Talk:Kāpiti Coast District

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After a large amount of toing and froing I managed to get what I think makes sense, Kapiti Coast is the main entry and Kapiti Coast, New Zealand and Kapiti Coast District redirect here. Ben Arnold

  • support, like other NZ districts, avoid unecessary ".., New Zealand" Tobias Conradi (Talk) 22:53, 10 October 2005 (UTC)

Page moved per request and double redirects fixed. Ryan Norton T | @ | C 07:06, 17 October 2005 (UTC)

Is there a place called Greendale?[edit]

I just found this article: Greendale, Kapiti. I've never heard of the place in my life and a Google search turns up nothing in the Kapiti area except Greendale Drive and Greendale Reserve in Otaihanga. I've elaborated more on Greendale, Kapiti's talk page; I've just brought the topic here to bring it to wider attention and see if any other Kapiti Coasters can provide more information and verify/deny its existence. - Axver 03:16, 17 August 2006 (UTC)