Samoan general election, 1976
General elections were held in Samoa on 21 February 1976. All candidates ran as independents and voting was restricted to Matai and citizens of European origin ("individual voters"), with the Matai el...
Awarua by-election, 1897
A by-election was held for the Awarua electorate on 5 August 1897, for the seat vacated by Joseph Ward, which he had held since 1887. Despite having had to resign due to bankruptcy, he exploited a leg...
Elections in Papua New Guinea
Elections in Papua New Guinea gives information on election and election results in Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea elects on national level a legislature. The National Parliament has 109 members, ...
New Zealand general election, 1911
The New Zealand general election of 1911 was held on Thursday, 7 and 14 December in the general electorates, and on Tuesday, 19 December in the Māori electorates to elect a total of 80 MPs to the 18th...
New Zealand general election, 1911 - Wikipedia
Samoan general election, 1988
General elections were held in Samoa on 26 February 1988. Voting was restricted to Matai and citizens of European origin ("individual voters"), with the Matai electing 45 MPs and Europeans two. Althou...
Samoan general election, 1988 - Wikipedia
Fijian general election, 2001
The Constitution of Fiji was restored by a High Court decision on 15 November 2000, following the failure of the political upheaval in which the government had been deposed and the constitution suspen...
Samoan general election, 1970
General elections were held in Samoa on 7 February 1970. All candidates ran as independents and voting was restricted to Matai and citizens of European origin ("individual voters"), with the Matai ele...
Christchurch South by-election, 1939
The 1939 Christchurch South by-election held on 3 June was caused by the death of Ted Howard during the term of the 26th New Zealand Parliament. The by-election in the Christchurch South electorate wa...
Christchurch South by-election, 1939 - Wikipedia