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Greerton library first opened on 11 March 1964. Since then the library has seen several upgrades until a new library building was opened in 2015.
2016
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Tauranga is a new city. It is growing fast and there is the possibility that we may be seeing the emergence of an art precinct in our CBD.
2011
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Gallery 59 on Ninth Avenue, Tauranga, are busy with their third exhibition since opening their doors in July.
2011
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The visual arts are alive and well in Tauranga. I’m continually amazed at what we have on show in and around the city as well as all the hard working
2011
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Making art can be a very solitary endeavour but not for those who are creating artworks at The ArtHub. The ArtHub is an integral component of the Laundromat Art Project
2011
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Over the years The Cargo Shed on Tauranga’s Dive Crescent has had a mixed history as a local craft market. This article was written by Pete Morris in 2012.
2012
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Tauranga's Daniel Redwood has been immersed in art since early childhood. He sold his first artwork while still at school and also sold and traded numerous bone carvings during his
2012
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Art year 2012 gets off to a spectacular start with a group exhibition at the Owen Dippie Gallery in Ashworth Lane, Mount Maunganui.
2012
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The gateway, 'An Artist's Lament to His Beach', was erected at Papamoa Beach by local artist Peter Cramond after the Rena disaster in 2011.
2012
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Archived version here. Harington Street, Tauranga Harington Street runs between and parallel to McLean and Hamilton Streets from Cameron Road to The Strand. It’s owes its name to: Lieutenant Colonel
2015
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An article by Dr Paul Mountfort written for the Board of Directors when the Hospital was closing. Dr Mountford gave the article to Tauranga City Libraries in December of 2015,
2015
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The tribe called Ngati Ha, who drove the ancestors of Ngaiterangi from Tawhitirahi, were later known as Ngati Pukenga. They joined Rangihouhiri in the fight against Tapuika at Poporohuamea but
2012, 1295, 1305
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Some time after the Battle of Kokowai, Te Kumikumi of the Waitaha people (near Te Puke) was killed by a party of Ngai Te Rangi. His son’s Ruataumanu and Whiti
2012
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Te Aroha means love and caring. That seems a very strange name to give to a mountain, a high, bush-covered peak in the range which now carries a television translator
2012
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At the entrance to Tauranga Harbour, at the foot of Maunganui, there is a rock in the water called Te Kuia, the old lady. When the fishing boats go out
2012
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This song also has another message. If you tangle with us, if you want to scrap with us, it will be like trying to force your way through the tangled
2012
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Long ago there was a village called Kahakaharoa in the Omanawa district. The village was on the cliff tops at the edge of a gorge with a river flowing far
2012
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How the waterfall Te Rere i Oturu got it's name.
2012
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There are two little islands, little bits of land sitting on the mudflats within the boundaries of the City of Tauranga. One is Motuopuhi, which the Pakeha call Rat Island,
2012
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There was once a hill with no name among the many hills and ravines on the edge of the forests of Hautere.
2012