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UCSA is the University of Canterbury Students' Association.
UCSA is the University of Canterbury Students' Association.
Named after Gloucester, an English bishopric.
Winds arround the Avon River from Antigua Street to Fitzgeral Avenue. Named by surveyors Joseph Thomas (b. 1803) and Edward Jollie in March 1850. One of the original Christchurch streets
Heaton Manson was a former student of the Wharenui School who lived for several years in the Riccarton area and served in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force during the First
University Drive is one of the internal roads of the University of Canterbury.  It connects Ilam and Clyde roads and runs alongside the Oatakaro/Avon River through the campus.  
Named after the bishopric of Cashel. The early days of Canterbury, pp 43-44 says it is named after Rt. Rev. Robert Daly, Bishop of Cashel and Waterford (d. 1872). This
The Tannery located at 3 Garlands Road is a shopping centre and function venue on the banks of the Heathcote River. The complex is on the site of the Woolston
Named after Edward Garland (d.1893).
Cemeteries managed by the Christchurch City Council
The Extravaganza Fair is a unique market/festival that travels across New Zealand. Includes market stalls, arts and craft, food, musical entertainment and kids shows.  The 2018 Christchurch Extravaganza Fair was
Bush Inn Center features a Countdown Supermarket, Smiths City store, Lincraft, Lone Star restaurant, BNZ Bank and the first Burgerfuel in the South Island along with over 45 specialty retailers.