Neil Burden’s legacy - Caring for the Cape (Part 2 of 2)
Next generation takes over at Burdens Camp and gannets business; bulldozers replace pick axes to clear the Cape, a love of classic...
Neil Burden’s legacy - Caring for the Cape (Part 1 of 2)
Neil Burden has been committed to the health and safety of locals and the local environment for decades, and still at 86-years retains...
Whaling era bones recovered
Dozens of whale bones discovered at Rangaika on the southern side of Cape Kidnappers (Te Matau-a-Maui) in the mid-1980s
Tiromoana terrain: Tough land to tame
It was a harsh and difficult section of land to farm with several changes over the next two decades as different parties either leased or ow
Memories from Springfield Road Bradshaws from the 1920s
Albert Bradshaw decided to move from Whakatu to Haumoana in the late 1920s after their doctor advised it would be best for the health of his
Long life on Cape Coast A vitalised atmosphere
Fred Butcher and his wife Mabel (nee Sommerville) were told by Dr Reeves in Havelock North that because of the weakness in their infant son