct introduction to this challenge, drawn from their widely acclaimed full-length book and updated with new data, is essential reading.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: M.E. Symptoms, Diagnosis, Management
    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: M.E. Symptoms, Diagnosis, Management
    ISBN: 9781877429323
    Title: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: M.E. Symptoms, Diagnosis, Management
    Author: VALLINGS ROSAMUND

    Often known as ‘ME’, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is notoriously difficult to diagnose and treat, yet its effects are profound, and often prolonged and debilitating. Dr Rosamund Vallings has been helping those with this condition for more than 40 years. Here she explains the illness and how it affects the body’s many systems and functions. She also provides advice on how to cope with the disorder and make the necessary lifestyle changes.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $50.00
    $50.00
  • Climate Aotearoa: What's Happening & What We Can Do About It
    Climate Aotearoa: What's Happening & What We Can Do About It
    ISBN: 9781988547633
    Title: Climate Aotearoa: What's Happening & What We Can Do About It
    Author: CLARK HELEN (EDITOR)

    Contributions from a range of climate scientists and commentators Rob Bell, Jason Boberg, Adelia Hallett, Sophie Handford, Rhys Jones, Haylee Koroi, Matt McGlone, Jamie Morton, Rod Oram, Jim Salinger, Kera Sherwood-O'Regan, Simon Thrush and Andrew Jeffs.

    Climate Aotearoa outlines the climate situation as it is now, and as it will be in the years to come. It describes the likely impact on the environment and on our day-to-day living situation.

    It suggests the changes you can make for maximum impact, what we should be asking of our government and what we should be asking of our business community. In doing so, this is a hopeful book - actions can make a difference.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $37.00
    $37.00
  • Climate Dispossessed: Justice for the Pacific in Aotearoa?
    Climate Dispossessed: Justice for the Pacific in Aotearoa?
    ISBN: 9781988587233
    Title: Climate Dispossessed: Justice for the Pacific in Aotearoa?
    Author: CROSSEN TEALL

    The world is heating up beyond the capacity of some countries to cope. Entire populations of Pacific islands are threatened, jeopardising the sovereign rights of these countries and the security of the region. This book explores what a just response to the risk of climate change displacement in the Pacific could look like.

    It¿s a difficult conversation. For many Pacific islands, talking about plans to abandon their country risks providing the international community with an excuse to not reduce emissions. Yet internal climate change displacement cannot be avoided, and cross-border displacement may become a reality without urgent climate action. The risk of this dispossession presents profound questions of life, identity and justice for all of us living in the Pacific, in light of the fundamental principles of international law and our commitments in Te Tiriti o Waitangi.


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Cohousing for Life
    Cohousing for Life
    ISBN: 9780473515171
    Title: Cohousing for Life
    Author: ALLISON ROBIN

    In "Cohousing for Life", architect Robin Allison describes her journey from lonely mother of two in the suburbs to determined driver of the development of New Zealand's first cohousing community. It is a very personal story of a collective endeavour, a heroic journey of despair and triumph, as the obstacles mount and success at times feels far from certain. "Cohousing for Life" is also a distillation of what has been learnt: from formulating an inspiring vision to community governance and decision making; from community design principles to participatory design processes; from legal and financial structures to reflections on power and leadership. Robin details the key elements and structures that were critical to achieving their goal, allowing a group of diverse individuals with ordinary lives and skills to work together over many years to create a large, innovative, housing development.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $50.00
    $50.00
  • Colonising Myths Maori Realities
    Colonising Myths Maori Realities
    ISBN: 9781869694531
    Title: Colonising Myths Maori Realities
    Author: MIKAERE ANI

    This book brings together a series of papers by Ani Mikaere that reflect on the effect of Pakeha law, legal processes and teaching on Maori legal thought and practice. She discusses issues such as the ability of Maori to achieve justice when Maori law is marginalised; the need to confront racism in thinking, processes and structures; the impact of interpretations of the Treaty of Waitangi; the difficulty of redressing harm to Maori within the Pakeha legal system; and the importance of reinstating tikanga at the heart of Maori legal thinking and practice.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $45.00
    $45.00
  • Coming Home: An Ignation Journey
    Coming Home: An Ignation Journey
    ISBN: 9780995138759
    Title: Coming Home: An Ignation Journey
    Author: COWLEY JOY

    A book does not come from one person, but from the multitude that creates the author’s experience. For this book, specific gratitude goes to two friends – Vera Egermayer for her sensitive photography and to Fr James Lyons for his editorial skills. Support for the writing came from many sources, women on spiritual journey, the New Zealand Ignation Spirituality team, and my dear husband Terry. It all comes together with the Presence I cannot name.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
    $25.00
  • Complacent Nation
    Complacent Nation
    ISBN: 9780947492946
    Title: Complacent Nation
    Author: ELLIS GAVIN

    New Zealanders are too complacent about the continuing erosion of their right to know what government is doing on their behalf. Political risk has become a primary consideration in whether official information requests will be met, and successive governments have allowed free speech rights to be overridden.

