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  • HeritageTalks 2017
    February - November 2017. Come along to one of our fortnightly family history talks to learn about new techniques, resources and types of genealogical research.

  • Sequoia Schmidt: Journey of Heart
    Join the author for a special Q&A and a reading. This will be Sequoia's first time in NZ since her famed mountaineering father, Marty Schmidt and brother Denali died in an avalanche on K2.

  • Author talk with Simon Wyatt
    30 April. Auckland detective Simon Wyatt talks about his debut police procedural novel, The Student Body.

  • Book Launch: Five Strings by Apirana Taylor
    17 May. Anahera Press warmly invites you to join them in celebrating the launch of Apirana Taylor’s new novel, Five Strings. All welcome.

  • The Accidental Carer
    27 April. A practical guide, shining a light on practical responses to the emotional, physical, organisational and financial choices any carer faces.

  • New Zealand: Paradise Squandered?
    10 May. John Hawkes gives his views on what New Zealanders face today, covering topics as wide ranging as healthcare, finance, trade and industry, land and property, education and sport.

  • Long Road From a Broken Heart
    17 May. Extraordinary adventurer Jeremy Scott tells of his 52,000km cycle from London to Auckland.

  • Audience with Nalini Singh
    8 May. Kiwi writer Nalini Singh has written many bestsellers. come along and find out her secrets.

  • The truth about language with Michael Corballis
    2 May. Come along and hear Michael Corballis talk about his new book - and why humans alone of all the animals tell stories.

  • The Student Body
    Come along on May 6 and hear former Auckland police detective Simon Wyatt talk about his first book, which has been nominated for the Ngaio Marsh award for best crime novel.

  • Author Talk - Ian Austin, author of The Agency
    May 4. Ian Austin will be talking about his police career and how it inspired him to write his latest best-selling book The Agency.

  • Long Road from a Broken Heart
    18 May. Extraordinary adventurer Jeremy Scott tells of his 52,000km cycle from London to Auckland.

  • Would you miss all the Hoopla? Poetry launch
    4 May. Join us for the launch of the Hoopla Poetry Series 2017, featuring poets Johanna Emeney, Jeffrey Paparoa Holman and Elizabeth Morton.

  • New Zealand - Paradise Squandered?
    15 May. Fourth generation Kiwi and retired consultant rheumatologist John Hawkes gives his views on what we face today. Has NZ squandered its potential?

  • New Zealand's prime ministers : From Dick Seddon to John Key
    24 May. Michael Bassett's thoroughly researched book has already garnered much media attention and general interest.

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