Sidney Wallingford was born in 1898 in Kent, England, but moved with his family to NZ when he was 13. However, no sooner had he’d finished school at..
Doug and Audrey Mill beside their De Havilland Moth G-NZAT.F. D. Mill Collection, FDM-0915-P. Auckland Libraries Heritage Collections.The grand colonial Georgian building known as ..
Left to right: Squadron Leader Leonard Henry Trent (awarded the Victoria Cross), Mr WJ Jordan and Air Commodore Arthur de Terrotte Nevill in front of a No. 487 Squadron Ventura at ..
Maurice ‘Buck’ Buckley (left), mechanic Bill Harrington and deputy chairman C.H. Hewlett, with Avro 504K biplane owned, 1921. Credit: Alexander Turnbull Library.Maurice ‘Buck..
Stories of the heroes and heroines behind the names of the roads around the Point. Eyton Kay Road is named after Cyril Eyton Kay (RNZAF, DFC, CBE), who was mostly known as ‘Cyrus..
Air Vice Marshall Leonard M. Isitt, representing the Dominion of New Zealand, signs theinstrument of surrender. General Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Allied Commander, stands atthe mi..
Welcome to our series on the history behind some of the road names in Hobsonville Point.Catherine Frances Bryers (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Ruanui) began ..
Welcome to the second in our series on the history behind some of the road and place names in Hobsonville Point.Jack Seabrook Road (joined by Nevill R..
Welcome to the first article in our series on the history behind some of the street and place names in Hobsonville Point. Many are named after distinguished servicemen, but we’re..