Shore to Rise - Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism's Industry Blog

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      Canterbury makes the headlines in May

      31 May 2016 - Check out our favourite media results that showcase the variety of domestic and international media that have visited the city and region over the past few months.

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      • Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism,
      • Media,
      • 5 Year Anniversary,
      • Creativity,
      • Architecture,
      • Food and Wine,
      • Christchurch City,
      • Street Art

      Canterbury makes the headlines in March

      9 March 2016 - Check out our favourite media results that showcase the variety of domestic and international media that have visited the city and region over the past few months.

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      • Media,
      • Social media

      Budding Instagrammers descend on Akaroa

      8 March 2016 - Over the past weekend CCT alongside Black Cat Cruises hosted our fourth InstaMeet. Attended by over 70 photographers and Instagram enthusiasts this meant this was our biggest InstaMeet to date. CCT was blown away by the response and also the coverage this generated was exceptional.

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      • Media,
      • Aoraki / Mount Cook Mackenzie,
      • Social media

      Canterbury makes the headlines

      4 August 2015 - Our picks for six media results that showcase the variety of domestic and international media that have visited the city and region over the past quarter.

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      • Marketing,
      • Media

      Filtering out the phonies

      12 March 2014 - With so many bloggers, journalists, and film crews around, how do you decipher the genuine, from those that promise the world without delivering anything?

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