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Captain James Cook , who reached New Zealand in October on the first of his three voyages, [2] was the first European explorer to circumnavigate and map New Zealand. From the late 18th century, the country was regularly visited by explorers and other sailors, missionaries, traders and adventurers. There was extensive British settlement throughout the rest of the century and into the early part of the next century.

From the s the New Zealand Parliament enacted a number of progressive initiatives, including women's suffrage and old age pensions.

After the war New Zealand signed the Treaty of Versailles , joined the League of Nations , and pursued an independent foreign policy, while its defence was still controlled by Britain. From the s the economy was highly regulated and an extensive welfare state was developed.

The country's economy suffered in the aftermath of the global energy crisis , the loss of New Zealand's biggest export market upon Britain's entry to the European Economic Community , and rampant inflation. In , the Fourth Labour Government was elected amid a constitutional and economic crisis. The interventionist policies of the Third National Government were replaced by " Rogernomics ", a commitment to a free market economy.

Foreign policy after became more independent especially in pushing for a nuclear-free zone. Subsequent governments have generally maintained these policies, although tempering the free market ethos somewhat. New Zealand was originally settled by Polynesians from Eastern Polynesia.

Genetic and archaeological evidence suggests that humans emigrated from Taiwan to Melanesia and then travelled east through to the Society Islands ; after a pause of 70 to years, a new wave of exploration led to the discovery and settlement of New Zealand. The original settlers quickly exploited the abundant large game in New Zealand, such as moa , which were large flightless ratites pushed to extinction by about This was not possible in the south of the South Island, but wild plants such as fernroot were often available and cabbage trees were harvested and cultivated for food.

Warfare also increased in importance, reflecting increased competition for land and other resources. As elsewhere in the Pacific, cannibalism was part of warfare. Leadership was based on a system of chieftainship, which was often but not always hereditary, although chiefs male or female needed to demonstrate leadership abilities to avoid being superseded by more dynamic individuals.

New Zealand has no native land mammals apart from some rare bats so birds, fish and sea mammals were important sources of protein. They also cultivated the cabbage tree , a plant endemic to New Zealand, and exploited wild foods such as fern root, which provided a starchy paste. Tasman sketched sections of the two main islands' west coasts. Tasman called them Staten Landt , after the States General of the Netherlands , and that name appeared on his first maps of the country.

Cook returned to New Zealand on both of his subsequent voyages. Various claims have been made that New Zealand was reached by other non-Polynesian voyagers before Tasman, but these are not widely accepted. From the s, the waters around New Zealand were visited by British, French and American whaling , sealing and trading ships.

Christianity was introduced to New Zealand in by Samuel Marsden , who travelled to the Bay of Islands where he founded a mission station on behalf of the Church of England's Church Missionary Society.

Kerikeri , founded in , and Bluff founded in , both claim to be the oldest European settlements in New Zealand. In some inland areas life went on more or less unchanged, although a European metal tool such as a fish-hook or hand axe might be acquired through trade with other tribes. Tribes with muskets would attack tribes without them, killing or enslaving many.

From to the Musket Wars raged until a new balance of power was achieved after most tribes had acquired muskets. In the Colony of New South Wales had been founded. However, these boundaries had no real impact as the New South Wales administration had little interest in New Zealand. It made it easier for a court to punish "murders or manslaughters committed in places not within His Majesty's dominions ", [28] and the Governor of New South Wales was given increased legal authority over New Zealand.

This was acknowledged by King William IV. Busby was provided with neither legal authority nor military support and was thus ineffective in controlling the European population. This and the increased commercial interests of merchants in Sydney and London spurred the British to take stronger action. This was the first clear expression of British intent to annex New Zealand. Copies of the Treaty were subsequently taken around the country to be signed by other chiefs.

What it gave the British in return depends on the language-version of the Treaty that is referred to. Dispute over the true meaning and the intent of either party remains an issue. Britain was motivated by the desire to forestall other European powers France established a very small settlement at Akaroa in the South Island later in , to facilitate settlement by British subjects and, possibly, to end the lawlessness of European predominantly British and American whalers, sealers and traders.

