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Kia ora! My area of interest is New Zealand social history, particularly women and women's organisations.

I made my first edit on Ethel Benjamin on 24 October 2015. Other articles I have worked on include:

Monuments and memorials:[edit]

Biographies: NZ[edit]

The Connon-Macmillan Brown family: Helen Connon; Viola Macmillan Brown; Millicent Baxter

Playcentre NZ: Gwen Somerset; Beatrice Beeby (nominated for a DYK fact, 13 November 2015); Joan Wood

The Valpy family: Juliet Valpy; Ellen Jeffreys; Arabella Valpy; Catherine Fulton

The Marquette casualties: Nona Hildyard, Marion Brown, Catherine Fox, Lorna Rattray, Mary Rae, Mary Gorman, Mabel Jamieson, Margaret Rogers

The Wimperis women: Susanna Wimperis, Eleanor Joachim, Frances Wimperis, Ann Wimperis

Biographies: Australia[edit]

Biographies: Rest of the World[edit]

Other topics[edit]

To-do list[edit]


  1. ^ Magrin, Federico (2023-12-20). "Kiwi woman sets new nine-hour world record for lamb shearing". Stuff. Retrieved 2023-12-27.
  2. ^ Roxburgh, Tracey (2022-08-17). "Poem wins international award". Otago Daily Times Online News. Retrieved 2024-01-01.
  3. ^ "Interview with Leila Murton Poole". nycmidnight. Retrieved 2024-01-01.
  4. ^ "NZI Rural Women NZ Business Awards Winners 2023 – Rural Women New Zealand". Retrieved 2024-01-01.
  5. ^ "Our History – Rural Women New Zealand". Retrieved 2024-01-01.
  6. ^ Radcliffe, Kiah (2023-11-27). "Taihape's Sophie Hurley takes out top gong at Rural Women NZ Business Awards". Stuff. Retrieved 2024-01-01.
  7. ^ "Fibre Fale founder appointed to University Council - The University of Auckland". Retrieved 2024-01-01.
  8. ^ "Chief children's commissioner appointed". NZ Herald. 2024-01-02. Retrieved 2024-01-01.
  9. ^ "Samoan author thrives in Aotearoa". Samoa Observer. Retrieved 2023-12-27.
  10. ^ Simpson, As told to Emily (2022-05-28). "Meet Kelly Francis, the Māori garden warrior who's helped install 1200 gardens". Stuff. Retrieved 2023-07-29.
  11. ^ "2019 Women of Influence Supreme winner medical pioneer Jane Harding". Stuff. Retrieved 2020-03-15.
  12. ^ Retrieved 2023-04-11. {{cite web}}: Missing or empty |title= (help)
  13. ^ "Twelve Stamps of Christmas". Otago Museum. Retrieved 2023-06-02.
  14. ^ "WOMEN OF THE ISLANDS - ABBA-ROSE DINAH VAIAOGA-IOASA — - The world's largest hub of Pacific Island content.uu". Retrieved 2023-04-16.
  15. ^ "PEOPLE OF 2020: Abba-Rose Dinah and Stallone Vaiaoga-Ioasa". Samoa Observer. Retrieved 2023-04-16.
  16. ^ "WIFT NZ - Vaiaoga-Ioasa wins NZFC gender scholarship". Retrieved 2023-04-16.
  17. ^ "Partners Life founder: From growing up poor to selling her business for $1 billion". NZ Herald. Retrieved 2023-04-16.
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