Press pictures of the week

21:43, Jul 27 2014
Ernst and Young demolition
COMING DOWN: The demolition of the former Ernst & Young building on Cambridge Tce.
Arts Centre gymnasium
CHEEKY: Joe Gregg, aged 6, at the reopening of the newly strengthened gymnasium at Christchurch Arts Centre.
Canterbury lambs
CUTIES: A pair of winter lambs snapped at a North Canterbury farm.
Felicity Lowen
WORTHY CAUSE: Felicity Lowen swims 16 kilometres on her 16th birthday to raise money for cancer.
Micky's new home
ROOF OVER HIS HEAD: Micky, who has been living rough on Christchurch's streets, is rapt to move into a council flat in Sydenham.
Crusaders v Sharks
NICE TRY: Johnny McNicholl scores for the Crusaders at the Super 15 rugby semi-final in Christchurch.
Waipara Pub
CONTROLLED BURN: Firefighters reminisce as the remains of the Waipara Pub, which was badly damaged by fire last month, are burnt down on Saturday.
Corporal Jason Sturley
IN TRAINING: Corporal Jason Sturley, 46, is not letting his disability get in the way as he prepares for the inaugural Invictus Games at the Selwyn Aquatic Centre.
I Like Your Form art
EEL TRAP: Lonnie Hutchinson with her artwork called I Like Your Form, which is being installed at The Commons in Kilmore St, Christchurch.

Another week another demolition in central Christchurch, a Christchurch man living rough is given a new home, and the Crusaders trounce the Sharks at AMI Stadium.


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