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In this talk Jill White discusses the Manawatu River and how its relationship with Palmerston North and its people is changing. Duration 1 hour mp3 file. At the speakers request users of this talk are asked to please note the following CORRECTIONS. [minutes:seconds] 8:45 Mention of 'Waikato' should be Hamilton. 14:30 Mention of 'May 27th' should be May 4th. 15:10 mention of 'World War I' should be World War II. 30:50 mention of the 'Marine Division of the Department of Labour' should be Marine Division of the Ministry of Transport. 37:20 mention of Manawatu Ashphalts in early 1990's should be 1989.

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The City and the River 1941-2006 – Talk
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