New Zealand’s tourism industry has been hit hard by the name change of its tourism hospital in Sydney, after it was revealed the building was renamed.
The New Zealand Government had planned to rename the building, the Rangitahina Hospital, after the first lady of the New Zealand Civil War, Lady Elizabeth Wood, who was a close friend of Queen Victoria.
However, after being forced to make the name changes, visitors are saying goodbye to the iconic hotel and its history.
The hotel was the first to be built on land outside of New Zealand, in 1857, and is now known as the New Auckland Hotel.
It was the site of many of the first major battles, including the first World War, and was used as a training ground by soldiers of the Royal New Zealand Navy.
The hospital was also used as an army hospital during the First World War.
The building was demolished in the 1990s, but was rebuilt in the late 2000s.
It was reopened last year as part of a $3.4 million upgrade.
New Zealand’s Tourism Minister Andrew Little said it was an honour to have this honour bestowed upon the Rangaia Hospital, and to be able to honour the legacy of our nation’s most famous First Lady.
He said it would be a shame to lose the name as the new building was a popular tourist attraction.
“The new name of the hospital reflects the importance that New Zealand tourism has played in the lives of the people of New South Wales,” he said.
“We will be proud to be the proud host to a new Royal New York Hospital, to a Royal New Auckland Hospital, as well as a new Rangivahina Hotel and more.”
The building’s current name was originally Rangigahina, which translates into “a large city of many names” in English.
The new building’s name, which was also unveiled in Auckland on Tuesday, will be a reminder of the many lives that were lost at the Ranganui Hospital, which suffered a fire in 1893.
The Rangibahina building, which opened in 1856, was built as a hospital in Rangatahina in the heart of New Auckland, in what was then a small town.
It was the home of the late Lord Rangi-a-Tanga, a local man who died of tuberculosis.
The name change was announced on the building’s website, which said it has been renamed to Rangicahina after the Queen’s widow.
The Queen’s sister, Princess Mary, has also been named as a patron of the building.
New South Wales Governor-General Jarrod Bleijie said he hoped the name of a new building would be well received by visitors and locals.
“I look forward to the people’s feedback on the name,” he told the ABC.
New Zealand was named as the host nation of the Commonwealth Games in 2021 and is one of a handful of nations that have been awarded the honour.
Topics:history,health,health-administration,healthcare-facilities,health—organisations,healthpolicy,new-zealand,australiaFirst posted September 01, 2019 06:16:48Contact Rangita RamakrishnanMore stories from New Zealand