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  In 1996, the New Zealand Geographic published an article exploring the most common and the more unusual street names in the country. High Street was one of the most
  Union Street in Merrilands was a very practical name. According to The Taranaki Daily News in September 1951, it was called that for no other reason than it was
  The purchase of 9778 acres, known as the Grey Block, in 1848 for £380 was greeted with delight by European settlers desperate for more land. Mangorei Rd was one
Kapu Grove in the New Plymouth suburb of Whalers Gate is a double cul-de-sac and originally two names were chosen to reflect this – Kapu Place and Tarata Grove. The
  In the 1840s the Wesleyan Missionary Society purchased land at Ngamotu. Today we know the area as the 'Whiteley Leases'. The eastern boundary was formed by a road subsequently