The last quarter of the 19th century was a period of stability in Nelson, which had become the busiest provincial port in New Zealand and a major commercial...Read more about "Trafalgar Park"...
Marlborough's Early Churches
There was a tradition of tolerance and goodwill between Marlborough's Christian churches from the earliest days when dedicated ministers and priests covered hundreds of miles of the undeveloped and...Read more about "Marlborough's Early Churches"...
Miyazu Garden, situated on the Atawhai side of the main road as you drive into Nelson, embodies the strong sister city relationship that flourishes between Nelson and Miyazu...Read more about "Miyazu Garden"...
Joy Cowley with cod. c.2000. Picture from http://www.joycowley.com/Click image to enlarge It's raining in the Marlborough Sounds after weeks of hot dry weather and New Zealand's favourite grandma of children's...Read more about "Joy Cowley - author"...
Colonial furniture makers in Nelson
Furniture for a colonial life The colonial settlement of Nelson was among the first in New Zealand to establish a furniture making industry and examples of colonial furniture from...Read more about "Colonial furniture makers in Nelson"...
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