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Enderley
Enderley
Enderley
is a suburb of Hamilton, New Zealand. It became a part of Hamilton in the 5th boundary extension in 1949. It is the highest ranking suburb for socio-economic deprivation in eastern Hamilton.[1]Contents1 Poets Corner 2 Education 3 Demographics 4 See also 5 ReferencesPoets Corner[edit] Enderley
Enderley
neighbourhood Poets' Corner (so called due to many of the streets being named after poets such as Tennyson, Wordsworth, Blake and Eliot) was known for its high crime rate. New Zealand Post
New Zealand Post
ceased deliveries to residential addresses in Enderley
Enderley
for a short time after a shootout between members of the Mongrel Mob
Mongrel Mob
and Black Power in 2007, After this happened Housing NZ pulled down all the state-owned houses that had been housing the gang members in 2009
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Southwell School
Southwell School, is an independent co-educational Anglican
Anglican
boarding and day school set in 32 acres of park like grounds in central Hamilton, New Zealand. Southwell offers education to children aged 5 to 13 years. A number of international students attend the school. In November 1911, Mr Cecil Ernest Ferris started Southwell School with one boy, Robert Oliver, and later, Vernon Wilkinson, at Allington Homestead which is now the site of Melville High School.[2]* In 1912 three D’Oyly Snow brothers joined the School, which was then held in a small building beside St Peter’s Hall. By 1913 the roll had grown to twelve and the School had moved to Hukanui Road. In 1917 Mr H G Sergel became Headmaster and the School moved to Opoia Road, by the railway bridge on River Road. Every Sunday the students walked to St Peter’s Church. In 1921 the School moved to its present site on Peachgrove Road
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Rototuna
Rototuna
Rototuna
is a suburb in northern Hamilton, New Zealand, east of Flagstaff. It was built on what was previously the bed of an ancient lake of which Rototuna
Rototuna
(eel lake) was a tiny remnant. It is one of the newest and fastest-growing suburbs in Hamilton, along with Neighbouring Huntington and Flagstaff.Contents1 Demographics 2 Facilities and Attractions 3 Education 4 See also 5 ReferencesDemographics[edit] All statistics are of the 2006 census.The population of Rototuna
Rototuna
is 3,117. The most common ethnic groups are European (72.1%), Asian (12.3%) and Maori (7.6%). The unemployment rate for Rototuna
Rototuna
citizens is 2.5%.Facilities and Attractions[edit] Rototuna
Rototuna
has three shopping centres
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Chartwell, Waikato
Chartwell
Chartwell
is a suburb in north-eastern Hamilton, New Zealand. The suburb was named after Chartwell, the country home of Sir Winston Churchill. The area became a part of Hamilton in June 1962 and was officially defined as a suburb in 1974.[1] Most of the housing is private single or 2 level dwellings with little state housing. Streets near the square are used for parking. Private dwellings are being purchased by professionals to be used as business premises close to the square. The streets are well planted with trees.Contents1 Features of Chartwell1.1 Lynden Court 1.2 Chartwell
Chartwell
Park 1.3 Kumara Pit2 Education 3 See also3.1 ReferencesFeatures of Chartwell[edit] Lynden Court[edit] Chartwell's main shopping area is located on Lynden Court. Chartwell Shopping Centre is one of Hamilton's major malls. It has a 6 cinema multiplex as well as 126 retail shops, cafes and restaurants
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New Zealand Post
New Zealand Post
New Zealand Post
is a state-owned enterprise responsible for providing postal service in New Zealand.Contents1 History 2 Regulation 3 Operations3.1 Issue of stamps4 See also 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] New Zealand Post
New Zealand Post
Office, a government agency, provided postal service in New Zealand until 1987. By the 1980s, however, economic difficulties made the government reconsider how it delivered postal services. For example, in 1987-1988 alone, the post lost NZ$50 million.[1] In 1985, the Labour Party government under Prime Minister David Lange
David Lange
launched a postal review, led by New Zealand Motor Corporation CEO Roy Mason and KPMG
KPMG
New Zealand Chairman Michael Morris, to find solutions to the post’s problems. In its final report, the team recommend transforming the postal service into three state-owned enterprises
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Mongrel Mob
Mongrel
Mongrel
Mob is an organised street gang based in New Zealand that has a network of more than thirty chapters throughout the country. They are especially active in King Country, Opotiki, Waikato
Waikato
and Hastings.[3][4][5] The Mongrel
Mongrel
Mob's main rival is the Black Power gang and there have been several very public and violent clashes between the two gangs over the years.Contents1 History1.1 Chapters2 Insignia 3 Membership3.1 Notable members4 Criminal activity4.1 Organised crime 4.2 Other incidents5 Community services5.1 Rent a Bro 5.2 The Hauora Programme6 In media 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksHistory[edit] The gang began with a group of mainly European youths from Wellington and Hawke's Bay in the 1960s
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Black Power (New Zealand)
Black Power
Black Power
is a prominent gang in New Zealand. Members are predominantly Māori and Polynesian. It was formed as the "Black Bulls" by Rei Harris and Māori youth in Wellington
Wellington
about 1970,[3][4] in response to the rival Mongrel Mob
