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  Last century the Hughson family was well known in Taranaki business circles. It owned several stores around the province, trading in a variety of goods and services. In 1919,
  From 1911 until his retirement in 1938, George Clark Clouston was Opunake's highly-regarded police constable. For much of that time, he was the only officer in town. People respected
  In more recent times, new streets in Opunake have been given names that acknowledge prominent people in the town’s history. Hickey Place is an example. It was named after
  This portion of the old State Highway 3 was renamed when the Kent Road – Waiwhakaiho realignment project bypassed it in 2003. The road was named for one of
Dowding Place in Waitara commemorates Corporal Leonard Rex Dowding, the first Waitara soldier killed in action during the Second World War. Born at Waitara on 30th April 1918, Leonard Rex