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Charles Kidson, engineer
Charles Idrys Kidson was Nelson City Council’s Engineer from 1939 until his retirement in 1962, with a brief interruption when he served in World War II. He came...Read more about "Charles Kidson, engineer"...
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. The town is located on...Read more about "Havelock"...
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...Read more about "Albert Branton Doidge"...
Wakefield's Memorial Riwaka and Puketawai Pā
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 Riwaka's pioneer settlers in May...Read more about "Wakefield's Memorial Riwaka and Puketawai Pā"...
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...Read more about "Dick Roberts"...
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