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Tiromoana Bush Walk

In the Hurunui district, about an hour north of Christchurch, lies Waipara, from where the Mt Cass road leads east towards the coast. A mix of sealed and unsealed, the road snakes for 10km until the unassuming car park for the Tiromoana bush walk appears. 761 more words

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The Creepy Christmas Concert

The hilarious thing is, I actually wrote a post for Thursday. And I thought I hit ‘submit’, when in reality I hit ‘draft’ again, so it was just sitting in my drafts sections until I took a look this morning. 533 more words


Reasons To Love Canterbury

Canterbury is such an amazing city that it deserves a post dedicated to it. I’m so lucky to live just a few miles (one short bus journey) from it. 479 more words


Hawkins Brown - CSA MULTISTORY Lecture

The ninth CSA MULTISTORY lecture (2014-15 series) was by David Bickle of Hawkins Brown.

Hawkins\Brown is a London based architectural practice formed in 1988 by Roger Hawkins and Russell Brown. 276 more words


East Architecture & Landscape - CSA MULTISTORY Lecture

The eighth CSA MULTISTORY lecture (2014-15 series) was by Judith Loesing of East Architecture & Landscape.

East is an award winning architecture, landscape and urban design practice established in London since 1995. 146 more words


Last Will & Testament of Amelia Mary Coleman

LAST WILL & TESTAMENT of Amelia Mary Coleman dated 24th JULY 1908
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This is the written document marked “A” referred to in the Affidavit of FREDERICK WILLIAM JOHNSTON sworn before me this 28th day of February 1912. 1,888 more words


A change from the norm.

We are having the busiest weekend that we’ve had in a long time, and it’s been brilliant!

Up until Friday my week had been awful. I had managed to cry three times at work in one day, push everyone away who was trying to help me and generally mope around bring miserable. 347 more words