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Robe Street Park, New Plymouth
  Around the beginning of the nineteenth century,  Ngatata-i-te-rangi of Te Ati Awa and Whetowheto of Ngati Ruanui had a son at Pukeariki who they named Wiremu Tako Ngatata. Better
  Before Puni St was developed, the area was part of a comprehensive sports ground. Sydney Augustus Berkeley Capel was a landowner in the Fitzroy area in the late 19th
  This two-storey concrete building, built in 1913, replaced a more modest wooden structure, John Veale's grocery shop. A building permit was isssued to Mr.A.Veale on 30 May, 1913 for commercial premises
  It is likely part of this building dates back to 1905 when the original premises were constructed for Max Butcher, a blacksmith and coachbuilder. Plans were deposited with the Borough Council