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The Anchor Inn
The original Anchor Inn building was built in 1856 on Haven Road[haven-road-and-fountain-place/] near Auckland Point[auckland-point-market/]. Prior to the land reclamations of the 1950s, Haven Road was a narrow, waterside thoroughfare...Read more about "The Anchor Inn"...
There are eight tribes in Te Tau Ihu (Nelson–Marlborough): Ngāti Kuia, Rangitāne and Ngāti Apa (from the Kurahaupō canoe) Ngāti Koata, Ngāti Rārua and Ngāti Toa (from the Tainui canoe) Ngāti Tama...Read more about "Maori"...
The Fairfield graveyard, along with the popular Fairfield house was for a long time thought to be haunted (as are most graveyards). Nelson Cemeteries Nelson Cemeteries. Nelson City...Read more about "Fairfield Graveyard"...
The school, the pool and the boiler The close relationship between Stoke’s Nayland Park Pool complex and Nayland College[sitetree_link,id=721] could be said to have started with a chat over...Read more about "Nayland Pool"...
Marlborough's wine story
The expansion of Marlborough's wine industry over the past three decades has changed the face of the province, but even the earliest European settlers saw the potential of...Read more about "Marlborough's wine story"...
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