    Drawing on decades of experience as a journalist and editor, Gavin Ellis chronicles the patterns of erosion and calls for entrenchment of the Bill of Rights Act. As supreme law, it would set a high bar that politicians must hurdle before freedom of expression could be curtailed.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
  • Concise Dictionary of NZ Sign Language
    Concise Dictionary of NZ Sign Language
    ISBN: 9781877242113
    Title: Concise Dictionary of NZ Sign Language
    Author: KENNEDY GRAEME D (ED)

    Over 26,000 New Zealanders are familiar with New Zealand Sign Language and sign language is increasingly used by mainstream New Zealand. This resource serves as the essential guide to the language for the deaf as well as for students, parents, and teachers. Approximately 2,500 commonly used signs are accompanied by drawings that are easy to follow and the guide's new layout makes the structure of the language clear. Additional learning tools are provided in the introduction

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $60.00
    $60.00
  • Conversations About Indigenous Rights: The Un-Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous People & Aotearoa NZ
    Conversations About Indigenous Rights: The Un-Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous People & Aotearoa NZ
    ISBN: 9780995102910
    Title: Conversations About Indigenous Rights: The Un-Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous People & Aotearoa NZ
    Author: KATENE SELWYN & TAONUI RAWIRI

    The UN declaration on the Rights of Indigenous peoples is a deeply significant document. In 2007, then UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon described its signing as an "historic moment when UN Member States and indigenous peoples reconciled with their painful histories and resolved to move forward together on the path of human rights, justice and development for all".This book reflects on the tenth anniversary of the UN General Assembly's adoption of the Declaration and examines its relevance in New Zealand. It shows the strong alignment between the Treaty of Waitangi and the Declaration, and examines how the Declaration assists the interpretation and application of Treaty principles of partnership, protection and participation. Starting from a range of viewpoints and disciplines, the authors agree that in Aotearoa New Zealand the journey to full implementation is now well underway, but warn that greater political leadership, willpower, resources and a stronger government commitment is needed.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $45.00
    $45.00
  • Coroner Speaks For the Dead to Protect the Living
    Coroner Speaks For the Dead to Protect the Living
    ISBN: 9780473549992
    Title: Coroner Speaks For the Dead to Protect the Living
    Author: BAIN WALLACE

    Wallace Bain retired in early 2020 after 28 distinguished years as a Coroner, most recently in Rotorua. During these years Mr Bain developed a national reputation for his sensitivity and compassion in dealing with difficult cases such as those of Nia Glassie and Moko Rangitoheriri. That a child is killed in New Zealand as a result of abuse every five weeks he finds “unacceptable”. He has also developed a reputation for being “a Coroner on the warpath” for his forthright demands from time to time that New Zealand’s laws and regulations be changed to protect ordinary citizens. His work as a Coroner, says Wallace Bain, has been to speak for the dead to take care of the living.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Counterfutures #10
    Counterfutures #10
    ISBN: 9780240353401
    Title: Counterfutures #10
    Author: TAYLOR DYLAN ED

    In Counterfutures issue 10, Mohan Dutta and Sue Bradford discuss their work co-constructing voice infrastructures at the margins and interrogate the tensions that emerge in relationships between communities, activists, and academics. Emalani Case offers a treatment of militarism in the Pacific, tracing its interconnections with the structures of settler colonialism and white supremacy. Mark Derby reflects on the life and work of the late historian Dick Scott, author of the ground-breaking Ask that Mountain: The Story of Parihaka. Roland Boer, author of the five-volume epic, On Marxism and Theology, discusses the myriad connections between Marxism and Christianity. Murray Edmond leads a dérive through Auckland’s inner-city monuments. Tim Bryar considers the prospects of a Left secretariat in the Pacific. And Murdoch Stephens and Richard Keys interrogate the politics of the Covid returnee. Plus book reviews and more.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
    $25.00
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