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Sarten Street in Waitara was named after the first colonial soldier to be killed in the New Zealand Wars. John Edmund Sarten was just 22 when he joined the Mounted
This Catholic church was located on Brooklands Road, adjacent to St. Pius School. The property on which the church and the school stand was bought by the Wellington Diocese in
In 1957 it was decided that New Plymouth needed a new police station. It was to be a reinforced concrete building built at a cost of £75,000  - a standard design being
  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
  John Gildroy Grant was born in Hawera in 1889. His parents, Jane and George were both Scottish immigrants who met and married in Hawera. They had nine children -