Links to sites of interest
It is amazing - copies of letter home from the men. There is a reference to Charles Sciascia and other men from Porangahau. Not sure if you would be interested in sharing your families stories. pictures etc - it is a great way of preserving the history.
| 7 Franklin Street, Porangahau |
Backpackers available for a maximum of 12 people in rooms plus plenty of room to pitch tents or park up a caravan.
5 minutes from Beach, around the corner from the pub and shop CLICK THE PICTURE TO GO TO BACKPACKERS WEBSITE
|More pictues of Emma Hannah Sciascia reunion you will need to be a member of snapfish to view on this site however it is free to become a member and the photo's are well worth a viewing. |
Te Poho - The Land, The Sea, The people, The Taonga
The series of photographic images depicting life in the small rural/seaside community of Porangahau has been ranked alongside New Zealand's finest photographers for its high standard and 'feel good' factor.www.criscillo-photo.com/te-poho
| Check on this interesting website on the Sciascia whanau. This link will take you to a page about Nicolas and Riria. |
| Preserving our Taonga - Pictures www.natlib.govt.nz/npo - Collections and Stories www.nzmuseums.co.nz - Taonga - TePapa [email protected] |
|Kahungunu is now on You Tube click on this link KahungunuPride key word KahungunuPride to see hundreds of photos taken over the years at Kahungunu events. |
|Please click on this link http://gclode.zenfolio.com/p317690734 to gain access to photos of the recent hikoi to the Blackhead Reef which was held on Waitangi Day|
| I've just discovered a great Bebo page dedicated to |
Page last updated 24 Nov 2010