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This church on the corner of Liardet and Courtenay Streets is one of New Plymouth's most significant landmarks. It was built on the same site as the original Whiteley Church, which was
  This building was constructed in 1964 for Taranaki Brewery Ltd. (later bought out by Dominion Breweries) as the Hotel Tasman.  The architect was Edward Borrell and the structural engineers, Brodie and Thomson. The contactors were the
  This two-storey building, located on the corner of Robe and Vivian Streets, was built in 1899 as the vicarage for St Mary's Church. Prior to this, the old vicarage, located on
  Pembroke St in Patea shares its name with a street in New Plymouth and with Pembroke Rd in Stratford. The street in New Plymouth dates from 1958. City councillor
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