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Contains copy of a diary transcription by John Martyn on the voyage from Plymouth to Auckland on the `Joseph Fletcher' covering the period 29 Nov 1857 to 19 March 1858.
Mayors were elected annually from 1882 until 1915 when a two-year term was approved, and this continued until 1935 when the present system of three year elections was instituted (Tauranga
As published in the Bay of Plenty Times July to September 1880 (to download click the word "download" below)
Local photographer Alf Rendell in the 1950s, commissioned a souvenir booklet featuring coloured paintings of his photographs. Included was a glowing description of the region typical of the era (see
An eBook in ePub format created from a series of articles written by Jinty Rorke in 1994 and 1995. An introduction to the author is included, written by Debbie McCauley.
A souvenir book produced in 1998 by the then Tauranga District Council with Compass Community Trust. Compiled from original research by Russell Standish (1992) "Swampland to Historic Village" available in
Chapter 25 of "The Little Fellow" by Edward G Williams. This contains a detailed account of the day the launch Ranui was wrecked at Tauranga in 1950. ePub version suitable
In 2014, Sue Dixon gave to Tauranga City Libraries her 30 page history of the four family properties on Ocean View Road, Mount Maunganui. these properties were numbers 28, 30,
The 2008 Central Tauranga Heritage study prepared for Tauranga City Council Environment Bay of Plenty by Matthews & Matthews Architects Ltd in association with Jinty Rorke, Jennie Gainsford, Lisa Truttman
Overview of disaster to 3 December 2011 from www.cargolaw.com, insurance attorneys in maritime, trade & transportation practice.