Officials and missionaries had their own positions and reputations to protect. Hobson died on 10 September On 1 July New Zealand became a colony in its own right. British writer Edward Gibbon Wakefield — exerted a far-reaching influence. His plans for systematic British colonisation focused on a free labour system, in contrast to the slavery in the United States and the convict labour in Australia. Inspired by evangelical Christianity and abolitionism , Wakefield's essays to , condemned both slavery and indentured and convict labour as immoral, unjust, and inefficient.

Instead, he proposed a government sponsored system in which the price of farm land was set at a high enough level to prevent urban workers from easily purchasing it and thus leaving the labour market.

His colonisation programmes were over-elaborate and operated on a much smaller scale than he hoped for, but his ideas influenced law and culture, especially his vision for the colony as the embodiment of post-Enlightenment ideals, the notion of New Zealand as a model society, and the sense of fairness in employer-employee relations.

Settlement continued under British plans, inspired by a vision of New Zealand as a new land of opportunity. The Church of England sponsored the Canterbury Association colony with assisted passages from Great Britain in the early s. Some , settlers came from Britain, of whom , stayed permanently.

Most were young people and , babies were born. The passage of , was paid by the colonial government. After immigration reduced, and growth was due chiefly to the excess of births over deaths. In , the British Parliament drafted eleborate plans for a form of self-government for the 13, settlers in New Zealand.

The new Governor, George Grey , suspended the plans. When the British settlers petititoned for self-government, the British Parliament passed the New Zealand Constitution Act , setting up a central government with an elected General Assembly Parliament and six provincial governments. Provinces were reorganised in and in , when they acquired their own legislatures, and then abolished with effect in But the governor, and through him the Colonial Office in London, retained control of native policy until the mids.

The government bought practically all the useful land, then resold it to the New Zealand Company , which promoted immigration, or leased it for sheep runs. The Company resold the best tracts to British settlers; its profits were used to pay the travel of the immigrants from Britain. Because of the vast distances involved, the first settlers were self-sufficient farmers.

By the s, however, large scale sheep stations were exporting large quantities of wool to the textile mills of England. Most of the early settlers were brought over by a programme operated by the New Zealand Company and were located in the central region on either side of Cook Strait, and at Wellington, Wanganui, New Plymouth and Nelson. These settlements had access to some of the richest plains in the country and after refrigerated ships appeared in , they developed into closely settled regions of small-scale farming.

Outside these compact settlements were the sheep runs. The leases were renewed automatically, which gave the wealthy pastoralists a strong landed interest and made them a powerful political force. In all between and , 8. Gold discoveries in Otago and Westland , caused a worldwide gold rush that more than doubled the population in a short period, from 71, in to , in As the gold boom ended Premier Julius Vogel borrowed money from British investors and launched in an ambitious programme of public works and infrastructure investment, together with a policy of assisted immigration.

From about , the economy lapsed into a long depression as a result of the withdrawal of British troops, peaking of gold production in [46] and Vogel's borrowing and the associated debt burden especially on land.

Despite a brief boom in wheat, prices for farm products sagged. The market for land seized up. Hard times led to urban unemployment and sweated labour exploitative labour conditions in industry. In Julius Vogel introduced his grand go-ahead policy to dispel the slump with increased immigration and overseas borrowning to fund new railways, roads and telegraph lines.

Local banks, notably the Bank of New Zealand and the Colonial Bank, were "reckless" and permitted "a frenzy of private borrowing". Although norms of masculinity were dominant, strong minded women originated a feminist movement starting in the s, well before women gained the right to vote in Prominent feminist writers included Mary Taylor, [50] Mary Colclough pseud.

Polly Plum , [51] and Ellen Ellis. Feminists by the s were using the rhetoric of "white slavery" to reveal men's sexual and social oppression of women. By demanding that men take responsibility for the right of women to walk the streets in safety, New Zealand feminists deployed the rhetoric of white slavery to argue for women's sexual and social freedom.

In Elizabeth Yates was elected mayor of Onehunga, making her the first woman in the British Empire to hold the office. She was an able administrator: Many men were hostile however, and she was defeated for re-election. By they were campaigning for peace, and against compulsory military training, and conscription. They demanded arbitration and the peaceful resolution of international disputes. The women argued that womenhood thanks to motherhood was the repository of superior moral values and concerns and from their domestic experience they knew best how to resolve conflicts.

Prior to schools were operated by the provincial government, churches, or by private subscription. Education was not a requirement and many children did not attend any school, especially farm children whose labour was important to the family economy.

