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Trooper Leonard Tarrant and his Memorial
Trooper Leonard Mathews Tarrant and the Tarrant Memorial, Motueka Quay Leonard Tarrant was born 8 February 1871 to Henry Alexander Tarrant and Katherine, nee Saxon, in Brightwater. He came to...Read more about "Trooper Leonard Tarrant and his Memorial"...
Pethybridge Memorial Rose Garden Motueka
On 26th November 1964, a memorial plaque and rose gardens were dedicated to Charles Edward Pethybridge, by G W Johnston Chairman of the Tobacco[sitetree_link,id=104] companyW.D & H.O Wills (NZ) Ltd[http://www.batnz.com/group/sites/BAT_9VNKQW.nsf/vwPagesWebLive/DO9T5K5C].. Charles...Read more about "Pethybridge Memorial Rose Garden Motueka"...
Seasonal Workers in 20th Century Motueka
Motueka has long been a highly productive agricultural region, with a focus on tobacco[tobacco/], hops[the-hop-centre-of-new-zealand/] and apples[apple-industry/]. The region has often struggled to meet the demand for labour, particularly at...Read more about "Seasonal Workers in 20th Century Motueka"...
It was a tiny bright red fruit that first drew entrepreneur, inventor and farmer Charles Lowe to Riwaka in 1900.1 Fresh off a contract handling horses for the...Read more about "Charles Lowe"...
Motueka and early settlement
Around 1839-1840, the Ngati Rarua and Te Atiawa people living in the Motueka region heard that a European settlement was likely to be established there and realised this offered ...Read more about "Motueka and early settlement"...