Billboards of enlarged black and white photographs of some of Lyttelton’s lost heritage buildings are gracing our port town. Don’t miss this poignant exhibition by Jae Renaut.
Four years have passed since Canterbury was shaken awake at 4:35am by a magnitude 7.1 earthquake. We commemorate this momentous milestone in our city’s history.
Cecil Malthus’ letters and telegrams tell his story of the First World War.
You can follow him now on Twitter at @malthus_letters. He writes to My own dear Hazel from April 1914 to his discharge in April 1917.