New Zealand

New Zealand 50 Australia 0 (ebook edition)

Unashamedly the most biased sports book ever published in New Zealand! Jack Sharp reminds us of the fifty biggest shellackings ever served to Australia by New Zealand’s greatest sports teams. Sports include rugby, league, football, netball, cricket, basketball, yachting, horse racing,hockey and a few surprises.

The Green Guide to Beauty

This handy New Zealand guide is packed with user–friendly tips for beauty products that are kind to the earth as well as our bodies. Edited by leading beauty writer Tania George, every page reveals easy ways to look your best.

The Green Guide to Beauty (ebook edition)

Choosing the right beauty care products can be frustrating and confusing, especially if you want the most natural ways to look your best. This easy-to-read guide provides more than 100 simple tips for finding beauty aids in everyday things.

I’m With the Band

Whether you want to make a living from music or play for fun, this is the essential guide to the New Zealand music industry. I’m With The Band explains everything you need to know from recording demos to signing contracts, from hiring a manager to protecting your music.

The Desk Closest to the Door

Working in media is a tough job — one of the toughest in sales. The competition is fierce. And it gets tougher every year. It does not have to be that way — there’s a solution. With the help of this book, media sales expert Mike Brunel will show you how to become an exceptional media salesperson.

No More Square Pegs

Hiring staff is a chore. It takes time, it costs money and it’s usually hard work. So it’s no wonder New Zealand managers too often hire the wrong people, pushing square pegs into round holes. Author Rob McKay explains how to hire the right person in this excellent handbook for employers.

Whatever Happened to Our National Dish? – (ebook edition)

If there’s one thing New Zealanders are passionate about (other than rugby) it’s the origins of its national dish, the pavlova. But for a nation so keen to worship this sugary dessert, it’s remarkably difficult for visitors to find it in restaurants. In this collection of stories, author Justin Brown sets out to find the ‘real’ New Zealand (and a plate of pavlova).

Whatever Happened to 80 Million Sheep? – (ebook edition)

Is New Zealand still the land of milk and honey, where men worship the gods of rugby, racing and beer and the women know how to whip up a pavlova for dessert? Author Justin Brown set out on a mission to find out what’s happened to modern New Zealand. Having turned 36½ and discovered by chance that’s the age of the ‘average’ New Zealander, Brown figured it was time he rediscovered the country he’d grown up in.

The Greatest Place to Bring Up Kids?

It’s often the reason why people move to New Zealand or Kiwis return home to live there – it’s the greatest place in the world to bring up kids. But is it, really? Generations of New Zealanders have plainly believed so. Author Justin Brown set out on a mission to find out whether it’s still true, or ever was true.