Ever wondered what really happens in the wards and corridors of our hospitals and medical facilities? Wonder no more. In My Day is the personal memoir of a retired nurse who devoted her career to helping patients within the New Zealand health system. She’s written the book under the pen name Ann Nurse to protect …
In the early 1970s, a group of impoverished students formed a rock band in Auckland, New Zealand, and planned their assault on the world’s music charts. For a decade Split Enz fought to be understood by audiences and music critics who often struggled to accept their madcap on-stage performances and innovative sounds.
The Buddha from Birmingham centres on the lives of Arthur Swain and Dorothy May Swain née Cadman, especially their ten years of service as medical missionaries in China and India 1925-1935. It draws upon family oral history, documents and photographs, Western and Chinese archives, academic and missionary literature, and Western and Chinese key informants, to tell their poignant and thought-provoking story.