Gore, New Zealand

What is Gore, New Zealand known for?


wide numerous

Coast, New Zealand West Coast . The main streets of Invercargill: Dee (SH 6) and Tay (SH 1) measure over 40 metres wide. Numerous roads in the city are dual-carriageway but there are no expressways motorways proposed for the city. Money was an early supporter of New Zealand's arts, both literary and visual. He was a noted friend and supporter of author Janet Frame. In 2002, as his Parkinson's disease worsened, Money donated a substantial portion of his art collection to the Eastern Southland Art Gallery in Gore, New Zealand. Brewington, Kelly (July 9, 2006). Dr. John Money 1921-2006: Hopkins pioneer in gender identity. ''Baltimore Sun'' In 2003 the New Zealand Prime Minister, Helen Clark, opened the John Money wing at the Eastern Southland Gallery. http: www.scoop.co.nz stories PA0312 S00341.htm thumb right 250px Raes Junction Hotel. (Image:RaesJunctionNZ.jpg) Raes Junction is 62 kilometres by road from Milton (Milton, New Zealand), 67 from Gore (Gore, New Zealand), and 72 km from Alexandra (Alexandra, New Zealand). The junction lies three kilometres to the south of the Clutha River. The nearest town of any significant size is Lawrence (Lawrence, New Zealand), which is 25 kilometres to the southeast. birth_date '''Clinton''' is a small town in South Otago, in New Zealand's South Island. It is located on State Highway 1 (State Highway 1 (New Zealand)) approximately half way between Balclutha (Balclutha, New Zealand) and Gore (Gore, New Zealand) (the section of State Highway 1 between Clinton and Gore is known as "The Presidential Highway", after Bill Clinton and Al Gore), and the Main South Line railway passes through the town. Description Clutha-Southland was promulgated as one of the original 65 MMP electorates, centered on Southland (Southland District) district and covering an area stretching from Fiordland across the far south of the South Island to the south Otago coast. Its largest population centres are Gore (Gore, New Zealand) and Balclutha (Balclutha, New Zealand). In 2008 (New Zealand general election, 2008), the seat of Otago (Otago (New Zealand electorate)) was abolished and split between the Waitaki and Clutha-Southland electorates, and parts of Central Otago, primarily around Arrowtown, Queenstown (Queenstown, New Zealand) and Roxburgh were also transferred to Clutha-Southland. Following a question at the Gore, New Zealand talk page (Talk:Gore, New Zealand), I've been helping to track down which church in East Gore is one of the two remaining wooden gothic churches designed by Robert Lawson (Robert Lawson (architect)). Now that we have confirmed that it is the old East Gore Presbyterian Church, I was wondering if there was a Kiwipedian anywhere near Gore with some ability with a camera who could take a photograph of it for the Gore, New Zealand and Robert Lawson articles? Blarneytherinosaur (User:Blarneytherinosaur) 07:58, 31 March 2006 (UTC).


amp power

Due to a “drift north” between 1996 to 2001, Southland’s population declined by 6.3% though this has since dropped to 0.1% as of 2006. Invercargill, the region’s main centre and seat of local government, makes up half of Southland’s population with a population of 52,000. Six other centres have populations over 1,000: Gore (Gore, New Zealand), Mataura, Winton (Winton, New Zealand), Riverton (Riverton, New Zealand), Bluff (Bluff, New Zealand) and Te Anau.


main school

schools. The two secondary schools in Gore are: *Gore High School (the largest school in Gore) *St Peter's College (St Peter's College, Gore) (catholic school) The only intermediate school in Gore is *Longford Intermediate There are four primary schools in Gore: *West Gore School (the biggest primary school) *Gore Main School *East Gore School *St Marys School. There are also another 6 primary schools in the Gore District *Knapdale School *Mataura School *Otama School *Pukerau School


history online

NZHoOrigins New Zealand History online: Origins of the war - First World War overview '''Clinton''' is a small town in South Otago, in New Zealand's South Island. It is located on State Highway 1 (State Highway 1 (New Zealand)) approximately half way between Balclutha (Balclutha, New Zealand) and Gore (Gore, New Zealand) (the section of State Highway 1 between Clinton and Gore is known as "The Presidential Highway", after Bill Clinton and Al Gore), and the Main South Line railway passes through the town. Description Clutha-Southland was promulgated as one of the original 65 MMP electorates, centered on Southland (Southland District) district and covering an area stretching from Fiordland across the far south of the South Island to the south Otago coast. Its largest population centres are Gore (Gore, New Zealand) and Balclutha (Balclutha, New Zealand). In 2008 (New Zealand general election, 2008), the seat of Otago (Otago (New Zealand electorate)) was abolished and split between the Waitaki and Clutha-Southland electorates, and parts of Central Otago, primarily around Arrowtown, Queenstown (Queenstown, New Zealand) and Roxburgh were also transferred to Clutha-Southland. Following a question at the Gore, New Zealand talk page (Talk:Gore, New Zealand), I've been helping to track down which church in East Gore is one of the two remaining wooden gothic churches designed by Robert Lawson (Robert Lawson (architect)). Now that we have confirmed that it is the old East Gore Presbyterian Church, I was wondering if there was a Kiwipedian anywhere near Gore with some ability with a camera who could take a photograph of it for the Gore, New Zealand and Robert Lawson articles? Blarneytherinosaur (User:Blarneytherinosaur) 07:58, 31 March 2006 (UTC).