The quality of education provided varied substantially depending on the school. The Education Act of created New Zealand's first free national system of primary education, establishing standards that educators should meet, and making education compulsory for children aged 5 to From there was considerable European settlement, primarily from England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland; and to a lesser extent the United States, India, China, and various parts of continental Europe , including the province of Dalmatia [62] in what is now Croatia , and Bohemia [63] in what is now the Czech Republic.

In the s and s, several thousand Chinese men, mostly from Guangdong , migrated to New Zealand to work on the South Island goldfields. Although the first Chinese migrants had been invited by the Otago Provincial government they quickly became the target of hostility from white settlers and laws were enacted specifically to discourage them from coming to New Zealand. However it soon became clear that they had underestimated the number of settlers that would arrive in their lands. Iwi tribes whose land was the base of the main settlements quickly lost much of their land and autonomy through government acts.

Many iwi owned flour mills, ships and other items of European technology, some exported food to Australia for a brief period during the s gold rush. One such conflict was the Northern or Flagstaff War of the s, during which Kororareka was sacked.

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Coleman argues that the Liberals in lacked a clear-cut ideology to guide them. Instead they approached the nation's problems pragmatically, keeping in mind the constraints imposed by democratic public opinion. To deal with the issue of land distribution, they worked out innovative solutions to access, tenure, and a graduated tax on unimproved values. In the s, New Zealand's economy grew from one based on wool and local trade to the export of wool, cheese, butter and frozen beef and mutton to Britain.

The change was enabled by the invention of refrigerated steamships in and a result of the large market demands overseas. In order to increase production, alongside a more intensive use of factor inputs a transformation of production techniques was necessary. The required capital came mainly from outside of New Zealand.

New Zealand's highly productive agriculture gave it probably the world's highest standard of living, with fewer at the rich and poor ends of the scale. During this era c. Historians have debated whether the "long depression" of the late 19th century stifled investment, but the New Zealanders found a way around adverse conditions.

Hunter has studied the experiences of entrepreneurs who started commercial enterprises between and The successful strategy was to deploy capital economising techniques, and reinvesting profits rather than borrowing. The result was slow but stable growth that avoided bubbles and led to long-lived family owned firms. New Zealand initially expressed interest in joining the proposed Federation of the Australian colonies, attending the National Australia Convention in Sydney.

Interest in the proposed Australian Federation faded and New Zealand decided against joining the Commonwealth of Australia in Dominion status was a public mark of the self-governance that had evolved over half a century through responsible government.

In New Zealand, prohibition was a moralistic reform movement begun in the mids by the Protestant evangelical and Nonconformist churches and the Woman's Christian Temperance Union and after by the Prohibition League. It was a middle-class movement which accepted the existing economic and social order; the effort to legislate morality assumed that individual redemption was all that was needed to carry the colony forward from a pioneering society to a more mature one.

However, both the Church of England and the largely Irish Catholic Church rejected prohibition as an intrusion of government into the church's domain, while the growing labour movement saw capitalism rather than alcohol as the enemy. Reformers hoped that the women's vote, in which New Zealand was a pioneer, would swing the balance, but the women were not as well organised as in other countries.

The Depression and war years effectively ended the movement. The country remained an enthusiastic member of the British Empire. The labour movement was pacifistic, opposed the war, and alleged that the rich were benefitting at the expense of the workers. It formed the New Zealand Labour Party in Unlike in Britain, relatively few women became involved.

Women did serve as nurses; joined the services and went overseas. New Zealand forces captured Western Samoa from Germany in the early stages of the war, [96] and New Zealand administered the country until Samoan Independence in More than men died in the Gallipoli Campaign. After the war New Zealand signed the Treaty of Versailles , joined the League of Nations and pursued an independent foreign policy, while its defence was still controlled by Britain. New Zealand depended on Britain's Royal Navy for its military security during the s and s.

When the British Labour Party took power in and , the New Zealand government felt threatened by Labour's foreign policy because of its reliance upon the League of Nations.

The League was distrusted and Wellington did not expect to see the coming of a peaceful world order under League auspices. What had been the Empire's most loyal dominion became a dissenter as it opposed efforts the first and second British Labour governments to trust the League's framework of arbitration and collective security agreements.

