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Lyttelton Anglican Cemetery also known as Lyttelton Public Cemetery
The building suffered some damage on 4 September 2010 with gable ends partially collapsing.  It is understood that some brickwork was subsequently removed and the building made waterproof.  Brickwork above
William Moore (Service Number 29046) enlisted for the First World War with a Peterborough Street address
Established: 1951 170 Hoon Hay RoadHoon HayChristchurch 8025
Now the University of Canterbury Staff Club.
The commercial Red zone bus tours started in July 2012.  Thy aimed to give a unique insight into what happened in the September 2010 and subsequent earthquakes. The tour entered
Robert John Cogle (Service no. 6/1000) was a First World War soldier with links to Heathcote.
The Sign of the Takahe, at 200 Hackthorne Road, is the largest of the rest houses constructed as part of Harry Ell's vision of a Summit Road which was intended
The Castle Theatre was an early Christchurch cinema which ran from November 1906 to April 1907.
Henry Eugene Voyce (service no. 4/459) was a man with links to Cashmere, who fought and died in the First World War.
The Holmbank was a coastal trader owned by the Holm Shipping Company. On 19th September 1963 she left Timaru for Wellington, that night she ran onto Whale Rock at the
Josiah Harvey (Service No: 73405 ) was a First World War soldier with links to Heathcote
English Park Market was held on Saturdays, in the Car Park of English Park, in Cranford Street.