Photographer, teacher and experimental farmer, Dick Roberts, is regarded as a leader of the organic and alternative lifestyle movement in New Zealand. He came from England to New Zealand...Read more about "Dick Roberts"...
The deer park in Todds Valley 1910-1916
When settlers arrived in Nelson in 1841 there were few animals or game birds readily available as a source of food. Some animals and plants were introduced in...Read more about "The deer park in Todds Valley 1910-1916"...
Branford Park and the Richardson holdings
Branford Park lies alongside the northern banks of the cherished Maitai/Mahitahi/Maitahi River close to the city of Nelson. The park has a history of conflicting rights and needs which created...Read more about "Branford Park and the Richardson holdings"...
Jack Rawson at Gallipoli
Nelson resident, Dick Rawson, tells the story of his father’s role, as a doctor, in World War I. This is part three of Jack Rawson’s story. Part one...Read more about "Jack Rawson at Gallipoli"...
Sydney Grey Davis
Sydney Grey Davis, 1896-1917, is one of the eight Stoke men known to have died in World War One. He is commemorated on the Stoke Memorial Gates[http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/photo/stoke-memorial-gates]. Davis Sydney...Read more about "Sydney Grey Davis"...
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