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Temporary art is an important way of enlivening our streetscapes and has been used to good effect to express viewpoints of Nelson as a place to be, and...Read more about "Nelson's murals"...
St Mary's convent
*Our once fine French edifice 1* The Convent of the Immaculate Conception sat at the top of the Manuka Street hill from 1892 to 1983. It was a...Read more about "St Mary's convent"...
The Rawsons and the outbreak of World War One
WW1 – The outbreak, 1914, including at sea with Capt von Muller and SMS Emden In 2011 I wrote1 of the terror and dilemma faced by Taranaki citizens at...Read more about "The Rawsons and the outbreak of World War One"...
The Hale family and the second Colonial landscape
The work of early nurserymen can be seen in Nelson and all over New Zealand. Their work marks significant milestones from the Queen’s Jubilee[http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/anniversaries/page-1] to the commemoration of the lives...Read more about "The Hale family and the second Colonial landscape"...
Life in Canvastown and the Wakamarina
These memories contributed for the 150th anniversary of the founding of Canvastown in 2014, give a good picture of life in the region in the first 100 years...Read more about "Life in Canvastown and the Wakamarina"...
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