Other events of 1932
Timeline of New Zealand history
Estimated population as of 31 December: 1,534,700
Increase since previous 31/12/1931: 11,900 (0.78%)
Males per 100 females: 103.6
Head of State - George V
Governor-General - The Lord Bledisloe GCMG KBE PC
1932 in New Zealand Wikipedia
The 24th New Zealand Parliament commenced with the coalition of the United Party and the Reform Party.Speaker of the House - Charles Statham (Independent)
Prime Minister - George Forbes
Minister of Finance - William Downie Stewart (Reform Party)
Minister of Foreign Affairs - George Forbes
Attorney-General - William Downie Stewart
Leader of the Opposition -Harry Holland (Labour).
Mayor of Auckland - George Hutchison
Mayor of Hamilton - Frances Dewsbury Pinford
Mayor of Wellington - Thomas Hislop
Mayor of Christchurch - Dan Sullivan
Mayor of Dunedin - Robert Black
23 February: First session of the 24th Parliament commences.
25 April: Dedication ceremony for the New Zealand National War Memorial Carillion in Wellington.
10 May: Parliament goes into recess.
28 June: The Otago Witness, first published in 1851, produces its last issue.
22 September: Parliament recommences.
8 December: First session of the 24th Parliament concludes.
See 1932 in art, 1932 in literature, Category:1932 books
See: 1932 in music
See: Public broadcasting in New Zealand
See: Category:1932 film awards, 1932 in film, List of New Zealand feature films, Cinema of New Zealand, Category:1932 filmsThe 41st National Chess Championship was held in Napier, and was won by G. Gundersen of Melbourne, his second title.
The 22nd New Zealand Open championship was won by Andrew Shaw, his fifth title.
The 36th National Amateur Championships were held in Wellington Men: Rana Wagg (Hutt) - 2nd title
Women: Mrs J.C. Templar
New Zealand Trotting Cup: Harold Logan - 2nd win
Auckland Trotting Cup: Great Parrish
See New Zealand at the 1932 Summer Olympics
Category:Rugby union in New ZealandInaugural Bledisloe Cup won by New Zealand 2-1
Ranfurly Shield held by Canterbury all season, with defenses against Sth Canterbury 11-5, Auckland 14-0, West Coast 5-3, Wellington 9-8, Buller 13-0, Waikato 17-6
New Zealand national rugby league teamThe Chatham Cup is won by Wellington Marist who beat Millerton All Blacks 5—0 in the final.
Provincial league champions: Auckland: YMCA
Hawke's Bay: Napier YMCA
9 January – Whetu Tirikatene-Sullivan, politician, longest-serving female member of the House of Representatives (1967–1996) (died 2011)
31 January – Derek Quigley, politician.
7 May – Robert Webster, virologist.
1 June – Frank Cameron, cricketer.
4 June – Maurice Shadbolt, writer.
23 June – Bob Blair, cricketer.
17 October – C. K. Stead, writer.
6 December – Paul Reeves, Anglican archbishop, Primate (1980–1985), Governor-General (1985–1990) (died 2011)
Category:1932 births30 January: Edward Walter, politician.
16 May: William Pember Reeves, statesman, poet, historian and social reformer.