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Written by The Bay Chronicle   
Thursday, 01 April 2010

TOURISM BOOST: Labour tourism spokesman MP Kelvin Davis, museum trustee Greg Davis and Northland MP John Carter at the opening of the newly refurbished pioneer village at Pete’s Pioneer Transport on Kerikeri Rd.

A newly refurbished pioneer street at Pete's Pioneer Transport Museum in Kerikeri is envisaged as an important component of a developing history package that will draw visitors to the Far North.

Northland MP John Carter says the aim is to work with Kerikeri's steam-boat and other history-based activities to offer visitors enough to do to keep them here for three or four days.

Pete's museum opened in 2005, the initiative of Peter and Cecelia O'Dell.

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