William Rhodes Moorhouse

William Barnard Rhodes Moorhouse was a young man with a taste for speed which ultimately led to his own death in World War I, but also the deaths of two people, one on New Brighton Beach. Although born in England in 1887, through his mother he was affiliated to Taranaki, Ngati Tama and Te Ati…
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Digging Christchurch: Underground Overground Archaeology display

Underground Overground Archaeology have a fascinating collection of old stuff on display at South Library. A recent find is some old hats dug from the new Justice Precinct. The Christchurch landscape contains within it the clues to a long gone era of the city's history, when horse-drawn carriages took the place of cars, long skirts…
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