George Thomas London and his son George London were both Mayors of Petone. The London family of Henry, his wife Martha and children emigrated to
Walking up the track in East Harbour regional park, Lowry Bay, Lower Hutt, you will chance upon a plaque marking the Jackson house, the first
Cycling became popular worldwide in the late 1800s and early 1900s and in the Hutt Valley residents were eager to cycle too. Cycles were fashionable,
Whites Line was the second road established in the Hutt Valley and the first road to slice across the Valley. It’s now a major thoroughfare.
Mary Dowse (1900-1964), described as fun-loving, warm-hearted and energetic, was Mayoress to Lower Hutt Mayor Percy Dowse for 20 years. Mary was one of the
Peace to celebrate the end of WWI was officially marked in NZ over the three days of July 19-21 1919. Saturday 19 July was designated