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The Canterbury Progress League was established in April 1918 to promote the development and advance the interests of Canterbury. It wound up its operations in June 1979. Many of its
The Christchurch Botanic Gardens have a changing but lasting beauty, as evidenced by surviving maps and photographs.
In Scape this year there is a work which explores the demise of the Strawberry Fields plaque and the Strawberry Fields location. The plaque was made as a memorial to
Joseph Oram Sheppard (d. 1926) owned the White Hart Hotel.
John Twigger (d. 1885) inherited the Rev. Joseph Twigger’s estate, sold, to the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association, land for their show grounds and left his wealth to charity.
The Akaroa Cemetery is made up of three separate adjoining cemeteries of the past.
Ann Shelton Doublet (After Heavenly Creatures) (2001) Get the Adobe Flash Player to see this player, or download the MP3 below Sam Neill narrates an introduction to Ann Shelton, Doublet (After Heavenly
The floral clock was gifted to the citizens of Christchurch on 5 April, 1955
Mary Colborne-Veel was a well-known Christchurch poet, and was active in many fields of philanthropic and social reform work.