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Te Tau Ihu and World War II
The war years in Te Tau Ihu followed a decade of economic Depression. Regional development halted, austerity, shortages and later rationing were the order of the day. *The progress...Read more about "Te Tau Ihu and World War II"...
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 - named...Read more about "Murchison"...
Nelson Lakes National Park
Nelson Lakes National Park (established in 1956) is situated in Te Tau Ihu - the top of the South Island, protecting 102,000 hectares of the northern most Southern...Read more about "Nelson Lakes National Park"...
Education in Nelson - timeline
The Nelson Province played an important role in the history of New Zealand education. It was the first Province to initiate free public education, taking over the Nelson School Society established by Matthew Campbell[matthew-campbell/]....Read more about "Education in Nelson - 1842-2012"...
Nelson Public Libraries
The Nelson Public Libraries as we know them today consist of the Elma Turner Library[http://www.nelsonpubliclibraries.co.nz/library/opening-hours/elma-turner-library/], Nightingale Memorial Library[sitetree_link,id=440] and Stoke Library[sitetree_link,id=779]. The Library was one of the first to be established in...Read more about "Nelson Public Libraries"...