Twenty-four Kiwis have wintered...starting with the 3-year period in the 1970s when the NZ met service did the weather...and then skipping to more recently. Several years ago RPSC started hiring folks to work on the new station...
Greenhalgh Andrew power plant Goughs CAT 2011 Scadden Chris power plant Goughs CAT 2010 Gregan Jude physician RPSC MED 2009 Smith Paul plumber/UT RPSC FEMC 2007, 08, 10 Anthony Stefan carpenter appr RPSC FEMC 2006 Iremonger Scott supervisor, VMF RPSC GARAGE 2006 McHenry Richard carpenter RPSC FEMC 2006, 07 Batten Kate carpenter helper RPSC FEMC 2005 Ward Vicky carpenter helper RPSC FEMC 2005 Hole Michael carpenter RPSC FEMC 2005, 06 McNoe Alistair carpenter RPSC FEMC 2005, 06 Neame John carpenter RPSC FEMC 2005, 06 Crackel Stephen sheetmetal worker RPSC FEMC 2004 DuPuy Kevin sheetmetal worker RPSC FEMC 2004 Southon Jarrod carpenter RPSC FEMC 2004, 05 Boulton Rhys pipefitter RPSC FEMC 2004, 05, 06 Walsh Wilfred astronomer AST/RO 2002 Davidson Gene astronomer DASI CARA 2000 Bisset Kevin met tech NZ Met Service 1978 Waller John meteorology NZ Met Service 1978 Anderson Lloyd met tech NZ Met Service 1977 Norman Simon met observer NZ Met Service 1977 Maguire Bernard meteorology NZ Met Service 1976 Porter Barry meteorology NZ Met Service 1976Note that Kevin DuPuy was a Brit, but he had moved to NZ where he was working when he was hired. He later returned to the UK. Paul Smith was born in North London and has dual British/NZ citizenship, but was raised in NZ and considers himself Kiwi through and through. And Wilfred Walsh has more recently relocated to UNSW in Australia.
As always, additions and corrections and photo documentation are welcome.