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Prior to 1869, the Anglican Diocese of Dunedin (Otago and Southland) formed the southern part of the Diocese of Christchurch.

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Dates covered: Circa 1855 - 2007     

During the fifth Labour Government (1999-2008), Cullen served as Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand, Minister of Finance, Minister of Tertiary Education, Attorney-General and Leader of the House.

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Dates covered: 1969 - 2006     

The Dunedin Jewish Congregation was established in 1862.

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Dates covered: 1862 - 1985     

Two shortlived committees for returned soldiers were established in Dunedin during World War I.

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Dates covered: 1874 - 2007     

Material relating to the Franklin Integration Project 'Pulling together with older people', 2008. Two DVDs and one letter relating to the Franklin Positive Ageing Expo 2008. (i) DVD, duration - 3

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Dates covered: 2008 - 2008      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

The Association was formed in February 1920 initially as the Dunedin Branch of the Association of Superannuated Railwaymen.

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Dates covered: 1912 - 1968     

The Otago branch of the society was formed in 1943 under the auspices of the Returned Services Association, the Dunedin Chamber of Commerce and the Dunedin Rotary Club.

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Dates covered: 1945 - 1988     

Anna Trudinger was a member of a religious family with a strong missionary background. She trained as a missionary and taught in the China Inland Mission. She married Rev.

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Dates covered: 1867 - 1993     

Collection of photographs, documents, and ephemera relating to the Papatoetoe Orphan Home.

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Dates covered: 1920 - 1987      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

The Taieri Family Trust ran two Mosgiel residential homes for neglected and abused teenagers - Arahina Lodge opened in 1986 and Whakatipuranga Hostel opened in 1988.

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Dates covered: Circa 1982 - 1993     
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