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Harold Bernard Jellyman
Harold Bernard Jellyman, 1894 – 1917, was one of the eight Stoke men known to have died in World War I. He is commemorated on the Stoke Memorial...Read more about "Harold Bernard Jellyman"...
The Scow Echo
A.S. Echo, now permanently ‘on the hard’ on Picton foreshore, was built from kauri in 1905 at Te Kopuru near Dargaville by William Brown & Sons (William Brown...Read more about "The Scow Echo"...
Nelson School of Music
A Unique Vision When Nelson's European settlers wanted music, they had to make it themselves. By 1852, the small Nelson community, then numbering more than 2000, had formed a...Read more about "Nelson School of Music"...
New Zealand's first rugby club
On 30 May 1868 a notable event occurred in the small town of Nelson: the formation of The Nelson Football Club which, within two years, became the Nelson Rugby Football Club. This was...Read more about "New Zealand's first rugby club"...
Over a Century of Hops
*The Lines Family flow with the Winds of Change* The Lines family have lived on land at Wai-iti for 170 years. Thomas and his second wife Anne arrived...Read more about "Over a Century of Hops"...
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