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A leading voice in the separation of the Provinces Eton and Oxford educated barrister, William Adams[http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Cyc05Cycl-t1-body1-d2-d2-d2.html] was a leading voice for the Wairau’s discontented settlers and became the province’s first...Read more about "William Adams"...
The Prow Newsletter, Issue 5, Summer/Autumn 2011 Kōrero from Prow resources[#digdeep]Finding wom[#women]en in HIStory[#women]Digital storehouse[#digital]Follow us on Twitter[#twitter]The 2010 top ten[#topten] Download the newsletter as PDF It's Our Second Anniversary! In...Read more about "Newsletter issue 5"...
St Marys Catholic Church Nelson
The first Catholic Mass in Nelson was held in May 1844. The Church’s first chapel was built on Sion Hill (now Shelbourne Street) at a cost of £40. In...Read more about "St Marys Catholic Church Nelson"...
Tawhiri comes home
In 1951 an ocean race was sailed from Wellington to Lyttelton as a celebration of the Canterbury centennial. Tawhiri comes home crew Tawhiri and crew upon finishing...Read more about "The Tawhiri"...
Wreck of the Penguin
The worst shipwreck in New Zealand during the 20th century happened in Cook Strait to the regular passenger ship taking people from Picton to Wellington. Penguin passing through...Read more about "Wreck of the 'Penguin'"...