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WW1 Harold Gordon Allen killed at Gallipoli

Harold Gordon Allen was born on 29 July 1893 in Liverpool, England to George and Lucy Allen.

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Heritage Walks

Download the brochure and take the Remuera Heritage Walk from St Aidan's Church to Mount Hobson along Remuera Road.

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WW1 Tragedy Of A Remuera Family – Harold John Stilton

Harold was the youngest son of John and Fanny Stilton of Remuera, born in 1892.

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100 Years Of Pharmacy In Remuera

Remuera has become one of Auckland’s’ premium suburban shopping precincts.

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Violent Explosion in Remuera Chemist Shop

There was a violent explosion in the Remuera shops on the 9th January 1938.

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Stop Thief! Remuera Bank Shooting

In 1931 there was an attempted robbery at the Bank of New Zealand in Remuera Road where the assailant walked...

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2013 Visit to Diocesan School for Girls

Evan Lewis, Archivist at Diocesan School for Girls led Remuera Heritage through a very interesting visit to the new school archive, the original 1860s School House.

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John Dixon Antiques — History and Antiques Roadshow

Mary and David Dixon from John Dixon Antiques, 488 Remuera Road, joined with Terry Sutcliffe and members of Remuera Heritage for an evening of talking about everyone’s treasures.

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2013 Visit To Baradene College

On the 7th July we visited Baradene College, 237 Victoria Avenue, and met with Sarah Padey, Archivist.

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New Zealand’s Connection with the Titanic

Officially, there were no New Zealanders on the RMS Titanic the night it struck an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean on April 14th 1912.

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2011 Auckland Heritage Festival — Trams In Remuera By Terry Sutcliffe

Terry Sutcliffe, president of Remuera Heritage, presented an evening of nostalgia with film footage of trams around Auckland.

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Remuera Sports Quiz 2011

Remuera has long been well known for its many sporting activities and sports people from the 19th century to date - take the quiz!

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Street Names Of Remuera

Street names of Remuera.

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Saint Walked The Streets Of Remuera

On 17 October 2010, the Catholic Church recognised Mary MacKillop as a Saint.

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Thomas Cheeseman

On the evening of 22nd September Dr. Brian Gill, a curator at Auckland Museum, gave a talk...

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Remuera Rotary Historical Essay Competition

The Remuera Rotary Historical Essay Competition was held to celebrate the centenary of Rotary International on 23 February 2005.

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