Welcome to Kete New Plymouth - Taranaki's online digital archive of current and historical local events, people, places and experiences.

The Kete is a place for people to share and discover stories, images, video and audio relating to life in Taranaki. We invite members of the community to register and contribute their own experiences to our ever-expanding basket of knowledge; ensuring that this information is retained for all New Zealanders, now and in the future. 

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98 Pendarves Street 2017

New Plymouth Buildings

 

  

Cutfield Road 

Taranaki Street Names

 

 Alpha Flourmill Stones

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 Taranaki Roll of Honour

N P Cenotaph

Taranaki War Memorials - WWI and WWII

 

Rowe, Henry

Plymouth Company Settlers

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A permit was granted by the Borough Council to H. Rowe on 4 November 1927 for the construction of house on Section 7 of U, Corner Wallace Place and Cutfield Road - Rowe was the builder, and the estimated construction cost was £700.

A permit was granted by the Borough Council to Mrs Bendall on 1 November 1927 for the construction of house on Section 4, Corner Doralto Road and Govett Avenue - McIntosh and Haylock were the builders, and the estimated construction cost was £800.

A permit was granted by the Borough Council to the New Plymouth Finance Company on 7 October 1927 for the construction of house on Section 154, Newton Street - C. L. Rawlinson was the builder, and the estimated construction cost was £460.

A permit was granted by the Borough Council to Mr Boniface on 26 September 1927 for the construction of a house on Section 152, Newton Street - McIntosh and Haylock were the builders, and the estimated construction cost was £700.

A permit was granted by the Borough Council on 26 September 1927 for the construction of a house on Section 150, Newton Street - McIntosh and Haylock were the builders, and the estimated construction cost was £700.

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