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Nelson's hidden shoreline
Normal 0 false false false EN-NZ X-NONE X-NONE Download MP3 [9 MB] Nelson's 1840's shoreline continues, following the former tideway. The...Read more about "Nelson's hidden shoreline"...
To many of us, the name of Reg Kingsford is familiar as a Nelson photographer from Broma Studios. However, Alfred Reginald Bellingham Kingsford was also a World War...Read more about "A.R. Kingsford"...
Emerging from the bush The discovery of gold and the search for grazing land were the initial driving forces behind the establishment of the township of Hampden, which later...Read more about "Murchison"...
Fruit for the picking
There is a little known secret in the Top of the South - Free Food for the picking. Yes, fruit trees are now being grown in public places,...Read more about "Fruit for the picking"...
Blenheim's Seymour Square was, officially, named after Henry Seymour who, with his son-in-law Alfred Fell, owned the land on which The Beaver[blenheim-or-the-beaver/] (Blenheim) was built. It is also said...Read more about "Seymour Square"...
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