Wanganui


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Wanganui

(ˌwɒŋəˈnuːɪ)
n
(Placename) a port in New Zealand, on SW North Island: centre for a dairy-farming and sheep-rearing district. Pop: 43 600 (2004 est)
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The farm labourer was born in Radford Bank, Stafford, on April 12, 1896, and his last employer is listed as D Ross of Brunswick, Wanganui, New Zealand.
In lieu of flowers donations to the Hospice Wanganui would be much appreciated and may be sent to PO Box 4284 Wanganui.
The Otunui ('the vessel') was a river vessel which provided passenger and freight services on the Wanganui River.
When Manu Austin decided she was going to retire at the end of September this year (2015) after 48 years in nursing, the staff at Belverdale Hospital in Wanganui thought it would be a great idea to celebrate her career and achievements.
It also expanded to Wanganui in 2004 and Hawke's Bay in 2009.
He was born in Gisborne, made his first-class rugby debut for Hawke's Bay in 1944 before moving to Wanganui as a dental technician, playing 46 games for Wanganui between 1946 and 1950.
During his world tour in 2005, he played glorious gigs in Seattle, Sydney, Adelaide, Wellington, Auckland and Wanganui, finishing at Brian Damage's magnificent Pear Shaped Comedy Club in London.
Sydney, Australia, Mar 21, 2013 - (ABN Newswire) - Strategic Elements Ltd (ASX:SOR) is very pleased to confirm the existence of intrusion related gold at the West Wanganui project on the South Island of New Zealand.
Wanganui District Council, the local government for an urban centre with rural surroundings and 43,000 residents on the North Island of New Zealand, is using CommVault[R] Simpana[R] 9 software to protect vital public records, provide employees with uninterrupted access to critical operational data and ensure compliance with New Zealand's Public Records Act.