About this bookAcknowledgementsForeword by Geoffrey BlaineyIntroduction1. A voyage from humble beginnings2. Marvellous Melbourne3. Kiwi Annie4. Mud, manure and shiny shoes5. Kiwi at war6. Looking after business7. The French connection8. World War Two9. The roaming Ramsays10. The sincerest form of flattery11. Polishing the world12. Changing times13. Tom Ramsay retires - Kiwi merges14. Building the Kiwi empire15. The challenging future16. The auction17. Bringing a shine to the worldNotesIndexPicture credits
Keith Dunstan OAM was a much-loved Melbourne journalist and book author. For 30 years from 1958, his daily column 'A Place in the Sun' was an institution in the Sun News-Pictorial. He also wrote for The Bulletin under the pseudonym Batman, and for the Courier-Mail and later The Age.Keith Dunstan wrote more than 25 books, including a quartet of books on the Australian character, pioneering works of sport history including The Paddock that Grew, about the Melbourne Cricket Ground, and The Melbourne I Remember. Kiwi was his final work, completed just before he died in 2013.