References

The following sources were used to compile Nation Dates. Where possible, we used the official Ministry of Culture and Heritage source; a resource that documents many significant events in New Zealand’s history. Acts of Parliament, both past and present, have not been recorded in these references but are publicly accessible at www.legislation.govt.nz. All political party genealogies have been confirmed directly by the party through personal communication.

In the process of revising Nation Dates for the third edition, we found that the links to many of the references used for the first and second edition were broken. In order to ensure reliable access to the research we used, we have scanned and uploaded the hard-copy versions of these references. Clicking the links below each reference will take you to the hard copy rather than the original address that the soft copy reference was retrieved from. 

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