Day four of our coverage of Prince Harry's tour of New Zealand has now finished.
Our coverage of his tour of the country will continue tomorrow. You can take a look at how his day in Christchurch unfolded below.
5:35pm: Visiting Canterbury University this afternoon Prince Harry has told the Student Volunteer Army (SVA) that "community comes first".
The prince spoke of how people were often more familiar with what was happening on social media sites like Facebook than what happened in their own communities.
"Everyone seems to be more connected with the world than with their own community," he said.
Harry heard from members of the SVA about its idea for a national service day - encouraging people around the country to give back to their communities.
"It's little things like that that make such a difference," he said.
Harry said he believed there were many former military people who still wanted to give back to their countries, so did so through volunteering, like the SVA did for Canterbury following its earthquake.
He believed the SVA model should be "replicated across the world".
Student Florence Hinder showed Harry the SVA's bike restoration project.
"It's about getting old bikes from the university that are left around, restoring them with students and giving them out to people who've had their bikes stolen."
Harry told her he "needed a bike" and was presented with a special gold-coloured model the SVA had restored especially for him.
"If he is willing to take it we'll happily give it to him, otherwise we'll auction it for Vanuatu," Hinder said.
Students and flatmates Stephanie Russell, Isabelle Smith and Sophie Smith showed Harry how the SVA's "green platoon" worked.
The gardening-based project sent students out to help members of the public with work that needed to be done in their gardens.
Harry had a go at planting a vegetable plant in a wooden planter box, which would later be donated to the Riccarton Community Garden.
"He told us he made a really good vegetable soup," Isabelle Smith said. "The girls in the crowd loved it. They said they could make a really good vegetable soup too."
Harry checked out a few other displays, including a food bank project involving Cobham Intermediate pupils and the SVA, and one from university students supporting Nepal following that country's magnitude-7.8 earthquake on April 25.
Harry shook his head at several members of the media who accidentally knocked over a message spelt out on the ground using tea-light candles.
The message read "NZ 4 Nepal".
Harry was then able to meet more members of the crowd, shaking hands and offering them cupcakes baked by students.
Hannah Frauenstein cheekily asked for the flowers Harry was holding, instead of a cupcake.
"He was the first boy to give me flowers," she said.
"It's love - definitely worth the hail."
Many students seemed reluctant to eat the cupcakes given to them by the prince.
"Why aren't you eating them" he asked one group.
As the prince left the university, Sophie Smith said the visit had been "divine".
"I didn't care about him before, but I do now."
4:30pm: Prince Harry has spent the afternoon at the University of Canterbury where he's been involved in a host of activities from gardening and meeting the Student Volunteer Army to handing out cup cakes.
3:15pm: Prince Harry has arrived at the University of Canterbury where he's met with the Student Volunteer Army (SVA). Harry sat on an upturned green wheelbarrow and was told about the origins of the SVA.
2:45pm: Fans waiting for a glimpse of Prince Harry on his arrival at the University of Canterbury have been left freezing as heavy rain, hail, thunder and lightning struck Christchurch.
1:30pm: Prince Harry has departed Cashel Street in Christchurch's CBD after huge crowds turned out to see him. The prince is scheduled to visit the Student Volunteer Army at the University of Canterbury at 3pm.
12.55pm: Huge crowds have flocked to the Christchurch CBD to catch a glimpse of Prince Harry.
12.33pm: Harry has left Quake City and is now greeting excited Canterbury fans on the streets of Christchurch.
12.20pm: Prince Harry is meeting firefighter Scott Shadbolt, who was awarded the NZ medal for bravery from The Queen for earthquake response, and Geoff Burns, a forensic photographer within disaster victim identification teams.
HRH with firefighter Scott Shadbolt who was awarded the NZ medal for bravery from The Queen for earthquake response pic.twitter.com/x8IRn5I86r— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) May 12, 2015
12.15pm: Captain Wales has met NZ Defence Force artist Captain Gaudie, whose artwork depicts the NZDF involvement in the immediate recovery efforts to the Christchurch earthquakes.
12.05pm: Prince Harry is now touring Quake City, a museum about the Canterbury earthquakes.
11.45am: Prince Harry has hoped on the New Regent Street tram with Prime Minister John Key and Gerry Brownlee.
11.05am: Royal correspondent Robert Jobson says Prince Harry is running about 30 minutes late for the Quake City engagement.
10:54am: Police dogs are checking Cathedral Square ahead of the royal's arrival and fans are lining the streets with messages for the prince.
Prince Harry always draws a crowd! He'll be arriving in Christchurch shortly... pic.twitter.com/fBz96TgUmk— Chris Urquhart (@chrisurquhart) May 11, 2015
And a better version - police checking Cathedral Square ahead of Prince Harry's arrival - via Joe Johnson pic.twitter.com/R8Iocwd2S3— Nicole Mathewson (@NicoleMathewson) May 11, 2015
10.42am: Crowds are begging to assemble to greet Prince Harry on Cashel St in Christchurch.
9.15am: Prince Harry arrives at 11am at the RNZAF base on Orchard Rd and will be doing a public walkabout at Cashel Mall Re:START at 12.20pm.
Prince Harry will be in Christchurch today! He arrives at 11am at the RNZAF Base on Orchard Rd and will be doing... http://t.co/VJUHiJZi20— Christchurch Airport (@CHC_Airport) May 11, 2015
8.45am: Breakfast reporter Hannah Mills says Prince Harry's visit to Christchurch will be the fourth time a royal family member will be visiting the city since the 2011 quakes.
She said several retailers were getting into the royal spirit.
8.00am: Today he will meet with Prime Minister John Key and tour Christchurch, taking a tram ride to Cashel St and Quake City, where he will go on a walkabout and meet the public at the Re:Start Mall.
Later he is scheduled to visit the University of Canterbury.