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Page looking wrong? Archive version here. Elizabeth Street in the early years Elizabeth Street runs from Takitimu Drive up through Cameron Road and beyond Devonport. Grey Street and Durham Street,
2015
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A series of articles written by Jinty Rorke and originally published as a series of weekly articles in the Bay of Plenty Times August 1994 to September 1995, as indicated
2015, 1825, 1835, 1855, 1865, 1885, 1895, 1915, 1925, 1945, 1955
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In August of 2013 Warwick (Darby) Perston gave a presentation on his life growing up in the Wairoa road, Bethlehem region to the Papamoa Branch of the NZSG. The following
2013, 1925, 1935, 1935, 1945
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Memories of events in Tauranga City during the life of Alys Ingrid. Abbreviated for the Bay Sun.
2012
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The mosaics in Greerton Village were created by artist Liz Roris in 2002 as part of the reconstruction of Greerton Village. Each panel tells a story. The information in this
2011
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A sign beside the road to Rotorua, about four kilometres from the Barkes Corner roundabout at Tauranga, marks the entrance to the Te Ranga Battle Site on Pyes Pa Road.
2014
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In April 2006 the new Village Green was opened at Greerton.
2011
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Construction of the Greerton Village Green, including a Band Rotunda, took place in 2005. The following year a canopy was added to the Band Rotunda which was removed in 2015
2011
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The Research Collections room's (Nga Wahi Rangahau) has digitised over 8000 images from it's photographic collection . These images are increasingly available through Taurnaga Memories.
2013
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In 2009 the Tauranga RSA unveiled a new cenotaph at their new premises in Greerton. A water feature is at the centre of the memorial, which features the old roll
2012
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Otumoetai Primary School was a significant central point for all local families. It's History is of Prime Importance.
2016
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Early in 2012, Tauranga City Libraries commissioned a mural for its children’s Maori section from local artist and illustrator Debbie Tipuna. Photos: Debbie McCauley.
2012
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Tauranga's Fifteenth Avenue is the site of two rows of totara trees which stand as a memorial to 41 former Tauranga District High School students killed during World War II
2014
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This article on the history of Te Puke's Jubilee Park / Jamieson Oval is by local historian and author, Christine Clement.
2012
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This article on the history of the Te Puke Hotel was written by local historian and author, Christine Clement.
2012
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This article by local historian and author, Christine Clement, appeared in the 'Focus Te Puke News Update' on 15 January 2010. It details the history of Te Puke's Capitol Cinema.
2012
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The Cowshed is the iconic building of the Tauranga Waldorf School, being the only building on the property when it was purchased in 1989.
2012
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This article on how Colin McCahon left his mark on Te Puke was written by local historian and author, Christine Clement.
2012
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There are many historic places in Tauranga, and a few historic buildings that have survived the drive for progress.  One such place is the 1847 Georgian-style Elms Historic House standing
2016
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Children and Teen's team leader Michelle Anderson wrote this article about ways to improve a library's children and teenager's area. It was published in 'Library Life - Te Rau Ora',
2012