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2013 saw the opening of a new multi-million dollar police station on Monmouth Street in Tauranga. The site has traditionally been the centre of law and order in Tauranga since
2013
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The most well known legend of the western Bay of Plenty is the story of how Mauao (Maunganui) was named.
2012
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A Jeannette Knudsen entry in the 2012 Memoir and Local History Competition.
2013
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The following information about the Matua Saltmarsh is from the Tauranga City Council and Historic Places Trust sign erected on the site entitled 'The Matua Saltmarsh: 150 years of change'.
2013
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The following information is from the Tauranga City Council and Historic Places Trust sign named 'Why Kulim?'.
2013
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The following information is from the Tauranga City Council and Historic Places Trust sign about Otumoetai Catholic Mission Station. The panel marks the site of the old Catholic mission station
2013
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The following information is from the Tauranga City Council and Historic Places Trust sign about Fergusson Park and the Tilby Farm. Much of the information was written by Tauranga historian
2013
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The name Bureta has been used for this part of the Otumoetai peninsula since 1900 when the land was bought by Bowyer Corbett, a planter from Fiji. The following information
2013
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Pāpāmoa's $9 million environmentally friendly library opened on 16 June 2006. The sloping curved roof mimics the sand dunes and raw materials used throughout, such as concrete, natural plywood, shell
2016
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Hynds Road in Gate Pa/Greerton, Tauranga, was named after the Hynds family who arrived in New Zealand from Northern Ireland in May 1900 aboard the 'Rakaia'. Story researched and written
2013
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In 1989 sixteen acres of land in an area of Welcome Bay, Tauranga, in the area known as Maungarangi or the 'Heavenly Hills' was purchased on which to establish the
2012
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In 2012 Tauranga Libraries Specialist Information Librarian Stephanie Smith created an informative display on White Island that show cased the early history, hopes, plans and disasters of White Island. Her
2013, 1875, 1885, 1885, 1895, 1895, 1905, 1905, 1915, 1915, 1925
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Long-time diners at the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic’s Atrium training restaurant recall good times there over the past sixteen years. This article appeared in Info News on 22 January 2013.
2013
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The area around Yatton Park was originally known as Tutarawananga. After the battles of Gate Pa and Te Ranga in 1864 gifts of land were made to Maori who had
2012, 1965, 1975, 1955, 1965
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"High cultural significance", "unique", and "intact" are some of the words used by conservation architects to describe the Brain Watkins House. This Victorian square villa, built in the 1880s, stands
2012, 1875, 1885, 1845, 1855
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Tauranga Domain has an interesting history. The whole of the northern end of the Te Papa peninsula was occupied by Maori until the devastating raid by Ngati Maru from the
2012, 1885, 1895
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The first building on this site was a large wooden structure with vertical boards erected in the early 1860s by the Church Missionary Society. It was intended for use as
2012, 1855, 1865
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Early in 1864 troops were sent from Auckland to the Tauranga district to stop the flow of warriors and supplies going into the Waikato in support of the Kingite Māori.
2012
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Looking strange? see an archived version here Until about 1910, Mount Maunganui was a sandy peninsula with a sprinkling of holiday cottages. Then Railway workshops were opened, which attracted a
2011
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For many years the cemetery was referred to as the Military Cemetery. There are monuments to the Naval Brigade, the 43rd Monmouth Regiment, and a mass Māori grave. Rawiri Puhirake,
2012