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Community Leader, Social Worker, Director of first and only Pakistani restaurant, Business/Project Manager, Scientist and Community worker
Beate Jones came to Hamilton from Germany in 1986. She describes her first impressions of New Zealand, the differences between Germany and New Zealand, and life in Hamilton.
In 2012 Civic Awards were presented to Robert (Bob) Anderson, Francis Charleton, Bruce Clarke, Lillian Kershaw, Avis Leeson, Vicki Signal, Catherine Smith, Melis Van der Sluis, on 14 December 2012
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with : Freda Ross Accesion no : OH0379, Date : Nov 1997 Interviewed by : Sally Parker as part of the youth culture
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with : Fred Barnes, Accesion no : OH0371, Date : Nov 1997 Interviewed by : Sally Parker as part of the youth culture
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Klara Brycha, Accession no: OH0091, Date: 20 December 1990. Interviewed by Julie Shaw as part of the Taking Root in a new
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Reverend Mose and Safarira Atimalala, Accession no: OH0093, Date: 7 November 1990. Interviewed by Bill Lovell-Smith as part of the Taking root
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Arthur Priest, Accession no: OH0095, Date: 12/17 July 1990. Interviewed by Val Wood as part of the Taking Root in a new
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Lealali I Leilua, Accession no: OH0094, Date: 9 November 1990. Interviewed by Rev. Mose S Atimalala as part of the Taking Root
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Tafao'imalo Simanu, Accession no: OH0096, Date: 16 November 1990. Interviewed by Rev. Mose S Atimalala as part of the Taking Root in
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Mr Pravine Puna, Accession no: OH0097, Date: 15 November 1990. Interviewed by Bill Lovell-Smith as part of the Taking Root in a
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Mrs Liswan Lim, Accession no: OH100, Date: 23 November 1990. Interviewed by Bill Lovell-Smith as part of the Taking root in a
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Gina Lisignoli, Accession no: OH102, Date: 13 September 1990. Interviewed by Maria Brennan as part of the Taking root in a new
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Yoko Tsukiyama, Accession no: OH0081, Date: 31 October 1990. Interviewed by Val Wood as part of the Taking root in a new
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Janet Mason, Accession no: OH0085, Date: 4 June 1990. Interviewed by Richard Campbell as part of the Taking root in a new
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Farideh and Hedi and friends, Accession no: OH0083, Date: 15 November 1990. Interviewed by Bill Lovell-Smith as part of the Taking root
In 2010 Civic Awards were presented to Sayeeda Bano, David Campbell, David Croucher, Christine East, Michael Easther, Gillian Gorrick, Margaret Holroyd, Kathy Moody, Paul Mitchell, Tureiti Moxon, Tom Purcell, Nancy
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Mrs Ola Toimata, Accession no: OH0084, Date: 4 Dec 1990. Interviewed by Bill Lovell-Smith as part of the Taking root in a
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Apollonia (Plonerl) Priest, Accession no: OH0080, Date: 5-27 April 1990. Interviewed by Val Wood as part of the Taking root in a
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Helena Martul, Accession no: OH0082, Date: 1 Aug 1990. Interviewed by Rosemarie Brycki as part of the Taking root in a new
Diana enjoys ballet dancing...
