This memorial was originally erected in 1915 by the Auckland Harbour Board to remember staff who served in the First World War. After years in storage, in 2000 it was restored and re-erected. It is possibly New Zealand's earliest First World War memorial.
The Evening Post 17 Sept 1915, p6 reported that:
A memorial is to be erected to those members of the Auckland Harbour Board staff who have enlisted. In a letter to the board, the chairman (Mr H. D.
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