Phillida Bunkle (born 1944) is a former New Zealand politician. She represented the Alliance in Parliament from 1996 to 2002, when she retired. Bunkle was for many years a lecturer at Victoria University.
Phillida Bunkle (born 1944) is a former New Zealand politician. Bunkle was born in Sussex, England, and was educated at Keele University, England, receiving a BA with First Class Honours; Smith College, Massachusetts, USA, receiving a MA; and St Anne's College, Oxford.
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Phillida Bunkle is a former New Zealand politician. Bunkle was born in Sussex, England, and was educated at Keele University, England, receiving a Bachelor with First Class Honours. Smith College, Massachusetts, United States of America, receiving a Master of Arts. And Street Anne"s College, Oxford. She attended Harvard University, United States of America as a Kennedy Scholar and was the recipient of a Fulbright Award.
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The New Zealand medical journal. ABSTRACTThe women articulating Second Wave Feminism in Britain emerged from the environment created by the 1944 Education Act, which ensured that all girls completed secondary school, with a minorit. More). What do we know about gambling in new zealand. Phillida Bunkle, John Lepper.