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WW1 Thomas Ivan Prosser 13/597

Ivan Prosser was the elder son of Captain Thomas Harries and Laura Prosser.

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WW1 Revel Edwin Kelly 2/2171

Revel Kelly, son of Edwin Harold and Margaret Kelly, was born on 17 January 1895.

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WW1 Armistice Day

11th November 2018 St Aidan's Church

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Remuera Heritage Cabinets

Remuera Heritage is fortunate to have two cabinets in the Remuera Library.

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The Gallows

The Blue Stars ran the Gallows music venue on Remuera Rd next to the fire station in 1966.

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John Massy Stacpoole 1919 – 2018

Remuera Heritage was very sad to hear of the death of John Stacpoole on September 5th 2018.

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WW1 Frederick George Holland (57847)

Frederick was born on 4th September 1891, the younger son of John and Emily Holland.

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Win with Words 2018 Heritage Story Winners

The Win With Words writing competition final was held at Remuera Library on 29 August 2018.

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Auckland Heritage Festival 2018 Fruits of Our Labours in Remuera

Ruth Lam, co-author of the Fruits of our Labours, gives a fascinating talk about the Chinese fruiterers in Remuera.

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WW1 Remuera Families With More Than One Son Killed in WW1

There were several Remuera families with more than one son killed in WW1.

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Oral History Project

Remuera Heritage has completed the first stage of the oral history project.

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How Much Will Aucklanders Pay to Live Close to a Heritage Area?

Recent research by Auckland Council has revealed Aucklanders are prepared to pay more for a house close to a scheduled heritage place and within a special character area.

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WW1 Sister Barbara Sibyl Greig

Barbara Sibyl Greig, sister of Elsie Stewart Greig (1886-1966) and Roysie Alma Greig (1891–1969).

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WW1 Sister Elsie Stewart Greig RRC

Elsie was born on 10 April 1886 to Barbara Mary Stewart and James Dickson Greig.

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Trinity Methodist Theological College transformation to Church of Scientology

Remuera Heritage and Parnell Heritage had a joint visit to 136 Grafton Road to learn about the history, heritage restoration and recent work done to the building.

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Dunholme

Dunholme was built in the 1870s by Auckland businessman Samuel Morrin on the corner of Remuera Road and what is now Ridings Road.

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History of the Remuera Shops 1911 to 2016

Here you can find out about the history of some of the Remuera shops as a Story Map. 

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Ellerslie Racecourse Makeover

Ellerslie racecourse has demolished the old totalisator building, retaining only the "totaliser machine" and dividends board inside. 

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Dr Grace de Courcy LRCP LRCS Edinburgh, MD (with Distinction) Brussels

Grace de Courcy of Remuera was amongst the first New Zealand women to qualify as a doctor.

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Skelton’s Buildings

Skelton's Building 339-345 Remuera Rd was built in 1928 for Robert Skelton.

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Remuera Heritage Annual General Meeting 2018

4 May 2018 at 6:30pm  Remuera Library

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WW1 Frederick Charles Spratt

Frederick Charles Spratt was part of the 2nd New Zealand Cyclists Corps.

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WW1 Edward Newton Matthews 10081

Edward Newton Matthews was born 6 March 1896 in Auckland, the eldest son of Ellen and Newton Matthews.

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