Roseneath's peninsula, Oriental Bay at its foot
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Roseneath is a suburb of Wellington, New Zealand, located east of Oriental Bay and north of Hataitai. The peninsula was named after Rosneath, a village on the Rosneath peninsula on Scotland's River Clyde, and has no association with roses.
At the time of unveiling, which was attended by the Mayor of Wellington, John Luke and the Prime Minister, William Massey, the memorial included the names of five soldiers killed in battle. By the end of the war, there were 13 names on the memorial.
- F. L. Irvine-Smith, The Streets of My City, Wellington New Zealand, A H and A W Reed, Wellington, 1948.
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- "Roseneath School Education Review Office Report". ero.govt.nz. Education Review Office.
- "Roseneath School Official School Website". roseneath.school.nz.
- "Roseneath School Ministry of Education School Profile". educationcounts.govt.nz. Ministry of Education.
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