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Nelson-born champion runner, Rod Dixon talks a mile a minute - but he knows that. "People used to say you can always rely on John (Walker) to run...Read more about "Rod Dixon"...
The development of health services Nelson’s first hospital was a lean-to attached to the barracks built on Piki Mai/ Church Hill in the 1840s. Various private cottage hospitals provided rudimentary medical...Read more about "Nelson Hospital"...
The Reays in Brightwater
The rise of George Reay, with the support of Elizabeth Ann, from a modest butcher in the North East of England to a significant property owner in New...Read more about "The Reays in Brightwater"...
Stoke Freezing Works
The first shipment of frozen meat left New Zealand for the United Kingdom on the ‘Dunedin' in 1882, with the first works established at Burnside, Dunedin. The Nelson...Read more about "Stoke Freezing Works"...
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"...
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