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Lizzie Marvelly Contact Address, Phone Number, Email ID, Website

Lizzie Marvelly is a very famous and well-known singer/songwriter and journalist from Rotorua, New Zealand. She has written for the New Zealand Herald on Lizzie Marvellys like feminist issues etc. Lizzie Marvelly is a successful classical crossover and pop singer. She is 28 years old personality who is active in this field since 2006 to present.

She was born on 5 July 1989 in Rotorua, New Zealand. Lizzie Marvelly studied at Rotorua Girls High School and then she awarded a senior scholarship at King’s College, Auckland. She launched her debut album on 3 December 2007 under her name such as Elizabeth Marvelly. Her second album was named as Home was recorded and produced by Nick Patrick. In 2013, Lizzie Marvelly officially announced that she would pursue a pop career. In August 2015, she released her first single with New Zealand hip-hop legend P-Money. In May 2015, she launched an online media site called Villainesses. Lizzie Marvelly has created her own website also which is given below. All latest updates about her will be updated on her official website. Fans can get connected with Lizzie by following her social profiles which are provided below.

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Lizzie Marvelly Residence Address: Auckland, New Zealand

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Lizzie Marvelly Office Address: P.O. Box 137179 Parnell 1151 Auckland, New Zealand

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Management Niki Schuck +64 21 911 332 niki@nikischuckpr.com nikischuckpr.com
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  • John Steele May 18, 2019, 4:51 am

    Hello Lizzie
    Re your Herald column today – about Cook’s ‘invasion’.
    We do have one thing in common – the same school in Mangere. And music. And a love of history. But I’d like to talk with you more about the particular narrative you’re repeating from Gisborne. The reason – that is just the Gisborne story. I have a small book about to be published here around the Tuia 250 events called ‘When Toawaka met Cook’. Among Ngati Hei in particular – and other Hauraki iwi – Cook’s arrival was never seen as an invasion. We quote Ngati Hei at length direct from their oral history in this book saying exactly this.The deaths which occurred were never deliberate murders – but grossly unfortunate misunderstandings mainly because Cook’s men didn’t understand what a wero was, Maori hadn’t seen a gun before and Tupaia as translator wasn’t ashore there to explain and avoid confrontation.
    My gentle criticism therefore is that you are simply repeating the incorrect interpretations of someone with another possibly quite justifiable ’cause’, and using the Cook event to highlight it. But I don’t think any historian – and there are both Maori and European historians who agree – who has studied these events in detail would use the words ‘murder’ and ‘invasion’ and ‘piracy’ and put your (Herald) interpretation on them. At best it is seen as simple and uninformed, and at worst it is regarded as almost ridiculous in the context of total Polynesian history itself. In this respect, they were ‘colonial invaders’ too at one stage! The Govt today are trying to give a voice to both sides. But Ms Ngata’s voice is cloaked in vitriol, using incorrect facts and using 2019 standards, moral codes of behaviour etc to damn people from the mid 18th C. That’s like judging today’s liberated sexual standards with those of the 175os!
    Regards John Steele

  • Roger mayo November 24, 2019, 2:29 am

    Lizzie ,in the interests of justice details of a victims private life are going to be made known in a courtroom,that dosnt mean that the swarm of parasitic that pass for media have to report all those details to the world,Lizzie it was you guys that desecrated Grace’s memory

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