The governments of the Reform and United parties between and followed a "realistic" foreign policy. They made national security a high priority, were sceptical of international institutions, and showed no interest on the questions of self-determination, democracy, and human rights. However the opposition Labour Party was more idealistic and proposed a liberal internationalist outlook on international affairs. The Labour Party emerged as a force in with a socialist platform.

However its appeals to working class solidarity were not effective because a large fraction of the working class voted for conservative candidates of the Liberal and Reform parties. They merged in to form the New Zealand National Party.

As a consequence the Labour party was able to jettison its support for socialism in a policy made official in , as it expanded its reach into middle class constituencies. Like most other countries, New Zealand was hard hit by the Great Depression of the s, which affected the country via its international trade, with farming export drops then going on to affect the money supply and in turn consumption, investment and imports.

The country was most affected around —, when average farm incomes for a short time dipped below zero, and the unemployment rates peaked. Though actual unemployment numbers were not officially counted, the country was affected especially strongly in the North Island. Attempts by the United-Reform Coalition to deal with the situation with spending cuts and relief work were ineffective and unpopular. In , the First Labour Government was elected, and the post-depression decade showed that average Labour support in New Zealand had roughly doubled comparable to pre-depression times.

By economic conditions had improved somewhat, and the new government had more positive financial conditions. The new government quickly set about implementing a number of significant reforms, including a reorganisation of the social welfare system and the creation of the state housing scheme. Savage was idolised by the working classes, and his portrait hung on the walls of many houses around the country. The newly created welfare state promised government support to individuals "from the cradle to the grave", according to the Labour slogan.

It included free health care and education, and state assistance for the elderly, infirm, and unemployed. The opposition attacked the Labour Party's more left-wing policies, and accused it of undermining free enterprise and hard work.

However the welfare state system was retained and expanded by successive National and Labour governments until the s. In foreign policy, the Labour Party in power after disliked the Versailles Treaty of as too harsh on Germany, opposed militarism and arms buildups, distrusted the political conservatism of the the National Government in London, sympathized with the Soviet Union, and increasingly worried about threats from Japan.

It denounced Italy's role in Ethiopia and sympathized with the republican forces in the Spanish Civil War. Those policies favoured the left but it also was pro-German. It consistently advocated negotiations with Nazi Germany, signed a trade agreement with it, welcomed the Munich agreement of regarding the division of Czechoslovakia, discouraged public criticism of the Nazi regime, and pursued a slow rearmament programme.

When the war broke out in September , it recommended to London a negotiated peace with Berlin. However after the fall of France in the spring of , it did support the British war effort militarily and economically. It contributed some , troops. Japan had no interest in New Zealand in the first place; it had already over-reached when it invaded New Guinea in There were a few highly publicised but ineffective Japanese scouting incursions.

The 3rd New Zealand Division fought in the Solomons in —44, but New Zealand's limited manpower meant 2 Divisions could not be maintained, and it was disbanded and its men returned to civilian life or used to reinforce the 2nd Division in Italy. The armed forces peaked at , in September ; , served abroad, and 10, died. New Zealand, with a population of 1.

Agriculture expanded, sending record supplies of meat, butter and wool to Britain. When American forces arrived, they were fed as well. Montgomerie shows that the war dramatically increased the roles of women, especially married women, in the labour force.

Most of them took traditional female jobs. Some replaced men but the changes here were temporary and reversed in After the war, women left traditional male occupations and many women gave up paid employment to return home. There was no radical change in gender roles but the war intensified occupational trends under way since the s.

After Labour lost power in , the conservative National Party began an almost continuous thirty-year stint in government, interrupted by single-term Labour governments in to 60 and to National Prime Minister Sidney Holland called a snap election as a result of the waterfront dispute , an incident that reinforced National's dominance and severely weakened the union movement.

Fedorowich and Bridge argue that the demands of the Second World War produced long-term consequences for New Zealand's relationship with the government in London. The key component was the office of the high commissioner. By it was the main line of communications between the British and New Zealand governments.

In Britain joined the European Community and abrogated its preferential trade agreements with New Zealand see below , forcing New Zealand to not only find new markets, but also re-examine its national identity and place in the world.

Life expectancy grew from 49 years in to 60 years in and the total numbers grew rapidly. The migration led to better pay, higher standards of living and longer schooling, but also exposed problems of racism and discrimination.

Urbanisation proceeded rapidly across the land. In the late s, town planners noted that the country was "possibly the third most urbanised country in the world", [] with two-thirds of the population living in cities or towns.

