The Rūnanga Miner's Hall, emblazoned with socialist slogans, was built in 1937 to replace the original 1908 hall, which had burned down. British miners brought to New Zealand a strong tradition of industrial unionism, and this quickly established itself, especially on the West Coast.
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Photograph by Jock Phillips
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