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The Murchison Earthquake
*Shaky Ground* For centuries before Europeans arrived, Māori had experienced rū whenua - ‘the shaking of the land'. According to Māori tradition, earthquakes are caused by the god Rūaumoko (or...Read more about "The Murchison Earthquake"...
William Moore. Nelson First Public School Teacher
Life was pleasant for the local school master of Tannadice in the quiet countryside around Forfarshire, Scotland in 1840. William Moore and his wife Isobel lived in a...Read more about "Nelson First Public School Teacher"...
14 Aldinga Avenue
Holland House, formerly Stead or St Anne's Aldinga is a colonial cob house, built approximately 1850. It has a Category 2 Heritage listing. *About the area* Stoke was once a...Read more about "14 Aldinga Avenue "...
Thomas and Susan Robinson nee Stephenson
*Seaview Cemetery Block 10, Plot 184* Robinson Bros[sitetree_link,id=522] in Main Road Stoke was originally an export orchard set up in 1910 by Thomas Robinson. Thomas was born in Clough, Northern...Read more about "Thomas and Susan Robinson nee Stephenson"...
Shakespeare Bay is a deepwater harbour just to the West of the main Picton harbour, separated by Kaipupu Point, now a wildlife sanctuary. Although there is no record of...Read more about "Shakespeare Bay"...
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