Reginald Hill was 21 when he was killed in action on the 19th May 1915 when there was a major defeat of the Ottomans at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli Peninsula, by the New Zealanders. Click Here to Read More
Hilda Steele of Remuera was one of the first Chosen Twelve nurses selected in early 1914 to serve overseas in WW1 as part of the Australian Army Nursing Service.She served in Egypt and France near the front line and did not return to New Zealand until 1919. Click Here to Read More
When World War One broke out in 1914, Norman Beattie lived in Orakei Rd, Remuera, Auckland. Click Here to Read More
Lieutenant Harold Gordon Allen of Remuera was killed at Gallipoli on 25th April 1915 aged 21. Click Here to Read More
In the Stilton family, Harold died on 10 November 1918 in Auckland Hospital from the post-war epidemic at the age of 26. His funeral was at St Marks Church in Remuera where he was buried. His name is also on the Roll of Honour of Remuera Primary School’s gates. Click Here to Read More
Officially, there were no New Zealanders on the RMS Titanic the night it struck an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean on April 14th 1912. But there are some interesting connections. Click Here to Read More
Remuera has long been well known for its many sporting activities and sports people from the 19th century to date - take the quiz! Click Here to Read More
On 17 October 2010, the Catholic Church recognised Mary MacKillop as a Saint. Although born in Australia in 1842, she stayed in Remuera on 3 occasions. Click Here to Read More