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New Brighton and the Pier - Christchurch New Zealand
Dorothy -- 2002-04-12

The first Pier at Christchurch's popular New Brighton Beach was built in 1894 and its replacement opened in 1997.
 
Richard Greenaway - family historian and librarian - Genealogy Services
Dorothy -- 2002-03-29

Richard Greenaway, family historian and librarian at Christchurch City Libraries, directs historians and genealogists to a wide ranging sources.
 
The 1951 Waterside Strike - An Untold Story
Ian Dixon -- 2001-01-28

The Rev Ian Dixon describes his experiences and the Presbyterian Church's role during the 1951 Waterside Strike.
 
The Stoddart Family Of Diamond Harbour - Margaret Stoddart
Morag Lawrence -- 2001-05-11

Mark Stoddart, Canterbury pioneer, father of artist Margaret Stoddart, settled at Diamond Harbour.
 
Women's Hairstyles In New Zealand - 1900-50 - New Zealand women
Dorothy -- 2000-09-22

New Zealand women followed overseas trends in hairstyles and hairdressing processes from 1900-1950.
 
Wellington's Karori Wildlife Sanctuary
Dorothy -- 2004-05-07

In the former Karori water supply catchment visitors can now walk beside lakes in native forest and glimpse rare and protected native birds ....
 
Brunner Suspension Bridge
Sandy Robertson and Neville Bennett -- 2004-05-28

Sandy Robertson describes the Brunner Suspension Bridge reopening and Neville Bennett reviews Brian Wood's history of the area.
 
Fred Preece of 28 Maori Battalion
Gabrielle Huria -- 2004-05-14

Alfred Preece, a surviving member of 28 Maori Battalion, describes life in Chatham Islands and experiences in World War 2 .
 
 
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