Monthly Archives: March 2011

Auckland heritage tram rediscovered – former Onehunga tram car 53 found at Thames disguised as a bach!

Yesterday on this site I picked up a request from Martin and Lynn Plom who having just bought a bach at Thames discovered that it was an old tram: Their request to this site is repeated here: We have just … Continue reading

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Letter from Paris

Hello Mr Lee, My name is Jasper Middleton, I am a graduate architect from Auckland, currently living in Paris. I keep a very watchful eye on Auckland’s progress, as I’m a fervent supporter of high-quality, higher-density urban living around a … Continue reading

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Tribute to a great New Zealander – farewell Prof John Morton

There was a very large turn-out of mourners for the funeral of Professor John Morton at Saint Mary’s Anglican Church in Parnell last Friday. The size of the crowd reflected the stature of the man and the enormously high regard in which … Continue reading

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