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Springbok rugby tour protesters on Ferrymead bridge

29 August 1981

A line of Springbok rugby tour protesters sat across Ferrymead Bridge. Facing them are a line of police with batons.

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Area: South East / Ferrymead

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Springbok rugby tour protesters in Victoria Square

22 July 1981

A large crowd of protesters against the Springbok rugby tour gathered in Victoria Square at the 'national day of shame rally' ahead of a march through the central city.

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Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - North

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Police and Springbok rugby tour protesters

15 August 1981

Police in riot gear drawing their batons against protesters who entered the pitch at Lancaster Park to demonstrate against the Springbok rugby tour.

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Area: South East / Phillipstown

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Police and Springbok rugby tour protesters

8 July 1981

A policeman using bolt cutters to remove the chains linking four Springbok rugby tour protesters, who had chained themselves to the first-floor level scaffolding outside the Canterbury Rugby Union offices on Manchester Street.

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Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - South

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Robert Muldoon with Springbok rugby tour protesters

13 July 1981

Protesters against the Springbok rugby tour clashing with the Prime Minister Robert Muldoon as he arrives at Pioneer Stadium ahead of Davis Cup tennis games. Police are shown restraining protesters as the PM passes.

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Area: South / Somerfield

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Springbok rugby tour protesters blocking the road

5 September 81

A group of Springbok rugby tour protesters blocking a car from passing through the intersection of Russley Road and Memorial Avenue.

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Area: North West / Burnside

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Map of the Springbok tour protest march

1 May 1981

Hand-drawn map of the Springbok tour protest march routes all leading towards Cathedral Square.

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Area: Central City / Cathedral Square

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Map of the Springbok tour protest route

15 August 1981

Hand-drawn map of the route taken by protesters against the Springbok rugby tour around Lancaster Park. Arrows on the map mark where confrontations with police occurred.

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Area: South / Somerfield

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Police and a Springbok rugby tour protestor

11 July 1981

Police in a scuffle with an anti-springbok tour demonstrator outside the venue, Wilding Park, of the Davis Cup tennis match between Great Britain and New Zealand. The incident happened as the Prime Minister, Mr Robert Muldoon, entered the stadium.

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Area: South / Somerfield

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