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John and Kurapa Davis
We are inclined to think of New Zealand residents of the nineteenth century as being of either Maori or European background but during the latter half of the...Read more about "John and Kurapa Davis"...
A self-made man who used his considerable fortune to make many gifts to his adopted city, Nelson. Thomas Cawthron has left many enduring legacies, including the Church steps...Read more about "Thomas Cawthron 1833-1915"...
The Brothers Islands and Lighthouse
Off the north end of Arapawa Island in Cook Strait lie a group of islets known as The Brothers. In Maori tradition, these are Ngawhatu Kai-ponu: ‘the eyeballs...Read more about "The Brothers Islands and Lighthouse"...
Nelson's gateway sculptures
The Novella Sculpture “Nau mai ki tōku Āhuru Mōwai” – Welcome to my safe home, to my sheltered haven. He wāhi e tau ana te wairua pai, e marino...Read more about "Nelson's gateway sculptures"...
St. Johns in the Wilderness Koromiko
* Anglican Church. Koromiko - Picton , Marlborough New Zealand. *Historic Places Trust Registered No: 1469; Category 2; Status B.* * Sir Paul Reeves was baptised in St Johns of the Wilderness at Koromiko, and it...Read more about "St. Johns in the Wilderness"...
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