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Otahuna is a Tai Tapu homestead formerly owned by Sir Heaton Rhodes
Lake Terrace Road runs from Marshland Road to New Brighton Road.
Charles William Beazley (Service no. 8/2534) was a First World War soldier with links to Heathcote
The Anglican Church of St Mary the Virgin has been an integral part of the Addington community in Christchurch City, New Zealand since 1867. It graces the tree-filled space in
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Aranui Primary School opened in 1911 and closed in 2016. The school was merged in the new school Haeata Community Campus
Robert Weir (Service no. 36505) was a First World War soldier with links to Heathcote.
Strickland Street runs between Brougham Street in Waltham and Colombo Street in Beckenham.
The dwelling Larel at 277 Papanui Road, was built in 1924, and demolished in 2011 due to earthquake damage.
The Town Ball Restaurant & Bar at 52 Manchester Street was a post quake short lived venue that operated for 2 years till closing in June 2014. The four storey
Richmond Primary School.closed at the end of 2013.
Bewdley Street runs from Barrington Street to Evesham Crescent in Spreydon.
Christchurch Girls' High School was established in 1877. The school's original building was on Cranmer Square, which was renamed the Cranmer Centre, when the school moved to the current Matai
A memorial in Christchurch for the people who lost their lives or were injured on 22 February 2011
Percival Raymond Jones was a Canterbury First World War soldier whose life is commemorated on the Waltham War Memorial Gates.