Memorial in Kirwee to Colonel James De Renzie Brett (1809-1889). Unveiled by his son in 1930. An image from the Discovery Wall.
Podcast – Living the life we value
Episode of local human rights radio show, Speak up - Kōrerotia. With resources on the topic of wellbeing economics and the living wage.
1972 Lady Wigram Trophy
Do you know who won the Lady Wigram trophy 50 years ago? Explore the Lady Wigram race from 1972 through images that we have in our collection.
Experiencing Lunar New Year at Christchurch City Libraries
Hong explains the Chinese lunar new year tradition of the lion dance. Join us for this and more lunar new year activities!
Reading Challenge for 2022
Try our Reading Challenge, stretch your reading comfort zone by selecting books in 25 different categories provided below. Try some of the searches you can run
Cruise Ship at Lyttelton Harbour: Picturing Canterbury
View of a P&O Cruise Ship, Star Princess, leaving Lyttelton Harbour, 2004. An image from Canterbury Stories.
If I could talk to the animals? – Laura Jean McKay’s ‘The Animals in That Country’
Fee reads Laura Jean McKay's award-winning novel, 'The animals in that country' in which a pandemic makes humans able to hear animal voices.
Book adaptations for movies and series: Is this just the beginning?
Netflix and other streaming companies are relying more and more heavily on books to provide storylines for their movies and series.
Best of the year 2000 to 2021
By Donna R14/01/2022
We've been gathering the best books of the year since 2000 - that's 21 years of Best Books / Fave Reads. Have a look at Donna's favourite books for the last 21 years!
Waitangi Day in Christchurch and Canterbury – Sunday 6 February & Monday 7 February 2022
Find out what's happening on Waitangi Day in Ōtautahi.
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