There was also increasing concern that this trend was badly managed, with it being noted that there was an "ill-defined urban pattern that appears to have few of the truly desirable urban qualities and yet manifests no compensating rural characteristics. The country's economy suffered in the aftermath of the global energy crisis, the loss of New Zealand's biggest export market upon Britain's entry to the European Economic Community , and rampant inflation.

He attempted to maintain New Zealand's "cradle to the grave" welfare state, which dated to Muldoon's response to the crisis also involved imposing a total freeze on wages, prices, interest rates and dividends across the national economy.

Muldoon's conservatism and antagonistic style exacerbated an atmosphere of conflict in New Zealand, most violently expressed during the Springbok Tour. However, Muldoon's government was not entirely backward looking. Some innovations did take place, for example the Closer Economic Relations CER free-trade programme with Australia to liberalise trade, starting in The aim of total free trade between the two countries was achieved in , five years ahead of schedule.

In , the Fourth Labour Government , led by David Lange , was elected amid a constitutional and economic crisis. The crisis led the incoming government to review New Zealand's constitutional structures, which resulted in the Constitution Act The economic reforms were led by finance minister Roger Douglas — Dubbed Rogernomics , it was a rapid programme of deregulation and public-asset sales.

Subsidies were phased out to farmers and consumers. High finance was partly deregulated. Restrictions on foreign exchange were relaxed and the dollar was allowed to float and seek its natural level on the world market.

The shares exchange entered a bubble, which then burst. Strong criticism of Rogernomics came from the left , especially from Labour's traditional trade union support-base; Lange broke with Douglas's policies in ; both men were forced out and Labour was in confusion. In keeping with the mood of the s [] the government sponsored liberal policies and initiatives in a number of social areas; this included Homosexual Law Reform , [] the introduction of ' no-fault divorce ', reduction in the gender pay gap [] and the drafting of a Bill of Rights.

Voters unhappy with the rapid speed and far-reaching extent of reforms elected a National government in , led by Jim Bolger. However the new government continued the economic reforms of the previous Labour government, in what was known as Ruthanasia. With the end of the Cold War in , the nation's foreign policy turned increasingly to issues of its nuclear-free status and other military issues; its adjustment to neoliberalism in international trade relations; and its involvement in humanitarian, environmental, and other matters of international diplomacy.

For example, employment law was modified to give more protection to workers, [] and the student loan system was changed to eliminate interest payments for New Zealand resident students and graduates. New Zealand retains strong but informal links to Britain, with many young New Zealanders travelling to Britain for their "OE" overseas experience [] due to favourable working visa arrangements with Britain.

Despite New Zealand's immigration liberalisation in the s, Britons are still the largest group of migrants to New Zealand, due in part to recent immigration law changes which privilege fluent speakers of English. However, British imperial honours were discontinued in , the Governor-General has taken a more active role in representing New Zealand overseas, and appeals from the Court of Appeal to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council were replaced by a local Supreme Court of New Zealand in There is public debate about whether New Zealand should became a republic , and public sentiment is divided on the issue.

Foreign policy has been essentially independent since the mids. Under Prime Minister Clark, foreign policy reflected the priorities of liberal internationalism.

She stressed the promotion of democracy and human rights; the strengthening of the role of the United Nations; the advancement of anti-militarism and disarmament; and the encouragement of free trade. John Key led the National Party to victory in the November In February , a major earthquake in Christchurch , the nation's second largest city, significantly impacted the national economy and the government formed the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority in response.

International tourism has become a major contributor to the New Zealand economy in recent decades. Meanwhile, the traditional agricultural exports of meat, dairy and wool have been supplemented by other products such as fruit, wine and timber as the economy has diversified.

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Accommodation at the prison comprises single-occupancy cells with integral sanitation. All residential units have kitchens available for offenders to prepare their own meals.

An Incentives and Earned Privileges system allows standard and enhanced offenders the opportunity of in-cell TV. All offenders are subject to mandatory drugs testing and there are voluntary testing arrangements, which are compulsory for all offenders employed e.

HMP Wakefield offers a range of activities for inmates, including charity work, an accredited course in industrial cleaning, and a Braille shop where offenders convert books to Braille. The Education Department is operated by The Manchester College , and offers learning opportunities ranging from basic skills to Open University courses.

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