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Dannevirke Fantasy Cave

Middleton Model Railway

New Zealand National Wildlife Centre Pukaha Mount Bruce

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  1. mrs p hodges permalink

    I am researching my g.grandfather, Thomas Baker Insoll who bought a farm called”Trelawney” in about 1902. He only had a few years. His wife,Mary Elizabeth(Redfern) is buried at Dannivirke. My interest is to find out where the farm was,and if possable an areal map. He shows up as having ownership of about 1300plus sheep. I would be most grateful of any info covering this period. Your sincerely.P Hodges

    • Hi there
      Your best bet would be to contact the Archivist at Tararua District Council. Joy would be able to look at old rates documents etc to find this out for you.

  2. You could put my movie blog on here:

    Thanks 🙂

    • Hi Stevee, I have added your link to the library blog. 🙂

  3. You might like to add our Norsewood Promotions blog to the local blogs.

    Stevee’s blog is great, by the way!

  4. Hi Judith

    If you scroll right down, it’s at the bottom on the right under Tararua Site.

    Natalie Raynel
    Technical Services Librarian

     1 Station Street
     Dannevirke 4930
    Phone: +64 6 374 4255
    Fax: +64 6 374 4259

  5. Joy McNiel permalink

    Tararua Library has purchased 2 copies of the novel I have written:’The Boy in my Garden’. Please read it as I’d love to hear your feedback! Cheers Joy McNiel Eketahuna

  6. Justin Taurua-Whiting permalink


    I would like dearly to know how to submit a poem to your Poetry Competition

    • Hi Justin
      Thanks for your message.
      Unfortunately, entries closed at 3pm. Hold on to that poem for next year!

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