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Kia ora tātau, As a kid growing up in Rotorua in the 1970s and 1980s, Majestic Theatre was my favourite place to go in the whole town. So many good
Kia ora tātau, As a kid growing up in Rotorua in the 1970s and 1980s, Majestic Theatre was my favourite place to go in the whole town. So many good
Kia ora tātau, As a kid growing up in Rotorua in the 1970s and 1980s, Majestic Theatre was my favourite place to go in the whole town. So many good
Kia ora tātau, As a kid growing up in Rotorua in the 1970s and 1980s, Majestic Theatre was my favourite place to go in the whole town. So many good
The only information we have is in the Rotorua newspapers from that time. All Rotorua papers are available to view at the Library
Hi, How would I find out more information about Cafe de Paris?  I'm particularly keen on ownership information and any photographs or memorabilia of some kind.  Would really appreciate some
Why do you not mention the fact that they closed their shop unexpectedly and skipped the country? When they did a “runner” my family had just arrived in Rotorua from
This write-up is full of grammatical errors, spelling mistakes and inaccurate data. It is not plausible.
Kia ora, Does anyone know the name of the store owner? Was his son Jack Whitely? Where did the Whitely family come from?    H
by rhelmtai
Mrs Carlsen was also appointed representative of the world prime body ---The World Irish Wool Board ;such was her expertise.You can see web pages of top fashions by typing in
Mrs Carlsen had given a lot by way of fashion , training in fashion and business, social good such as fashion parades to packed audiences (some of which included the
Do u have a photo of Willy Bow fruiter
Do u have a photo of Willy Bow fruiter
i Rember this well lived in Rotorua from the age of three till  i was about 45 first lived at 63 Henimoa street beside the daly post building them lived
The fruit and vegetable shop known as Willy Bow Fruiterer was the shop formerly known as Yea On & Co. and was run by Harry Kai Fong and his family. the
Was Willy Bow's on Tutanekai Street, where Xtreme t-shirts shop is now, part of the same family businesses as Kai Fong's?