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A photograph submitted by Andrew Panckhurst to the QuakeStories website. The description reads, "Peter Symms being cared for shortly after being rescued by Mike Ryan (with blooddy jacket) from the Regent Building in Cathedral Square on 22 February 2011. Originally posted on the CHCH EQ Photos Facebook page".

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A montage of photographs of the creation of the installation 'Tonic'. The installation is part of the LUXCITY event. Tutors: Annabel Pretty, Cesar Wagner, Peter McPherson

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A photograph captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "A view from Cambridge Terrace towards Cathedral Square. The partially deconstructed Hotel Grand Chancellor no longer dominates the sky line. Here it appears between the PricewaterhouseCoopers building on the left and the Novotel Hotel on the right".

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Damage to the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament. Looking through the fence on to the side and front where shipping containers are being used to support the walls. On the cordon are signs that say 'Danger. Demolition in Progress. No Entry', and 'Monitored construction alarms. Site secured. No Unauthorised entry'.

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A photograph of SPCA Field Officer Vanessa Hampton releasing a pigeon at SPCA Canterbury as a symbol of love, hope and renewal. The pigeon was named Barney Rubble due to the fact that it was found amongst the rubble and debris of the ChristChurch Cathedral.

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Members of the public view the damaged tower of Christ Church Cathedral. Bracing has been placed on the front wall to the right to limit further damage. In the centre of the crowd stands a wire cage filled with stones. After the earthquake, love notes to Christchurch were written on the stones.

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Looking across an empty site on the corner of Colombo and Hereford Streets where several buildings have been demolished, the Ibis Hotel and ANZ building are visible in the background. Taken on a day when a walkway was opened up between Re:Start Mall and Cathedral Square to allow temporary public access.

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A photograph captioned by BeckerFraserPhotos, "A view from Cambridge Terrace towards Cathedral Square. The partially deconstructed Hotel Grand Chancellor no longer dominates the sky line. Here it appears between the PricewaterhouseCoopers building on the left and the Novotel Hotel on the right".

Videos, UC QuakeStudies

A video of Lianne Dalziel speaking to a public gathering about her reasons for standing for the mayoralty of Christchurch. Dalziel talks about starting her mayoralty where Share an Idea left off, making the Council a high performing team, and getting the community involved in the decisions about the future of the city. The video also includes footage of Dalziel taking a tour of the Christchurch central city. Dalziel visits the ChristChurch Cathedral, pointing out a sign which reads, "The earthquakes stopped us, but inept procedures are killing us". She also visits the new Westende Jewellers building, which she notes was the first rebuild in the Christchurch central city but will come down as part of CERA's Transport Plan. Dalziel is shown socialising with members of the public and watching the Christchurch Wizard bless New Regent Street.

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A view down Colombo Street of a team of Fire Service and Search and Rescue personnel using a crane to check the Forsyth Barr building for people trapped by the 22 February 2011 earthquake. Behind them the broken tower of the Christ Church Cathedral can be seen.

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A video of an interview with Joe Bennett, columnist and Lyttelton resident, about his experiences during the 22 February 2011 earthquake, and his hopes for post-quake Christchurch. This video was part of The Press's 'Christchurch, one year after February 22, 2011' series.

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A video of journalist Charlie Gates introducing the 2014 World Buskers Festival. Gates revisits the performance venues for former festivals to show how the central city has changed since the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes.

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Workers eat lunch at an outdoor table next to the Gap Filler Community Chess Set on Colombo Street. The Chess Set was a collaboration between Gap Filler and students at the University of Canterbury. The project aimed to restore the iconic Christchurch Chess Set that used to be played in Cathedral Square.

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Two diggers on top of a pile of rubble inside the partially demolished Ozone Dressing Sheds building. The photographer comments, "The Ozone must have suffered in the February earthquake more than people thought. They were starting to repaint it inside, but it looks like they must have run out of filler".

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People look through the cordon fence at the corner of Colombo and Hereford Streets. On the left is the former site of Camera House, and on the right is the ANZ building, with its ground floor windows boarded up. Taken on a day when a walkway was opened up between Re:Start Mall and Cathedral Square to allow temporary public access.

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A video showing members of the SPCA standing for two minutes in silence a week after the 22 February 2011 earthquake, in memory of those who lost their lives. A pigeon, found in the ChristChurch Cathedral after the quakes, is released at the end of the two-minutes' silence.

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A photograph of an alleyway between Gloucester Street and Cathedral Square. There is a pile of rubble near the end of the alleyway, fallen from the earthquake-damaged Base Backpackers building, behind the former Canterbury Times building on Gloucester Street. Scaffolding has also been constructed up the side of Base Backpackers.

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People stand beside the cordon fence on the Worcester Street bridge. The photographer comments, "This was some of the many people waiting for the White Lights of Hope to be turned on, but when they were we hardly noticed. Sadly it was a big disappointment".