Many milestones in New Zealand's beer history are associated with the Nelson region. The country's second commercial brewery was opened on the corner of Hardy and Tasman Streets in...Read more about "McCashin's Brewery"...
The Apple Industry
Hard Graft for Early Apple Growers Apples have been planted in the Nelson/Tasman region since the arrival of the first European settlers, who found that apple trees flourished in...Read more about "The Apple Industry"...
Years of hard work, talent, self-belief and the support of a good wife, all combined to make Nelson artist, Sir Tosswill Woollaston (Toss), one of New Zealand's best,...Read more about "Toss Woollaston"...
Stoke resident Kevin Hoult rode the train into Nelson College from Belgrove between 1942 and 1945. After finishing college he worked as a paperboy for the railroad. On...Read more about "Railway Memories"...
Blenheim's Seymour Square was, officially, named after Henry Seymour who, with his son-in-law Alfred Fell, owned the land on which The Beaver[blenheim-or-the-beaver/] (Blenheim) was built. It is also said...Read more about "Seymour Square"...
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