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The Regulus and Port Kembla
The Regulus was built in 1907 by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson of Newcastle on Tyne for the Westport Coal Company[http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Cyc04Cycl-t1-body1-d2-d32-d3.html], based in Dunedin. She was a vessel of...Read more about "The Regulus and Port Kembla"...
The Prow Newsletter, Issue 7, Summer 2012 [assets/logos/Nelson-Libraries-Prow-LogoFINAL.png] Korero from the Prow. In this issue: Normal 0 false false false EN-NZ X-NONE X-NONE Seeking Nelson...Read more about "Newsletter issue 7"...
Wiremu Kīngi Te Koihua
Te Koihua, who was the chief of Pakawau, Mohua (Golden Bay), spanned the decades between authentic Māori lifestyle and the new society resulting from colonisation and European settlement. He...Read more about "Wiremu Kīngi Te Koihua"...
Whekenui Leading Lights
One of the sites recently added to the Marlborough District Council’s Heritage Register is the Tory Channel Leading Lights, plus a former oil store, at Whekenui (part of Okukari...Read more about "Whekenui Leading Lights"...
Brightwater's School for Boys - 1888-1889
The brick school In 1887 Spring Grove School was overcrowded and run down, it was also the only school in the area that educated senior boys. Instead of just...Read more about "Brightwater's School for Boys - 1888-1889"...
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