Tides of Change: the Story of the New Zealand Federation of Commercial Fishermen, 1958-2008

Author(s): Jenny Haworth

NZ Non Fiction

Tides Of Change tells the story of the independent fishermen who sailed small vessles to harvest the New Zealand seas. Their small craft limited most of them to the inshore fisheries, to catching snapper, gurnard, cod, rock lobster, hapuka, tarakihi and many other popular species. This book is a tribute to those men who gave devoted service to their industry for so long. It is also a tribute to all fishermen who have battled the elements at sea and the changing tides of policy on shore and managed to keep fishing.


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Author JENNY HAWORTH is already well-known in the fishing industry for co-authoring Hooked: The story of the New Zealand Fishing Industry, and for her many articles that have appeared in Seafood New Zealand. She is also well-known as a writer of both fiction and non-fiction. Her most recent publication is The Art of War: New Zealand War Artists in the Field 1939-1945 received rave reviews. She also wrote New Zealand Past and Present. Recent novels are Hobsons’ Chance and Lost Souls. With an MA in history she has had a life-long passion for revealing various aspects of New Zealand’s past.

General Fields

  • : 9780958292313
  • : Wily Publications
  • : Wily Publications
  • : June 2008
  • : 240mm X mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : October 2010
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Jenny Haworth
  • : Paperback
  • : 639.206093
  • : 335
  • : illustrations