largest school

'''Clinton''' is a small town in South Otago, in New Zealand's South Island. It is located on State Highway 1 (State Highway 1 (New Zealand)) approximately half way between Balclutha (Balclutha, New Zealand) and Gore (Gore, New Zealand) (the section of State Highway 1 between Clinton and Gore is known as "The Presidential Highway", after Bill Clinton and Al Gore), and the Main South Line railway passes through the town. Description Clutha-Southland was promulgated as one of the original 65 MMP electorates, centered on Southland (Southland District) district and covering an area stretching from Fiordland across the far south of the South Island to the south Otago coast. Its largest population centres are Gore (Gore, New Zealand) and Balclutha (Balclutha, New Zealand). In 2008 (New Zealand general election, 2008), the seat of Otago (Otago (New Zealand electorate)) was abolished and split between the Waitaki and Clutha-Southland electorates, and parts of Central Otago, primarily around Arrowtown, Queenstown (Queenstown, New Zealand) and Roxburgh were also transferred to Clutha-Southland. Following a question at the Gore, New Zealand talk page (Talk:Gore, New Zealand), I've been helping to track down which church in East Gore is one of the two remaining wooden gothic churches designed by Robert Lawson (Robert Lawson (architect)). Now that we have confirmed that it is the old East Gore Presbyterian Church, I was wondering if there was a Kiwipedian anywhere near Gore with some ability with a camera who could take a photograph of it for the Gore, New Zealand and Robert Lawson articles? Blarneytherinosaur (User:Blarneytherinosaur) 07:58, 31 March 2006 (UTC).


quot opening

&d OW19040504.2.92.3&e -------en--1----0Switzers+railway-all "Opening of the New Switzers Railway and Traffic Bridge Over the Mataura River" , ''Otago Witness'' 2616 (4 May 1904): 37. There were local fears that only the initial portion of the line would be built, but in 1905, the Undersecretary for Public Works and the distrinct engineer inspected the proposed route and felt that due to the agricultural land that would be served, it would be a mistake to terminate the line short of Waikaia township. "Riversdale-Switzers Railway: An Official Inspection", ''Otago Witness'' 2664 (5 April 1905): 23. By 1908, the 3.2 kilometres constructed in the 1880s had been fully relaid and beyond this point, construction was swift. The 22 kilometre long line opened on 1 October 1909. http: www.southerndhb.govt.nz Dunedin City (Dunedin), Waitaki District, Central Otago District, Queenstown Lakes District, Clutha District, Invercargill City, Gore District (Gore, New Zealand), Southland District 300,400 '''Gore Airport''' '''Clinton''' is a small town in South Otago, in New Zealand's South Island. It is located on State Highway 1 (State Highway 1 (New Zealand)) approximately half way between Balclutha (Balclutha, New Zealand) and Gore (Gore, New Zealand) (the section of State Highway 1 between Clinton and Gore is known as "The Presidential Highway", after Bill Clinton and Al Gore), and the Main South Line railway passes through the town. Description Clutha-Southland was promulgated as one of the original 65 MMP electorates, centered on Southland (Southland District) district and covering an area stretching from Fiordland across the far south of the South Island to the south Otago coast. Its largest population centres are Gore (Gore, New Zealand) and Balclutha (Balclutha, New Zealand). In 2008 (New Zealand general election, 2008), the seat of Otago (Otago (New Zealand electorate)) was abolished and split between the Waitaki and Clutha-Southland electorates, and parts of Central Otago, primarily around Arrowtown, Queenstown (Queenstown, New Zealand) and Roxburgh were also transferred to Clutha-Southland. Following a question at the Gore, New Zealand talk page (Talk:Gore, New Zealand), I've been helping to track down which church in East Gore is one of the two remaining wooden gothic churches designed by Robert Lawson (Robert Lawson (architect)). Now that we have confirmed that it is the old East Gore Presbyterian Church, I was wondering if there was a Kiwipedian anywhere near Gore with some ability with a camera who could take a photograph of it for the Gore, New Zealand and Robert Lawson articles? Blarneytherinosaur (User:Blarneytherinosaur) 07:58, 31 March 2006 (UTC).


