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Regular users of the Nelson Railway line (closed since the 1950's) included Nelson secondary school students from Stoke, Richmond and the countryside. They were called “school bugs”, named for their on-board...Read more about "School Bugs"...
Resolution Bay or Atapu
It has been suggested that the Māori name for this bay, which is off Tōtaranui/ Queen Charlotte Sound, should perhaps be O-Tapu, (a sacred place) or Ata-po (early dawn). Captain...Read more about "Resolution Bay or Atapu"...
Albert Edward Cresswell
Albert Edward Cresswell, 1882-1916, was the fifth of ten children belonging to William Daniel and Elizabeth Fanny (née St. John) Cresswell of Stoke. Albert’s father was a gardener and...Read more about "Albert Edward Cresswell"...
Marlborough women at war
New Zealand nurses served in both World Wars, providing devoted care to the war sick and wounded and displaying great courage. In 1914, Sister Ethel Lewis accompanied 400 patients...Read more about "Marlborough women at war"...
Whakapapa is the bedrock of Māori society. In mid-1995 a hui of kaumatua from throughout Aotearoa considered commonalities and differences between tribes in matters of tikanga regarding customary rights...Read more about "Whakapapa"...
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