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The hilltop overlooking Whakatü is known to Mäori as Pikimai, which translates as ‘climb hither'. Piki mai was a staging point for the pakohe[pakohe-argillite/] (argillite) industry, the nearest quarries...Read more about "Piki mai "...
The Riverside Murals project started 30 November 2013, setting out to create a mural gallery of eight different styles by eight local artists. It was proposed by local artist Chris Finlayson[http://www.finlaysonart.co.nz/],...Read more about "Riverside Murals"...
Esteemed writer calls Nelson home Maurice Gee was once described by Britain’s Sunday Times as ‘one of the finest writers at work, not only in New Zealand…but in the...Read more about "Maurice Gee"...
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"...
Te Rauparaha’s Account of the Wairau Affray
The Wairau Affray, as it has become known, resulted in the deaths of twenty-two Europeans, including Arthur Wakefield and Henry Thompson. Four Māori are known to have died:...Read more about "Te Rauparaha’s Account of the Wairau Affray"...
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