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Welcome to the website of Marching New Zealand

Marching New Zealand (MNZ) is the national sports organisation for the administration and development of marching activities in New Zealand.

Marching for sport, leisure and recreation is an activity with embryonic beginnings in New Zealand.

Marching in New Zealand is an amateur sport that offers participants a strong sense of team spirit and self-discipline. It heightens powers of concentration and physical fitness, encourages good deportment, pride in grooming and personal achievement and offers musical enjoyment, life long friendships and opportunities of travel.

Want to know more about local marching activities in your region - contact the Association in your area

 

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Emma Roberts - Storm - Wellington Association - Photo Credit: Shayne Kim : Canterbury 

Marching NZ Online in Women Together – Ngā Rōpū Wāhine o te Motu

History of Marching NZ https://nzhistory.govt.nz/women-together/marching-new-zealand

All women's organisations: https://nzhistory.govt.nz/women-together

To mark the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in 2018, an online version of Women Together: A History of Women’s Organisations in New Zealand / Ngā Rōpū Wāhine o te Motu was produced. The new online edition has updated the original essays to include new information about the past 25 years. There are also new images and videos, and links to relevant biographies and historical events.

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HOUSE OF FUNDRAISING DETAILS

Here are all the details you need to sign up for the House of Fundraising, Whittaker's Chocolates fundraiser.

- Tips for a successful Whittaker's Chocolate Fundraiser

- All you need to know, the finer details

- House of Fundraising - Credit Application

House of Fundraising

 

View our video "Marching, The Kiwi way to keep fit".

  

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