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Jane Carswell is the author of Under the Huang Jiao Tree: Two Journeys in China, which was winner of the 2010 Whitcoulls Travel Book of the Year award and shortlisted
2012
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Leonie Couper was raised in Martinborough in the Wairarapa District.  She and her husband Ian have two adult children and three grand-daughters all of whom have been coerced and cajoled
2012
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New Zealand author and member of NZSA BOP
2012
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Alison Brown introduces Alison Brown... freelance non-fiction creative writer.
2013
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After enlisting for World War I (1914-1918) Joseph (Joe) Albert McCauley embarked as a Sapper with the Samoan Advance Party, Railway Engineers, on 15 August 1914 from Wellington for Apia.
2013
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This article by Tauranga librarian Michelle Anderson published in 'Library Life - Te Rau Ora', the online magazine of LIANZA (Library and Information Assocation of New Zealand Aotearoa) on 11
2012
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  Virginia came to New Zealand in the 1940s from Apia, Samoa. She was a young woman travelling alone to a new job with the Island Territories government department in
2011
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Kenneth Mason served in the R.A.F. during World War II. He was my husband's first cousin twice removed - Debbie McCauley.
2012
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Joseph Arnaud Govan served in Japan during World War II. He also started the Te Puke Piano Accordian Band.
2012
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Dr Kathleen Chang retired to Tauranga with her husband, Professor Francis Chang, in 1969 where they created a Chinese garden in Sherwood Street, Otumoetai.
2011
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Written by John Wightman. By the end of August, 1939 war appeared to be inevitable. I talked twice to the operators at the amateur station SP1ZK, operating at the Warsaw
2012
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Home Away From Home by Ernest & Zanele Mavuso from the Kingdom of Swaziland, presentation made during LIH TRMC event held in July 2012 at the Historic Village, Tauranga
2012
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Maria Robinson's entry to Tauranga Memories competition
2012
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  In 1972 the Baker family of East Anglia, Gate Pa, Tauranga, made a number of generous donations to the Tauranga District Museum including shrapnel taken from Battle of Gate
2011
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No snakes?  … Let’s go there …   Austria 1959.   When I met my husband he had just returned from a contract working in New Zealand.   I was very impressed by
2011