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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"...
Māori heritage The earliest human footprints across the Mahitahi floodplain, upon which Nelson City now sits, belong to the tangata whenua and manawhenua tribes of Whakatū. What is now Alton Street...Read more about "Alton Street"...
Grant Palliser was born in Christchurch 6 October 1949. Palliser's attention was first drawn to art when he was eight years old. His uncle painted copies of calendar reproductions: which...Read more about "Grant Palliser"...
Cousins Clifford and Weld make their mark
In August 1847 Charles Clifford[http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/1c20/clifford-charles] and his cousin, Frederick Weld[http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/1w10/weld-frederick-aloysius] drove 3000 sheep from Port Underwood to Flaxbourne[sitetree_link,id=541]: "Crossed the Bluff River with sheep. Had to throw them all into the water,...Read more about "Cousins Clifford and Weld make their mark"...
Betsy Walter/Betsy Eyre and the Park named after her
Nelson City Councillor 1956-1962 ; 1965-1976 Deputy Mayor 1959-1962, 1965-1971 In 1956, twelve years after Laura Ingram[sitetree_link,id=822] was elected to the Motueka Borough Council, Betsy Walter (later Eyre) became Nelson's first...Read more about "Betsy Walter/Betsy Eyre and the Park named after her"...
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