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Picton and World War II
On 3 September 1939 New Zealand declared its involvement in a war that had begun in Europe. New Zealand was one of the first countries to join the...Read more about "Picton and World War II"...
The Prow Newsletter, Issue 9, Summer 2012/2013 Korero from the Prow. In this issue: Newsletter or social media[#tweet]? User statistics[#statistics] Te Tau Ihu and the Taranaki Wars[#taranaki] Maori...Read more about "Newsletter 9"...
Nelson and Tasman Floods
Floods have, and will continue to have, a significant impact on the city of Nelson, particularly the Maitai / Mahitahi River, the Brook or York Streams, and more widely...Read more about "Nelson and Tasman Floods"...
The Art of Wakefield Quay
Wakefield Quay named after Captain Arthur Wakefield[captain-arthur-wakefield/] of the New Zealand Company[new-zealand-company/] was where many early European Settlers first set foot in New Zealand. It boasts beautiful views of Nelson's...Read more about "The Art of Wakefield Quay"...
John Ribet of Hope Junction
John Ribet 1835-1890. From France to Kawatiri : Mine Host of the Hope Junction Hotel Ribet was born in France in 1835, and baptised into the Roman Catholic Church...Read more about "John Ribet of Hope Junction"...
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