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Encyclopedia > Waltham, New Zealand
Suburb: Waltham
City: Christchurch
Island: South Island
Surrounded by:
 to the north Phillipstown
 to the east Opawa
 to the south Saint Martins
 to the west Sydenham

Waltham is an inner suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand, located two kilometres southeast of the city centre. State Highway 73, part of Christchurch's ring road system, runs through the suburb, as does the Heathcote River and the Christchurch - Lyttelton rail corridor. The Christchurch gasworks was located at the inner boundary of Waltham until its closure ca. 1980


The suburb (as defined by the Statistics New Zealand meshblock) is about 1 km², much of which is occupied by light and heavy industry - the residential population is less than 1000. The suburb ranks below average in income and high in unemployment. Amenities include Jade Stadium, Christchurch's international rugby and cricket venue, and Waltham Lido pool


External links

Map of Waltham (statistics NZ) (http://www.nowwhere.com.au/StatsNZ/Locator/Default.aspx?txtTown=Waltham&NZSearch=General)


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Waltham, New Zealand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (205 words)
Waltham is an inner suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand, located two kilometres southeast of the city centre.
Waltham was originally part of the Sydenham borough and was incorporated into the City of Christchurch in 1903.
The suburb (as defined by the Statistics New Zealand meshblock) is about 1 km², much of which is occupied by light and heavy industry - the residential population is less than 1000.
CHARLES BRAY's New Zealan Journal (5842 words)
New Zealand itÂ’s always been known to be firmly to Britain that it was long considered as the Britain of the South Pacific.
New Zealand is slightly larger in area than the United Kingdom but has a population of only 3.4 million, 74 per cent of whom live on the North Island.
New Zealand was the first country to give women the vote in 1893, and the treaty of Waitangi in 1840 gave Maori and Europeans equal rights as citizens.
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