Radio digest. No. 55, part 2.

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Tono kōrero mai

A part-episode of the radio magazine programme, Radio Digest.

A memorial cross to trampers killed in World War II has been erected on Mt Hector in the Tararua Ranges. An interview with Bert Hines, the president of the Tararua Tramping Club, who describes the working parties which carried all the construction material in from Otaki Forks.

The cross was dedicated last weekend in a ceremony attended by 60 people, despite the bad weather. The service was held in Kime Hut.

This is followed by an item on Norway's National Day which was celebrated last week on May 17th. Typical celebrations are described by Miss Zito Vogt [?], a Norwegian -New Zealander.

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Year 1950

Reference number 177725

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ Collection
Hines, Bert, Speaker/Kaikōrero
2YA (Radio station : Wellington, N.Z.), Broadcaster

Duration 00:12:00

Date 21 May 1950

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