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...
Haddington Estate: Heritage of highland hills
From the highlands of Scotland to the plains of Te Awanga, New Zealand - the story of the Haddington Estate
Marina, theme park opposed
Proposals to turn the Cape Coast into a tourist Mecca; redesigning Te Awanga around a diverted Maraetotara river and a gannet theme park...
Cape Coast ecological diversity
The Cape Coast is home to many varieties of nesting and migrating birds that settle in the wetlands and lagoons and the gravelly bushed area
Shaken & Stirred - locals recall 1931 earthquake
“The noise and clouds of dust rising from the cliffs was apocalyptic. His father held onto him as they swayed drunkenly as if on a boat. Tre
Colin Trevelyan - Cameras, cars and a hovercraft
Former Te Awanga resident Colin Trevelyan, a collector of old cars and cameras, once owned the Living Image Vintage Camera Museum and a comm
Derek van Asch Innovator and Benefactor
Derek van Asch was a local legend; a do it yourself, number 8 wire inventor, founding member of the Haumoana fire brigade, pioneering pea cr
Wilton Farm, Te Awanga - Glenny Family Legacy
George and Catherine Glenny from Old Croft, Carlisle, Scotland acquired a 716 acre (290 ha) sheep farm on the slopes of Te Awanga in 1927, n
Passionate British Car Museum founder passes
His passion for Morris Minors, initially handed down from family members, turned into a classic collection of British cars that soon outgrew