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Nayland College - a student's view
In 1965, the population of Nelson was growing rapidly and the city needed to expand. New residential development meant that new amenities were required, therefore Nayland College was built. ...Read more about "Nayland College - a student's view"...
D'Urville's Tasman Bay Odyssey
On a windless day, the view of Tasman Bay from the ridge leading to French Pass seems enchanting but harmless. The battalions of rocks fringing the southern tip...Read more about "Dumont d'Urville's Tasman Bay Odyssey"...
Celebrating the Darkness 2013 saw the creation of an artistic experience unique to Nelson, an ambitious artist-led concept whereby local people are actively encouraged to engage with multiple light installations...Read more about "Light Nelson "...
Sir Thomas Picton and naming of Picton
Sir Thomas Picton Lawrence, Thomas Sir: Portrait of Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Picton Click image to enlarge Picton was originally called Waitohi, or Waitohi Pā. It was named by the...Read more about "Sir Thomas Picton (1758-1815) and the naming of Picton"...
Nayland College - daring to be different
Daring to be Different Stoke’s co-educational Nayland College was established in 1966 in the shadow of the long and highly respected history and traditions of the Nelson’ city’s single...Read more about "Nayland College - daring to be different"...
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