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JOHN KIRK-ANDERSON/Fairfax NZ
WHITE-OUT: Sugarloaf stands out clearly from the snow coating Christchurch's Port Hills.
HISTORIC SCENE: The Sign of the Kiwi sits atop Cashmere Hill surrounded by snow.
CAREFULLY DOES IT: Michael Heinzel and his children, Rosalie and Ferdinand Defregger use ski poles to walk to school through the snow on Centaurus Road.
SNOW AND ROADWORKS: Christchurch ... so pretty and yet so not.
CAREFUL COMMUTE: Dyers Pass Rd has reopened this morning after being closed overnight.
THE SAFE OPTION: Rapaki resident Melaina Targett walks down the hill.
SHOVELLING: Rapaki Rd resident Shaun Campbell clears his driveway on Wednesday morning.
GLEAMING: Sun shines on the Port Hills during a brief break in the snow storm on Tuesday afternoon.
OMINOUS: Storm clouds gather over Christchurch on Tuesday.
SUGARLOAF: Skies clear briefly yesterday afternoon to show the snow dusting across the Port Hills.
DRIVING HARD: Runners battle the elements at Halswell Quarry during yesterday's secondary school cross country championships.
CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPION: Senior boys winner Ben Musson, of Papanui, pictured at the rear, with Matt Dryden, of Catholic Cathedral, in front.
SHIVERING: Boys' High pupils shiver at the annual Christ's College vs Christchurch Boys' High School rugby game at Rugby Park yesterday.
GROOMING: About 15 centimetres of new snow fell at Mt Hutt skifield on Monday night.
SNOW MAKING: Machines were in action at Mt Hutt skifield yesterday with temperatures sitting at -8 degrees Celsius.
PRETTY AS A PICTURE: Port Hills dusted with snow yesterday morning.
COVERED: Snow in Little Akaloa Rd on Tuesday.
WHITE OUT: Snow on the Canterbury foothills on Tuesday, as seen from Press House in Gloucester St.
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