Timothy Patrick Cleary (27 April 1900–15 August 1962) was a New Zealand lawyer and judge. He was born in Meeanee, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand on 27 April 1900. Throughout his life he was a devout Catholic.
New Zealand is a sovereign island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The country geographically comprises two main landmasses—the North Island, and the South Island —and around 600 smaller islands. New Zealand is situated some 2,000 kilometres (1,200 mi) east of Australia across the Tasman Sea and roughly 1,000 kilometres (600 mi) south of the Pacific island areas of New Caledonia, Fiji, and Tonga. Because of its remoteness, it was one of the last lands to be settled by humans. During its long period of isolation, New Zealand developed a distinct biodiversity of animal, fungal, and plant life. The country's varied topography and its sharp mountain peaks, such as the Southern Alps, owe much to the tectonic uplift of land and volcanic eruptions. New Zealand's capital city is Wellington, while its most populous city is Auckland.
The New Zealand Law Society is the parent body for barristers and solicitors in New Zealand. It was established in 1869, and regulates all lawyers practising in New Zealand. Membership of the Society is voluntary, although any person wishing to practice law in New Zealand must obtain a practising certificate from the Society. The Society has 13 branch offices throughout the country. Each branch has a president and a council, which represent their members’ interests on a regional and national level.
Ivan Cleary is the head coach of the Penrith Panthers in the NRL and an Australian former rugby league footballer. He is a former head coach of the Wests Tigers, the New Zealand Warriors and the Penrith Panthers. As a player, Cleary was a goal-kicking fullback who played club football in Australia and New Zealand, setting a new record for most points scored in a season during the 1998 NRL Premiership.
Michael Arthur Cleary AO is an Australian former rugby union and rugby league and footballer of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, and politician. He represented Australia in both rugby codes as well as in athletics making him one of only four Australians who have represented their country at full international level in three different sports.
The Missionary Society of St. Columban, commonly known as the Columbans, is a missionary Catholic society of apostolic life, founded in Ireland in 1916 and approved by the Vatican in 1918. Initially it was known as the Maynooth Mission to China. Members may be priests, seminarians or lay workers. Fr John Blowick, one of the two founders of the Society, also founded the Missionary Sisters of St. Columban to share in their work. The society is dedicated to St. Columbanus. The current international headquarters is in Hong Kong.
Owen Jenks Cleary was a politician from the U.S. state of Michigan.
Francis P. Mahony, also known as Frank Mahony, was an Australian artist and member of the Dawn and Dusk Club.
Timothy Gudsell is a retired New Zealand track and road racing cyclist who last rode for the PureBlack Racing team. Gudsell turned professional in 2007. Gudsell has plenty of experience in track cycling and has represented New Zealand at this level.
James Vincent Cleary was a Canadian Roman Catholic priest and Archbishop of Kingston, Ontario.
Garath James McCleary is a professional footballer who plays as a winger for Reading and the Jamaica national football team.
Patrick Joseph O'Regan was a Member of Parliament for Inangahua and Buller, in the South Island of New Zealand. He was later appointed to the Legislative Council.
The 2009 New Zealand Warriors season was the 15th in the club's history. They competed in the NRL's 2009 Telstra Premiership and finished 14th. The coach of the Warriors was Ivan Cleary while Steve Price was the team's captain. In 2009 Warriors games were broadcast on New Zealand's Sky network averaged 107,163 viewers.
Henry William Cleary was the sixth Roman Catholic Bishop of Auckland from 1910 to 1929.
Cleary is an Irish surname; which derives from Gaelic Ó Cléirigh/Mac Cleirigh, meaning 'descendent or son of cleric. it may relate to:
Patrick Moran was Vicar Apostolic of Eastern Province of Cape Colony in South Africa (1856–1869) and the first Roman Catholic Bishop of Dunedin, New Zealand (1869–1895).
Brian Verdon McCleary was a New Zealand rugby union player and boxer. He was a member of the All Blacks in 1924 and 1925, playing in the hooker position. He was also a New Zealand and Australasian amateur and professional light-heavyweight and heavyweight boxing champion.
Sidecar Racers is a 1975 Australian film about an Australian motorcycle rider who teams up with an American surfer.
The New Zealand Tablet was a weekly Catholic periodical published in Dunedin from 1873 to 1996.
John Gerald Cleary was a New Zealand-Canadian professor of computer science, entrepreneur, politician and promoter of Transcendental Meditation.
Nathan Cleary is a professional Australian rugby league footballer who plays for the Penrith Panthers in the National Rugby League. A New South Wales State of Origin and City Origin representative, Cleary plays as a halfback. Cleary is the son of Penrith Panthers coach and former rugby league footballer Ivan Cleary.
The 2017 NRL season was the 110th season of professional rugby league in Australia and the 20th season run by the National Rugby League. The season started in New Zealand with the annual Auckland Nines, and was followed by the All Stars Match, which was played at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle, and the World Club Series. It marked the last time that the Anzac Test and City vs. Country representative matches were played.
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