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A Brief History of Andersons Bay, Dunedin
Andersons Bay, the hillside Ngai Tahu Maori called Puketai, got its European name from the fact that the first white man to live there was Mr James Anderson, who came from Nelson to Port Chalmers on December 30th 1844 and continuing his journey up the harbour looking for a place to settle, discovered the Bay and built a whare amongst the flax at the junction of what is now Somerville and Silverton Streets.

Anni Morris
The unique, original  and whimsical paintings of Anni Morris, Dunedin, New Zealand

This site is devoted to the cause of non-interventionism and is read by libertarians, pacifists, leftists, "greens," and independents alike, as well as many on the Right who agree with our opposition to imperialism. Our initial project was to fight against intervention in the Balkans under the Clinton presidency. We applied the same principles to Clinton's campaigns in Haiti and Kosovo and bombings of Sudan and Afghanistan. Our politics are libertarian: our opposition to war is rooted in Randolph Bourne's concept that "War is the health of the State."

Common Dreams is a national nonprofit, progressive, nonpartisan citizens' organization founded in 1997 by political activists Craig Brown and his late wife, Lina Newhouser.We are a powerful online voice for change in America. With millions of monthly readers, we have become one of the top progressive websites.

Martin Genealogy page
The genealogy page of the descendants of Richard Bowden Martin,
who  came to  Dunedin, New Zealand in 1858.

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A blog of alternative news and views to help create change for a better world.

This page was last  edited by Paul Martin September 2013