SOME readers will by now have come to recognise my frustration over Greater Hamilton’s pitiful recognition of former high achievers.
For instance, how many know that Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance was built by Hamilton stonemasons.
Or that the architect of this edifice honouring the 114,000 Victorians who served in World War One has strong connections with the city as well.
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