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1 NZ Services Medical Team was established in 1996 as a part of the NZ contribution to the Veitnam War. It was located in Bong Son, Binh Dinh Province, Vietnam until 1971.

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Dates covered: 1967 - 1971     

Historical Notes The Abortion Law Reform Association of New Zealand (ALRANZ) was formed in 1971.

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Dates covered: 1966 - 1979     

William Aitken was born in Dunedin and educated at Otago BHS. MB ChB NZ 1918, MD NZ 1919, FRACP 1938. Regd 5 November 1919. Served WWI, awarded MC.

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Dates covered: 1918 - 1958     

Allen, a Sumner schoolmaster, 1907-1933 and reporter for the Christchurch newspapers, was very active in local affairs. The records comprise newspaper cuttings from the 'Christchurch Star', Christchu

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Dates covered: 1915 - 1938     

Hazel Allison, MB ChB NZ 1923, DA Lon 1926 Regd 5 March 1923. Anaesthetist in Christchurch from 1927; senior anaesthetist until 1944

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Dates covered: 1923 - 1969     

John Allison was the accountant of Wendover Maternity Hospital in Erica Street, Papanui, Christchurch.

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Dates covered: Circa 1972 - 1985     

Percy (called Peter) Allison, regd 8 July 1920. MB ChB NZ 1920: Wellington Hosp/Waitara/Christchurch Played Davis Cup tennis. Dermatologist in Christchurch 1927-52 and radiologist St George's Hosp.

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Dates covered: 1920 - 1954     

Alan Douglas Anderson, MRCS LRCP 1914. Regd 19 May 1916: Christchurch. Born in Christchurch and trained at University College Hospital, London.

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Dates covered: 1916 - 1972     

Charles Morton was born in Donegal, Ireland. MRCS LSA 1876. Trained at UCH Regd in UK 11 July 1876: Moville, Co Donegal. Regd 4 Feb. 1880:Sydenham, Christchurch.

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Dates covered: 1889 - 1927     

Colin Anderson, MB ChB NZ 1919, DMRE Liv 1921, FFR 1937 FCRA 1950. Regd 24 Oct 1919. Christchurch Hosp/Dunedin/Invercargill.

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Dates covered: 1919 - 1969     

Richard Anderson, MRCS, LRCP LSA 1890. Regd. 26 Feb 1891: Sydenham, Christchurch. Born in Ireland and trained at UCH

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Dates covered: 1891 - 1941     

William Anderson. MB ChB NZ 1920. Regd 8 July 1920: Dunedin/Queenstown. Born in Grays, Essex. Came to NZ 1905. GP and med supt Lake County Hosp. Framkton, Otago.

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Dates covered: 1920 - 1978     

Patrick Ardagh, MB ChB NZ 1911, FRACS 1930. Regd 5 May 1911, Merivale, Christchurch. Born at Ngapara, North Otago. Practised in Christchurch. Served in WW1: MC VC recommended but awarded DSO 1919.

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Dates covered: 1911 - 1944     

Brigadier "Pat" Ardagh was born in Ngapara 30 August 1891. Educated at Waitaki DHS, Otago University MB Chb 1911. FRACS 1930.

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Dates covered: 1916 - 1941     

Historical Notes April Armstrong has been a long time campaigner for free, legal abortion to be made available to all women.

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Dates covered: 1970 - 1990     

The Arrow District Hospital was built in about 1878 to support the town of Arrowtown and the surrounding district. It was run by a committee and money was raised by holding an annual ball.

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Dates covered: 1883 - 1909     

James Hume, a trained male nurse and administrator, joined with Dr E.W. Alexander to found Ashburn Hall in 1882. It was known as Hume's Asylum and was a private psychiatric institution.

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Dates covered: 1882 - 1992     

Suzanne Aubert founded the Congregation of the Daughters of Our Lady of Compassion (commonly called "Sisters of Compassion") in 1892. It became a Pontifical Institute in 1917.

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Dates covered: 1871 - 1926     

Leslie Averill, MB ChB Edin 1922, MD Edin 1924, FRCSEd 1925, MRCOG 1933, FRCOG 1942. Reg 26 Aug 1925: Christchurch. Served in WW1: MC 1918.

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Dates covered: 1925 - 1981     

Helen Stephen Baird (Cowie), MB ChB Glas 1903, LRCPEd LRCSEd LFPS 1903. Reg 20 Nov 1903: Invercargill/Masterton.The first woman doctor in Southland. Married Dr JA Cowie 10 Jan 1908.

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Dates covered: 1903 - 1956     
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