Maungakiekie-Tāmaki, Auckland, New Zealand
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National Heart Foundation of New Zealand (Q30296822)
item type: nonprofit organization
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The National Heart Foundation of New Zealand (known as the Heart Foundation) is a registered New Zealand heart health charity established in 1968. It funds research into heart disease, and provides education to promote healthy lifestyles to prevent heart disease. It has awarded over $78 million to fund research and specialist training for cardiologists since 1970. The funding has provided over 1,800 research and training grants awarded in New Zealand.


Fletcher Building (Q246946)
item type: public company / business enterprise
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Fletcher Building Limited is one of the largest listed companies in New Zealand, with a market capitalisation of over NZ$2.8 billion. The company was split from Fletcher Challenge in 2001, formerly New Zealand's largest business and multinational.


Ayson Clifford Library (Q85373586)
item type: library

Street address: 473 Great South Road Penrose Auckland 1062 (from Wikidata)


Hoyts Sylvia Park (Q37181528)
item type: movie theater

Street address: 286 Mount Wellington Highway, Mount Wellington 1060 (from Wikidata)


Mt Wellington Stone Cottage (Q79309851)
item type: cottage / historical building

Street address: King Street and Queen Street, Panmure, Auckland (from Wikidata)

Waipuna Hotel and Conference Centre (Q98536199)
item type: hotel / managed isolation facility

Street address: 58 Waipuna Rd, Mount Wellington (from Wikidata)

Auckland Region (Q726917)
item type: region of New Zealand
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Auckland Region (Māori: Tāmaki Makaurau) is one of the sixteen regions of New Zealand, named for the city of Auckland, the country's largest urban area. The region encompasses the Auckland metropolitan area, smaller towns, rural areas, and the islands of the Hauraki Gulf. Containing 34 percent of the nation's residents, it has by far the largest population and economy of any region of New Zealand, but the second-smallest land area.

website:; FIPS 10-4 (countries and regions): NZE7; ISO 3166-2 code: NZ-AUK

McLennan Hills (Q14950640)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

McLennan Hills (also Te Aponga o Tainui) is one of the volcanoes in the Auckland volcanic field. It was a group of cratered scoria mounds up to 45 m high, before it was quarried away. A 1940 aerial photo (in Searle's book) shows a crater around 100 m wide, one around 50 m wide, and 2 or 3 smaller craters. McLennan Hills, alongside neighbouring Ōtāhuhu / Mount Richmond, were the sites of fortified pā in pre-European times, important due to their location between the Waitematā Harbour/Tamaki River and the Manukau Harbour. Since the European settlement of Auckland, the scoria cone was quarried. The former quarry site was used for greenhouses before being redeveloped for housing.

Dress Smart (Q15215097)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Dress Smart is a franchise of shopping centres in New Zealand that specialises in outlet stores.


Southdown Power Station (Q12002141)
item type: power station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Southdown Power Station was a natural gas-fired combined cycle gas turbine cogeneration power station in Southdown, a suburb in southern Auckland City, New Zealand. When operational, it was New Zealand's northernmost power station with a capacity exceeding 50 MW.

Te Hopua (Q7690817)
item type: geographical object
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Te Hopua a Rangi / Gloucester Park is one of the volcanoes in the Auckland volcanic field in Auckland, New Zealand, and is located in Onehunga. Its 300 m wide, sediment-filled explosion (maar) crater was used as a boat harbour in early European times and known first as Onehunga Basin then as Geddes Basin. It was reclaimed in the 1930s and named Gloucester Park in 1935 after the visit to New Zealand by the Duke of Gloucester in that year. From 1975 into the early 80's the South-western motorway was built right through the middle of the park and crater. The southern side was turned into a sports ground, and the western side as a wetland with activity space for Aotea Sea Scouts who took ownership of the Manukau Yacht and Motor Boat Club (MYMBC) club house, in 1977 (the white building in the postcard).

Southdown railway station (Q7569275)
item type: railway station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Southdown railway station was a station at Southdown on the Southern Line of the Auckland suburban railway network. It was opened to passenger traffic in 1905 and was closed in 2004. It was double tracked and had an island platform layout. Pedestrian access was via a footbridge connecting the end of Southdown Lane to the Southdown Freezing Works.

This item might be defunct. The English Wikipedia article is in these categories: Defunct railway stations in New Zealand, Railway stations closed in 2004
Atea College (Q5039172)
item type: high school / private school
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Atea College, formerly Carey College, is a private Christian school in Panmure, Auckland, New Zealand.

Street address: 21 Domain Road, Panmure, Auckland (from Wikidata)


AM936 (Q20984086)
item type: radio station
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Chinese Voice (Chinese: 華人之聲廣播電臺) is a Cantonese, Mandarin and English language radio network based in Auckland, New Zealand. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of World TV, an Asian language television, print and radio company, and consists of three station set up between 2003 and 2010. It produces more than 80 hours of local content each week, including live talkback on news stories, migrant issues, political developments and dealing with New Zealand Government agencies. The stations also broadcast imported talk and music programmes from China and Hong Kong.


Waikaraka Cycleway (Q7959978)
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Waikaraka Cycleway is an off-road cycleway in the south of Auckland City, New Zealand, running from the Wesley suburb in southern Auckland City along New Zealand State Highway 20 to Onehunga and then continuing along the shoreline of the Manukau Harbour (Mangere Inlet) beside mostly industrialised areas until it ends at Hugo Johnston Drive, in Southdown.

Onehunga Harbour Road Bridge (Q7093645)
item type: footbridge / bicycle bridge
Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Onehunga Harbour Road Bridge is a walking and cycling bridge over Onehunga Harbour Road, a heavily trafficked road at the southwestern edge of Onehunga, New Zealand. The bridge provides easy and safe access from Onehunga to both the Waikaraka Cycleway running west–east, and Old Mangere Bridge to the south, which in turn links over the Mangere Inlet mouth of the Manukau Harbour. The bridge is 3.5m wide, and distinguished by its sweeping, curved structure.

Peace Experiment (Q106103656)
item type: private school

Street address: 18 Pilkington Road, Panmure, Auckland (from Wikidata)


Point England School (Q106236423)
item type: state school

Street address: 130 Pt England Road, Panmure, Auckland (from Wikidata)


Te Papapa School (Q106236495)
item type: state school

Street address: 219 Mt Smart Road, Onehunga, Auckland (from Wikidata)


St Patrick's School (Panmure) (Q106236482)
item type: State-integrated school

Street address: 5 Church Crescent, Panmure, Auckland (from Wikidata)