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“I want to thank you again for all your help in making it possible for me to be able to follow my husband’s wish and have him close to his Mother and Father in his final rest. Your cemetery is a beautiful spot.”

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New Zealand’s Renaissance Man: Arthur Guyon Purchas

New Zealand’s Renaissance Man: Arthur Guyon Purchas

Doctor, inventor, linguist, musician, clergyman, publisher, architect and legendary surgeon, Arthur Guyon Purchas was New Zealand's Renaissance Man. This year, some 200 family descendants celebrated his life at a reunion in Auckland. Introducing AGP Purchas arrived in...

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Shared Pathway Opens to Purewa’s Beauty

Shared Pathway Opens to Purewa’s Beauty

Purewa has an impressive new neighbour: The 2.65km section 2 of the Glen Innes to Tamaki Drive shared pathway for cyclists, walkers, scooter riders and runners was officially opened last month. Known as Te Ara Ki Uta Ki Tai – the path of land and sea – the joint project of Auckland Transport and Waka Kotahi provides a total of 7.3km to connect Auckland’s eastern suburbs to the city centre. Purewa Cemetery is one of the many beautiful places along the path.

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