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The Nightingale Library Memorial
The first library in Tāhunanui was housed in a cupboard at the back of the Town Hall when Tāhunanui was administered by a Town Board. By the 1930's...Read more about "The Nightingale Library Memorial"...
Te Awatea Hou
Waitangi Day in 1990 was special, as it was the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. The largest gathering ever seen of Māori tribal war canoes (waka...Read more about "Te Awatea Hou"...
It is believed that Wakefield (originally known as Pitfure)1 was named after the Yorkshire birthplace of an early settler, William Hough; however it is also widely accepted that the...Read more about "Early Wakefield"...
*Richmond Borough Councillor 1961-1965* Pixie Sanders attended Nelson College for Girls in the 1940s where she was head prefect and dux.1 She then attended Canterbury University graduating MA (Hons)...Read more about "Pixie Sanders"...
36 Brougham Street
36 Brougham Street is a post-Victorian property, built approximately 1925. It has a Category 2 Heritage listing and shows arts and crafts influence. About the area The streets around Brougham...Read more about "36 Brougham Street"...
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