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Old public trust building, Wellington

Completed in 1908, the old Public Trust Building in Lambton Quay, Wellington is the only surviving building made of a true New Zealand granite – from Tonga Bay in north-west Nelson.

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Wellington cenotaph

The Wellington cenotaph, also known as the Wellington Citizens’ War Memorial, is a war memorial. Commemorating the New Zealand dead of World War I, and World War II. 205 more words

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Dominion Farmers Building

The Dominion Farmers Building on Featherston Street was built in 1917 and gave the farming lobby a presence in Wellington. It included a farmers club and a hotel. 11 more words

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Wellington NZ

Sir Basil Spence, a British architect, designed a concept for the Beehive during a visit to Wellington in 1964. In his concept, rooms and offices radiated from a central core. 100 more words

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Zooland #2 :Abel Jantzoon Texelman

Abel Texelman is officially recognised as the first European to ‘discover’ Zooland in 1642. His crew were the first Europeans to have a confirmed encounter with the natives of Zooland. 271 more words

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The Lies of Robert Green & The Hollie Greig Hoax

The Lies of Robert Green & The Hollie Greig Hoax:

This site was first posted on on 22-Oct-2012 and material from the original
http://StolenKids-HollieGreig.blogspot.com were imported upto 03-Mar-2010. 2,795 more words

Zooland #1: Capt. Cooker RN

In October1769 James Cooker landed in Zooland, and began the second wave of colonization.

Zooland is a series of works that playfully tells the other colonization story of the south Pacific; the intentional and accidental introduction of domestic and pest species.

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