Nelson Provincial Buildings
These days, a glance along Nelson's skyline reveals our city’s prominent buildings; the Clock tower, the Rutherford Hotel and the Cathedral. Rewind one hundred years, however, and you would...Read more about "Nelson Provincial Buildings"...
A study of the Nelson Seido dojo Nelson is not a big city, but it is home to a gift that supports, ameliorates and strengthens even those who...Read more about "Oshi Shinobu"...
Albert McCormack Nalder was born on the 12th April 1891 at Motupipi, Golden Bay. His parents were Thomas William Nalder and Mary McCormick. At age five Albert lived with...Read more about "Albert Nalder"...
Nelson ships and World War I
Port Nelson, Nelson shipping and Nelson seamen, had a role to play during World War I. Wave the Red Duster Each year on 3 September, New Zealand acknowledges the Merchant...Read more about "Nelson ships and World War I"...
The Regulus and Port Kembla
The Regulus was built in 1907 by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson of Newcastle on Tyne for the Westport Coal Company[http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Cyc04Cycl-t1-body1-d2-d32-d3.html], based in Dunedin. She was a vessel of...Read more about "The Regulus and Port Kembla"...
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