Taranaki

Taranaki is the name of several geographical features in the North Island of New Zealand. Taranaki may refer to:

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Charles Douglas Whitcombe
... Charles Douglas Whitcombe (1835 - January 4, 1904) was Taranaki Commissioner of Crown Lands, Secretary of the Provincial Council of Taranaki, and chairman of the Taranaki Waste Lands Board ...
SM U-40 (Germany) - Fate
... On the morning of 23 June 1915 U-40 stopped the trawler Taranaki in the North Sea ... Taranaki was in fact a decoy vessel, or "Q-ship", and was connected to the submerged submarine C24 by a combined tow line and telephone cable ... When U-40 stopped the trawler, Taranaki telephoned the situation to C24 ...
Mimi, New Zealand
... Mimi is a locality in northern Taranaki, in the North Island of New Zealand ... located on State Highway 3 close to the shore of the North Taranaki Bight, 6 kilometres north-east of Urenui and 26 km south-west of Ahititi ... The Mimi River flows past the settlement into the North Taranaki Bight ...
Manaia (disambiguation) - Places
... Manaia, Taranaki, a town in the South Taranaki District of New Zealand Manaia School, Manaia, Taranaki Manaia FC, a former association football club in Manaia, taranaki ...
Taranaki - Other Uses - Military
... HMNZS Taranaki (F148), a former frigate of the Royal New Zealand Navy Taranaki War (disambiguation) ...