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Featherston Camp Report can be downloaded as a PDF from this weblink.
The Place in Time Christchurch documentary Project  is located at the University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts and  is run on a voluntary basis Since 2000, it has been recording the
Based on the Armson Collins architectural drawings collection at the University of Canterbury, this site has a wealth of informaiton on the Arts Centre buildings and their history.
Archway is Archives New Zealand's invaluable "system for documenting and making available government records in the context of their creation and use." Containing over 5 million records, Archway easily enables people to
  Online Cenotaph has been developed by the Auckland War Memorial Museum in association with the Ministry for Culture & Heritage to be " New Zealand’s living memorial to those who served
The New Zealand Heritage List (formerly the Register) is published by Heritage New Zealand (formerly the New Zealand Historic Places Trust). It covers all registered historic places and sites in
These pages on the Christchurch City Council web site, provide informaiton on various aspects of arts and culture in the city, including historic sites, public art,Antarctic heritage, the Provincial Council
The New Zealand Heritage List/Rārangi Kōrero (formerly the New Zealand Historic Places Trust Register) gives information about New Zealand's significant heritage places.  
Pages created by Christchurch City Libraries with information on  notable buildings,statues,memorials etc. throughout the city.
Page that lists demolitions and informational resources about demolitions.
Information on the  original home of Canterbury Public Library at 107 - 109 Cambridge Terrace , on the corner of Hereford Street.
The history, design and construction of the Warren & Mahoney Designed Central Library Building in Gloucester Street.
Stephens, Simone.(1997).  Public Art in Central Christchurch.  Christchurch, Robert McDougall Art Gallery.  A useful publication covering the history, locaiton etc. of statues, art works,sculpture, memorials etc.  existing in the city at the
Information  from Christchurch City Libraries Heritage pages, Informaiton  was originally derived from the Christchurch City Council handbook of 1998
the world Buskers Festival has been held annually in Christchurch each January for the last 21 years.
The site The Nostaglia Black Hole, stuff from Christchurch and new Zealands's [sic] recent-past worth preserving,  includes this page The sad Demise of the Christchurch Record Shop.  A commentary and listing of the names
From the about page We are a non-profit independent community group provided to serve the residents of Christchurch, impacted from the effects of the multitude of earthquakes and aftershocks since
From the about us page: We are a non-profit independent community group provided to serve the residents of Christchurch, impacted from the effects of the multitude of earthquakes and aftershocks
Constantly changing website which includes information about christchurch bands from 1980s, 1990s, 2000s. Search under Artist profile dropdown for band, history, information