Articles in ‘History’


Kohekohe Church, Awhitu

Historic Churches (Part I)

“Gangsters Stole My Land!”

The Allan Titford Story (Part IV)

The Hundred-Year Journey Home

Diary of WWI soldier Sgt. James Stanton reunited with family

Ye Olde Cannon

Unearthing Treasures (Part II)

“Gangsters Stole My Land!”

The Allan Titford Story (Part III)

Honouring One of the Best-Loved American Presidents

John F. Kennedy

1903 Josef Falk Toy Steam Engine

Unearthing Treasures (Part I)

“Gangsters Stole My Land!”

The Allan Titford Story (Part II)

“Gangsters Stole My Land!”

The Allan Titford Story (Part I)

‘Death by Ambulance’

The tragic demise of Princess Diana

A Silent and Deadly Killer

1918 Influenza Pandemic

One Woman’s Battle for Recognition of Ngāti Hotu

DNA to Rock the Nation (Part I)

Where No Man Has Gone Before

Captain James Cook (Part I)

My Father Served His Queen Throughout the Boer War 1899–1902

A son remembers

“My Dad Fought in the 1914–1918 War”

In France with the A.I.F.

Memorial of a Soldier

Lest we forget

100 Years Young, 66 Years of Marriage

Some call Yvonne and Gus Winckel lucky; we say it’s fate

Franklin at War

Defending the homeland

Working at the ‘Dehy’

The working of feeding the troops

Kepa Kepa of the Maori Battalion

Maori Battalion marching still to glory


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