Case study: Dominion status
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On 26 September 1907 the colony of New Zealand ceased to exist. New Zealand became a dominion within the British Empire. This feature provides students with a context to explore a significant event in New Zealand's political and constitutional development. What really changed as a consequence of this can inform the debate about the evolution of political independence in New Zealand.
- the meaning of dominion status
- becoming a dominion
- the first Dominion Day
- demise of Dominion Day
- changes after New Zealand became a dominion.