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  • Havelock

    Havelock was a goldrush town which, for a short time, nurtured two of New Zealand’s greatest scientists: Sir Ernest Rutherford[sitetree_link,id=246] and Sir William Pickering[http://www.royalsociety.org.nz/publications/reports/yearbooks/year2004/obituaries/william-pickering/]. Havelock SS Manaroa HM1009 The...

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  • Albert Branton Doidge

    Eight Stoke men are known to have died fighting in World War One.  Seven of these are listed on the Stoke Memorial Gates[http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/photo/stoke-memorial-gates], but Albert, for some reason is...

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  • Wakefield's Memorial Riwaka

    Kaiteriteri/ Puketawai Reserve and Captain Wakefield’s memorial In August 2014 a pyramidal rock memorial, celebrating Captain Wakefield's[sitetree_link,id=468] landing in October 1841 and the arrival place of Riwakas' pioneer settlers in May...

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  • Dick Roberts

    Photographer, teacher and experimental farmer, Dick Roberts, is regarded as a leader of the organic and alternative lifestyle movement in New Zealand.  He came from England to New Zealand...

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  • Branford Park

    Branford Park lies alongside the northern banks of the cherished Maitai River close to the city of Nelson. The park has a history of conflicting rights and needs...

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