Shows a montage of illustrations of activities and facilities available at Rotorua. Includes a view of the swimming baths, and above, patients being treated by Aix massage douche, Schnee multipolar electric bath (a massage therapy), and high frequency valve. Dated from the same image that appears in the "Railways magazine", November-December 1932. Notes there indicate that the treatments were useful for rheumatics, sciatica, gout, lumbago and similar problems.
1952 Christchurch Transport Board (NZ) AEC Regal IV with either Crossley or Park Royal body (fleet number obscured by the prams). It was common practice to dangle prams, pushchairs and bicycles from the hangers on the front of a bus.
The Waitomo Glow worm caves have become one of the number one things to see people vacationing to New Zealand. The cave gets its name from the tiny glow worms that cast magical lights as you float through the cave. The cave has been an important part of New Zealand culture for over 120 years. World renowned and a magnet for both local and overseas visitors, the Waitomo Glowworm Caves occupy a high placing in the New Zealand vacation wish-
Meri Te Tai Mangakahia (1868–1920) campaigned for women’s suffrage in New Zealand. She was the first woman to address the Maori Kotahitanga Parliament in 1893, arguing that women should vote and hold office.