In 2006 Civic Awards were presented to Simon Acarapi, Maurice Boswell, Robin Cuff, Dorothy Jeans, Des Meads, Barbara Redfern, Alwyn Seeley, John Gordon Thorn, Joan M Travaglia, Michael W Tuck,
In 2003 Civic Awards were presented to Mrs Nancy Anderson, Mrs Doreen Bailey, Mr Ross Bedwell, Mr Peter Jack Bishop, Mrs Valerie Dawn Brown, Mr George & Mrs Ere Ford,
In 2009 Civic Awards were presented to Rae Cowie, Ismail Gamadid, Rei Hagan, Mary Hayes, Simon Marriott, Ellaby Martin, Gwen Nichols, Betty Pettigrew, Kees Poortman, Maureen Soanes, Gladys Stephens, William
In 2008 Civic Awards were presented to Brian L. Anderson, Graeme Henry, Paul John Kane, Dudley Lorimer, Seddon Polglase, Murray Savage, Sonja van Vliet, Barry Were, Trilby Joan Williams (Joan),
In 2002 Civic Awards were presented to Mrs Beryl Blewett, Mr David Bowden, Mrs Margaret Cartner, Mr Patrick Gregan, Mr John Guy, Mr Timoti Harris, Mr David Hoskin, Mr Ian
In 2005 Civic Awards were presented to Janet Aldridge, Gerald Bailey, Judy Chandler, Sabrina Ju-lien Chang Cheng, Valerie Emett, Pauline Goudswaard, John Dickson Hunt, Penelope Judson, Tonga Maioha Kelly, David
In 2007 Civic Awards were presented to Eric Byron, William Barry Hopkins, Noeline Jefferies, Donald Lowry, Rosalie McGowan, Cecilie Anne McShane, Beryl Tremayne, Patricia and David Waugh, and Dean Carey
In 2004 Civic Awards were presented to Mr Abdirizak Abdi, Mrs Bev Allen, Mrs Margaret Arthur, Mr John Bailey, Mr Frederick Copeman, Ms Imelda Corby, Mrs Margaret Galloway, Mrs Margaret
In 2001 Civic Awards were presented to Phillip & Joan Battersby, Mrs Jean Beverly, Mrs Florence Blincoe, Mr David Alexander Buick, Mrs Muriel Churchill, Mrs Mabel Edwards, Mr Stephen Hine,
Donald Kwok is a long-time Hamilton resident, a Justice of the Peace, and became a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 2005 New Years' Honours List.
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Anita Lisignoli, Accession no: OH0089, Date: 14 July 1990. Interviewed by Gina Lisignoli as part of the Taking root in a new
David talks about growing up and living in Hamilton, serving the community of Hamilton as MP since 2005
My memories of growing up in Hamilton, New Zealand.
  I went to university in Hawaii where I met my husband, who is a native of Opahi, Bay of Islands, Northland. He had always dreamed of coming back to
Joe Di Maio - Councillor, Hamilton City Council, an Italian immigrant.
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Pha Nich, Accession no: OH0088, Date: 30 July 1990. Interviewed by Robyn Williams as part of the Taking root in a new
Hamilton City Libraries Oral History Programme, Interview with: Rathana Ken, Accession no: OH0086, Date: 24 June 1990. Interviewed by Margaret Smith as part of the Taking Root in a new
Prof Wells PHD, ONZ, was educated at the University of Wales, Geneva, Paris and Auckland. He has a doctorate in French and has taught English, Japanese and linguistics in Australia
Dulcie Paina migrated from the Solomon Islands in 2004, and is part of the executive group for the Solomon Islands community in Hamilton.
The Leong family tree, beginning with Cheong and Wong Leong, and including spouses, currently numbers close to 100 individuals, the youngest born just this year.
Dianne Yates is a long-time Hamilton resident and community leader, and was a New Zealand Member of Parliament from 1993 – 2008.
Longtime Hamilton resident Nancye Corden first came to Hamilton in 1956 as a young married woman with three small children. She has observed many changes in Hamilton and watched the
A grandmother, a Hamilton Community Leader and a JP.
This is my journey in the past 13 years in Hamilton, New Zealand
A few memories of growing up in Hamilton 1960s - 1982
Welcome to this page and thank you for visiting. Here I intend to put down some brief notes of my experience of life in Hamilton.
I came to New Zealand in 1997 from Iraq via a United Nations camp in Saudi Arabia. It was a long and painful journey, but I did not give up
Memories of Hamilton is a unique Kete cherishing the history of  Hamilton, New Zealand through the stories of  its unique people. It is trying to capture that  part of our