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In 1904 Joseph Vangioni discovered a Yellow Crested penguin washed up on Fisherman'sBay beach. The penguin was starving so he took it home to recuperate. Attempts to return him to
Robert Ash (Service no. 26979) was a First World War soldier with links to Sumner.
Cyril Lloyd Phipps Black (Service no. 45031) was a First World War soldier with links to Sumner
A Christchurch City Libraries WW100 project to create biographies for soldiers listed on memorials in the Christchurch area.
Square obelisk situated beside road was unveiled in June 1922
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
Robert Ellmers (service number 24/746) was a soldier in World War I with links with Marshland.
Cranley Street is of short length with a 90 degree corner, and links with Linwood Avenue to the south-west and Chelsea Street to the south-east.
Shopping Mall located at the corner Buckleys Road and Linwood Avenue Related Eastgate Mall website
Merivale Lane runs frmon Papanui Road to Rossall Street
The building sustained significant damage from the 4th September 2010 and 2010 boxing day earthquakes and associated aftershocks.  Later it was demolished.
Formally located in Port Hills Road the buildings were demolished in early 2012.
The Russley Hotel, was built and opened in 1964, The hotel closed in August 2008 and was redeveloped into The Russley Village an aged person residential  village.
Frederick William Pilcher (Service no. 49053) was a First World War soldier with links to Sumner.
Brick art was unveiled at 8.15am on 8 February 2011 on the former Asko site, corner of Victoria and Salisbury Street, Christchurch