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Lee Switzer captured the following images of Mauao and environs.
2014
Genealogy Record
The Brownlie family emigrated to New Zealand aboard the 'Mary Shepard' in 1864 and came to live in Tauranga. Elizabeth carried vivid memories of the New Zealand Wars time period
2014
Genealogy Record
John Angus Clark was brought to New Zealand by grandparents after the sinking of his Father's ship 'Helen' on Pitt Island in the Chattams 28 July 1857. The information in
2014
Genealogy Record
In October 2013 the 6th Battalion (Hauraki) Regimental Association Committee was successful in obtaining the medal of Major A. J. Mirrielees during a Wellington auction at a cost of $850.
2014
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In this article local historian Christine Clements examines Tauranga's link to Richard III of England, the last Plantagenet King.
2014
Genealogy Record
Wilhelmina Miller was aged 7 she arrived in New Zealand aboard the Orari in 1876. She married James Anderson Miller in 1885 and they had 14 children together. Wilhelmina was
2014
Person
Emily Charlotte Sophia Surtees (nee Stewart) was the eldest child of George Vesey and Margaret Stewart. She was born in 1857, possibly at Lisbeg House, County Tyrone, Ireland. Emily was
2012, 1894, 1904
Genealogy Record
Colin McNaughton was a councillor in Tauranga.
2014
Person
Alf was born in November 1917, he came to Tauranga as an infant from Whakatane and like his father before him, became a well know photographer in the region.
2012, 1935, 1945, 1945, 1955
Genealogy Record
Karla Michele McCauley was a past student of Tauranga Girls' College. She died in 1997 at the age of 21. This article is written by Karla's older sister, Debbie McCauley.
2014
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Belfast Bakery was established by John Maxwell in Tauranga, 1870 and eventually taken over by his son George Maxwell in the early 1900s.
2014
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Hopukiore (Mount Drury) is rich in history with it's Māori burial caves and terraces providing evidence of historic Māori occupation. In 1842 and 1843 colonial troops (the 80th Regiment) were
2014
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This article describing the opening of the B.N.Z branch in Tauranga appeared in the December 1964 B.N.Z Staff Magazine (Vol 6, No. 5). Laurie Sanders remembers joining the branch on
2014
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This article was written by local historian Christine Clement in 2014 for the centenary of Tauranga Hospital which opened 100 years earlier on 5 March 1914.
2014
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At this pā on the lower Wairoa River, Henare Taratoa and other chiefs drew up the Code of Conduct for the Battle of Gate Pa, in which Māori promised to
2014
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Looking strange? see an archived version here The peninsula on which the town of Tauranga was established was originally known as Te Papa, and so the military camp was referred
2014
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The Papamoa Regional Park comprises seven pa sites.
2014
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Looking strange? see an archived version here Mauao stands at the entrance to Te Awanui Harbour. It was here that Tamatea Arikinui, captain of the Takitimu waka, landed c. 1350
2014
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  Looking strange? see an archived version here The local tribes of Tauranga Moana know this place as “Te Pari Taha o Te Awanui”, which was the original name for
2014
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Looking strange? see an archived version here Te Awanui is the original name of the Tauranga Harbour. It means “big river”. The harbor is actually a large tidal estuary separated
2014