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This structure is still good as new. The construction team who worked on the structure did a really great job, the cladding is very tight and sturdy. Anyways, I wonder
One of my dream places to be. These massive trees grow live thousands of years. They sure witnessed great history while still living today. I wonder what kind of animals
At http://rotorua.kete.net.nz/rotorua_transport/images/show/2987-rotorua-motor-transport-co-ltd-c1916, could the date be rather later than 1916,as https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/BOPT19200909.2.4 said in 1920 that, "The "Rotorua Chronicle" says the business of the R.M. Co. and the Hot Lakes Transport
At http://rotorua.kete.net.nz/rotorua_transport/images/show/2987-rotorua-motor-transport-co-ltd-c1916, could the date be rather later than 1916, as https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/BOPT19200909.2.4 said in 1920 that, "The "Rotorua Chronicle" says the business of the R.M. Co. and the Hot Lakes
At http://rotorua.kete.net.nz/rotorua_transport/images/show/2987-rotorua-motor-transport-co-ltd-c1916, could the date be rather later than 1916,as https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/BOPT19200909.2.4 said in 1920 that, "The "Rotorua Chronicle" says the business of the R.M. Co. and the Hot Lakes Transport
Love your page and how you have sey this system into place for whanau to enjoy, and commenting who we are. I am of Tutanekai and Hinemoa Decendants a linege
Excerpt from the Daily Post "Keith Calder" was quoted as having been there for 55 years. Perhaps that's who you remember  Alison
Excerpt from the Daily Post "Keith Calder" was quoted as having been there for 55 years. Perhaps that's who you remember  Alison
On 21st  April 1934, Jean  Batten took off from Marsailles, France & flew into a rain storm on her way to Rome. Owing to headwinds she did not arrive over
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.
In the 1940s as a family we lived sometimes in an army tent transit camp, top end of Ranolf Street. This camp backed onto the present day golf course. My
Mary Ellen loved sailing with her Dad, they had shared ownership of a small yacht. Mary Ellen was one to admire for her steadfast kindness to all. Awful - her