Mongrel Mob
gang and white power associated gangs
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Ruakura
Ruakura is a semi-rural suburb of Hamilton City, in the Waikato
Waikato
region of New Zealand. The University of Waikato
Waikato
is nearby. The area lies to the east of urban Hamilton and to the west of State Highway
State Highway
1B (a variant of State Highway
State Highway
1 which avoids the urban area). Ruakura is synonymous with the Ruakura Agriculture
Agriculture
Research Centre, the location of institutes such as AgResearch
AgResearch
and Plant & Food Research. For over half a century, world-leading research has been conducted at Ruakura, and it is the leading agriculture and life sciences research centre in New Zealand
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Anglican
Anglicanism
Anglicanism
is a Western Christian tradition that evolved out of the practices, liturgy and identity of the Church of England
Church of England
following the Protestant Reformation.[1] Adherents of Anglicanism
Anglicanism
are called "Anglicans". The majority of Anglicans are members of national or regional ecclesiastical provinces of the international Anglican Communion,[2] which forms the third-largest Christian communion in the world, after the Roman Catholic
Catholic
Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church.[3] They are in full communion with the See of Canterbury, and thus the Archbishop of Canterbury, whom the communion refers to as its primus inter pares (Latin, "first among equals")
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Decile
In descriptive statistics, a decile is any of the nine values that divide the sorted data into ten equal parts, so that each part represents 1/10 of the sample or population.[1] A decile is one possible form of a quantile; others include the quartile and percentile.[2] See also[edit]Summary statistics Socio-economic decileReferences[edit]^ Lockhart, Robert S. (1998), Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis: For the Behavioral Sciences, Macmillan, p. 78, ISBN 9780716729747 . ^ Sheskin, David J. (2003), Handbook of Parametric and Nonparametric Statistical Procedures (3rd ed.), CRC Press, p. 10, ISBN 9781420036268 .This statistics-related article is a stub
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Melville, New Zealand
Melville is a suburb in southern Hamilton in New Zealand. It is named after James Dougal Melville. Many of the streets in Melville are named after war heroes, including Douglas Bader, Bernard Montgomery, Odette Hallowes, David Beatty and William Slim.[1]Melville was named after the districts pioneer J Melville who lived in 1904 opposite the site of Melville Primary School. The Hospital paved the way for a great deal of development throughout the Melville area. Opened in 1887 the area quickly became known as Hospital Hill although it was not added to the Hamilton Borough until 1936. Hamilton city extended its boundaries to Collins Road, Melville in 1954 and again in 1962 to Houchens Road, Glenview and Dixon Road, Glenview. In 1960 Melville gained Hamiltons 4th suburban post office which was followed in 1964 with the opening of Melville High School. The facilities in Melville reflected the significant growth of Melville / Glenview throughout the 1950s
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Pukete
Pukete is a leafy river side suburb in northwestern Hamilton in New Zealand.[1] Pukete has two primary schools: Pukete Primary school (years 1-6) and Te Rapa Primary school (years 1-8). Pukete Pa is located in the north of the suburb on a cliff on the Waikato River bank. The Pa was in use until the arrival of military settlers in 1863. The Pa is located at the northern end of the riverside Braithwate Park. The cobblestoned walk in the park has a grass dog exercise area. The riverside walkway, which includes many pedestrian bridges, can be used by walkers or cyclists, but the lower sections are subject to flooding in winter. A pedestrian bridge links Braithwaite Park to Flagstaff on the eastern side of the Waikato River
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Peacocke, New Zealand
Peacocke is a semi-rural suburb in southern Hamilton in New Zealand. Peacocke was brought into the city boundaries in 1989. It is one of the future urban zones of Hamilton, along with Rotokauri.[1] See also[edit]Suburbs of Hamilton, New ZealandReferences[edit]^ "Peacocke". Hamilton City Council
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Maeroa
Maeroa
Maeroa
is a suburb in western Hamilton in New Zealand. Originally an outlying suburb, it became part of Hamilton City in 1925 with the second boundary extension.[1]Contents1 Maeroa
Maeroa
Intermediate School 2 References 3 See also 4 External links Maeroa
Maeroa
Intermediate School[edit] The suburbs contains Maeroa
Maeroa
Intermediate School, which became the first intermediate school in the Waikato Region
Waikato Region
after being founded in 1954. The school coat of arms is registered with the College of Arms and includes arrows of desire, spear or sword of justice, lamp of knowledge and crosses. The bannerhead is also the school motto "I will not cease from mental fight",[2] which is in line with the philosophy of a school that teaches children to think for themselves.[3] Jerusalem is the school anthem
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Magellan Rise (suburb)
Magellan Rise is a new suburb in north-eastern Hamilton in New Zealand.[1] See also[edit]Suburbs of Hamilton, New ZealandReferences[edit]^ "Hamilton Map". Hamilton City Council. Archived from the original on 23 September 2010
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