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The pioneers of the Hope Valley are commemorated by a memorial at Glenhope. The small rock cairn was originally erected by the Owen Women’s Institute in 1935, close to...Read more about "Glenhope Pioneers"...
Along the Trafalgar Cycleway - Te Paruparu
In pre-European times Te Paruparu (Nelson Haven) and the Mahitahi/Maitai River formed a mahinga kai or food gathering destination for Māori. Seasonal camps were occupied to gather nature’s bounty. ...Read more about "Along the Trafalgar Cycleway - Te Paruparu "...
Paturau - a legacy in the making It is hard to believe Harry Richards will turn 80 in December, as he is still very much in the saddle....Read more about "Paturau"...
It was a love of science and the foresight of a Nelson philanthropist, Thomas Cawthron, that led to the establishment of an institute that is now a world...Read more about "The Philanthropist and the Cawthron Institute"...
Kupe and the Boulder Bank
The distinctive Boulder Bank protecting Nelson Haven, known to Māori as Te Taero a Kereopa (the obstruction of Koreopa) or Te Tahuna a Tama-i-ea, was named to commemorate...Read more about "Kupe and the Boulder Bank"...
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