Through the Shop Window is an exhibition featuring archaeology and stories of the 1860s shops that stood on the site of Te Pae.
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Antarctica protester: Picturing Canterbury
A protester dressed as a penguin with a placard sitting outside the Antarctic Centre, 1991. An image from the Discovery Wall.
The Rest is Drag – RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under
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Podcast: Children’s rights and wellbeing after COVID
How have New Zealand's COVID-19 lockdowns affected children's rights and wellbeing? Erin Gough (Office of the Children's Commissioner) and Carol Mutch (University of Auckland) introduce us to the range of experiences which children have faced during these unprecedented times.
Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag: WWI soldiers’ gear
Annie looks into the sorts of clothing and equipment that was carried by WWI soldiers.
Nursing on the high seas: Hospital ships in WWI
In the lead up to Anzac Day Alison looks at life on board WWI hospital ships.
Cecil Malthus in WWI: The teacher in the trenches
Annie looks at the WWI experiences of teacher, Cecil Malthus.
Unknown Soldier: Picturing Canterbury
Unknown Soldier, 1910s. An image from the Discovery Wall.
The first nurses of WWI
In the lead up to Anzac Day Alison looks at how the first nurses joined the war effort, including Christchurch nurse, Sister Louie McNie.
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