great public

Blacks between 1995 and 2005. He is now a Sky Sports commentator in New Zealand for most All Blacks games and other provincial level matches. * Gisborne (Gisborne, New Zealand), Poverty Bay * Gore (Gore, New Zealand), northern Southland (Southland Region) * Hastings, Hawkes Bay The "Great Public Works Policy" placed a high priority on the completion of the Main South Line. At this time, New Zealand accepted narrow gauge railway narrow gauge


made construction

Riversdale (Riversdale, New Zealand). David Leitch and Brian Scott, ''Exploring New Zealand's Ghost Railways'', revised edition (Wellington: Grantham House, 1998 1995 ), 113. The terrain made construction easy and ten kilometres of formation (track bed) had been made with 3.2 kilometres of track laid before economic difficulties associated with the Long Depression brought work to a halt. At some point over the next twenty years, the track was removed to be used elsewhere. Work on the line recommenced by 1904; a combined road-rail bridge over the Mataura River, the only work of significance required for the line, Geoffrey B. Churchman and Tony Hurst, ''The Railways of New Zealand: A Journey Through History'' (Auckland: HarperCollins, 1991), 212. opened in May of that year. "Opening of the New Switzers Railway and Traffic Bridge Over the Mataura River", ''Otago Witness'' 2616 (4 May 1904): 37. There were local fears that only the initial portion of the line would be built, but in 1905, the Undersecretary for Public Works and the distrinct engineer inspected the proposed route and felt that due to the agricultural land that would be served, it would be a mistake to terminate the line short of Waikaia township. "Riversdale-Switzers Railway: An Official Inspection", ''Otago Witness'' 2664 (5 April 1905): 23. By 1908, the 3.2 kilometres constructed in the 1880s had been fully relaid and beyond this point, construction was swift. The 22 kilometre long line opened on 1 October 1909. http: www.southerndhb.govt.nz Dunedin City (Dunedin), Waitaki District, Central Otago District, Queenstown Lakes District, Clutha District, Invercargill City, Gore District (Gore, New Zealand), Southland District 300,400 '''Gore Airport''' '''Clinton''' is a small town in South Otago, in New Zealand's South Island. It is located on State Highway 1 (State Highway 1 (New Zealand)) approximately half way between Balclutha (Balclutha, New Zealand) and Gore (Gore, New Zealand) (the section of State Highway 1 between Clinton and Gore is known as "The Presidential Highway", after Bill Clinton and Al Gore), and the Main South Line railway passes through the town. Description Clutha-Southland was promulgated as one of the original 65 MMP electorates, centered on Southland (Southland District) district and covering an area stretching from Fiordland across the far south of the South Island to the south Otago coast. Its largest population centres are Gore (Gore, New Zealand) and Balclutha (Balclutha, New Zealand). In 2008 (New Zealand general election, 2008), the seat of Otago (Otago (New Zealand electorate)) was abolished and split between the Waitaki and Clutha-Southland electorates, and parts of Central Otago, primarily around Arrowtown, Queenstown (Queenstown, New Zealand) and Roxburgh were also transferred to Clutha-Southland. Following a question at the Gore, New Zealand talk page (Talk:Gore, New Zealand), I've been helping to track down which church in East Gore is one of the two remaining wooden gothic churches designed by Robert Lawson (Robert Lawson (architect)). Now that we have confirmed that it is the old East Gore Presbyterian Church, I was wondering if there was a Kiwipedian anywhere near Gore with some ability with a camera who could take a photograph of it for the Gore, New Zealand and Robert Lawson articles? Blarneytherinosaur (User:Blarneytherinosaur) 07:58, 31 March 2006 (UTC).


gold+guitar

*Waikaka School *Willowbank School Landmarks and notable features thumb right 250px Fleming's Rolled Oats factory, a major landmark in central Gore. (File:FlemingsGoreNZ.jpg) Gore is well known for its connection with Country and Western music, with the annual New Zealand country music awards having been held in the town for 36 years. ''"...Every year for the last 36 years Gore has hosted the New Zealand Gold

Guitar Awards..."'' It has a sister city relationship with Tamworth, New South Wales, the "Country Music Capital of Australia". Recently Gore has also gained a reputation as a centre for the visual arts in the southern South Island. A major bequest to the town's Eastern Southland Art Gallery by Dr. John Money has left the institution with one of the country's best collections of ethnological art. This is partnered by an impressive collection


sports radio

, Classic Hits network Classic Hits FM, Contemporary Hit Radio network ZM (ZM (New Zealand)), Sports Radio network Radio Sport, Rock network Radio Hauraki, Easy listening network Easy Mix, hip hop and R&B network Flava and 1950s, 1960s and 1970s network Coast (Coast (New Zealand radio)). It also operates Gore (Gore, New Zealand)-based station Hokonui Gold through a lease agreement with the station's owners. In 17 November 2009, Greenpeace members

Gore, New Zealand

'''Gore''' is a town, surrounding borough, and district (Territorial Authorities of New Zealand) in the Southland (Southland, New Zealand) region of the South Island of New Zealand.

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