Port Nicholson

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Port Nicholson

1. the first British settlement in New Zealand, established on Wellington Harbour in 1840: grew into Wellington
2. the former name for Wellington Harbour
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More than a hundred dolphins have been spotted frollicking in Wellington harbour in New Zealand.
So I close the book and we walk away, out over Wellington Harbour, where the Maori Jesus sings.
Situated only two minutes' walk from Wellington Harbour, the conference began with the New Zealand Minister for Health outlining the importance of food databases in the area of food surveys, and food labelling and the potential impact on public health nutrition.
Geoduck in Kennedy Bay were found from 4-8 m water depth, whereas geoduck in Wellington Harbour occurred in several separate beds from 4-16 m.
A long thin horizontal window ran along the whole length of the bed so that, as I looked out, my body seemed to be floating in space over the ship-busy sunny waters of Wellington harbour, the huge sea inlet girded by mountains (and of course the city itself).
EVENTS 1968: Fifty-one people die when a ferry, above, capsizes in Wellington harbour, New Zealand, during one of the worst storms ever to hit the country.
Speaking at the team hotel overlooking Wellington harbour, he added: "I have been very pleased with the way we have trained here so far.
1968: Dozens dead in NZ ferry disaster Fifty-one people die when a ferry capsizes in Wellington harbour, New Zealand, during one of the worst storms ever to hit the country.
Our overseas guests found the powhiri at the Te Papa marae a moving beginning in the beautiful setting overlooking Wellington harbour.
It was only after we took the boat out of the water in Wellington harbour that we discovered a huge dent in the side.

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