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Portstone was built in the 1860s. In 1971 new owners Bruce and Maureen Currie Page renamed it Portstone and used it as part of their Portstone Nursery business. Portstone was
A brief description of the effect of the Influenza Pandemic of 1918 on Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, NZ
Park with block wall, multi-play structure, roundabout, see-saw & swings. Now in the residental redzone.
A local park with playground including see-saw, slide & swings. Also has a basketball half court. Area of Park: 9,274 square metres Perimeter of Park: 589 metres Avonhead Scout Group
3 Hectare park with Dog exercise area and Childrens Playgroung
Entrance in Beatty Street. Together, Blighs Garden, Bridge Reserve and South New Brighton Park extends almost 3km along the left bank of the lower Avon River/Ōtākaro, an estuarine location that
Moa Place runs off Madras Street. Moa Reserve and Playground is located in Moa Place
A local park in the Central City  with multi-play structure & swings. Runs from Melrose Street to Ely Street, Joining Moa Place in the centre. Area of Park: 2,963 square
The Windmill shopping centre is located in Clarence Street.
The Christchurch suburb of Halswell lies at the foot of the Port Hills in the south-west of the city.
A commentary and list of the Civic Officials buried in Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, NZ.
The Christchurch suburb of New Brighton
Public art refers to art works displayed in public places either temporarily or permanently.
A description of the role of Sexton and the Sexton's Lodge in Linwood Cemetery.
Helpful hints for those wanting to find an ancestor in the complex, irregular layout of Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, NZ.
A description of the Friends of Linwood Cemetery's Suffrage Project which sets out to identify those who signed the Suffrage Petition of 1893 and are buried in Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch,
A collection of inscriptions and their source or meaning, found on the headstones of Linwood Cemetery
Named after a colonial Anglican bishopric in Ceylon.