The sculptures around the 'marae' always intrigue me.
The butterfly lakelets are one of my favourite spots in the Square,
and at present the roses near it look magnificent.
This sculpture by Paul Dibble, of the extinct Huia, is another of his precious works in the city.
There is a 'pall' hanging over this landmark on the edge of the Square, All Saints church.
It has been discovered to have very low strength for a major earthquake and will be closed soon-
until it can be decided if strengthening is affordable.
I love wandering through the Square on Highland Pipes Day-
you get to hear and see groups from all round the country practising and performing.