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  This short cul-de-sac, located in the Waiwhakaiho valley, was first surveyed in 1922. The twelve residential sections were part of a development proposed by the owner of the land,
    Leatham Avenue might well celebrate Taranaki's first boy racer. Dr Henry Blackburn Leatham owned the first car in New Plymouth and was blamed for cutting up the town's
  The Masonic is the only original hotel in Waitara. Built in 1881, the first owner was James Holmes. The building was extensively modernised in the 1950s. Wayne and Lorraine Young bought
This building at 435 Devon Street East has recently undergone a major refurbishment by the engineering company ITL (International Technology Limited). It was originally built as a private residence. A building permit was
The land on which St. Chad's stands in Omata Road, Westown,  was purchased from Mr. E. Marfell in 1922. One acre 35.9 perches was transferred to St.Mary's Parochial Trust Board