Captain Geoff Cain with some of the explosives which have been found in Canterbury. The largest of these was found at Camp Bay.
Michael Norris, age 4, learning to drive an excavator digger at Drive World at QEII Park.
Sarona Ai'ono and Leua Iosefa at the George Benson Concert Western Springs.
The Ai'ono family sitting on the steps in front of the New Brighton War Memorial on Marine Parade. Family members are Fa'asala and Savea Malaki with daughter Saunoa and granddaughter Melany.
O'Hagan and Iosefa Families opening wedding gifts from Sean O'Hagan and Asimanogi O'Hagan's wedding at the Iosefa home in Karlaw Place.
Sean O'Hagan, Liam O'Hagan, Asimanogi O'Hagan and Lagi Iosefa opening Sean and Asi's wedding presents at their Karlaw Place home in Parklands.
Kim Joyce's Christening at St Joseph's Parish Church. Left - right: Ra Brown, his wife Sue. Kim's father George Morete, myself, Pip Joyce, holding Kim. St Joseph's on main North Rd, has been...
Ai'ono family seated on the steps at the New Brighton War Memorial along Marine Parade. Baby Nina Ai'ono is in the pram, with Grandmother Fa'asala and Granddaughter Saunoa sitting on the steps.
Exterior of Smiths City Market at 156 Colombo Street in Sydenham.
Illegal advertising sign for fish and chips attached to the back of a car parked on Pages Road, Wainoni.
A rider, Miss Sue Morrish, dressed as a knight riding on a horse, Nordick, through Helmores Lanes, North Hagley Park for the filming of a commercial for a Christchurch firm.
Chairman of the Canterbury Youth Groups Promotion Council Mrs J. Hay (centre) with, from left, Catherine McLachlan, Kate Husband, Lee McIntyre, Glen McConnell, Darryl Forsyth, Christine Parsons...
Bishop Ashby with staff and pupils inside one of the new buildings during a blessing to mark the opening.
Exterior and signage of Leinster House restaurant, Merivale.
Interior of the Sequoia Room restaurant, with food set out buffet style, at the DB Redwood Court Motor Hotel on Main North Road, Redwood.
Miss Shirley Tolchard, celebrating 45 years working in the clothing industry, sat at one of the sewing machines at Deanes clothing factory on Wairakei Road.
Steve Saundeson (left) and Dave Whiten, founders of Cane Furniture Manufacturers Ltd, Riccarton. The pair are pictured in their wheelchairs in their factory during the construction of a cane chair.
Mr Riki Tainui packing weighted curd into hoops before it is tightly packed into blocks at Barry's Bay cheese factory in Akaroa.
Mr Ian George stacking cheese blocks in the large cool store at Barry's Bay cheese factory in Akaroa.
Exterior of Dalgety Real Estate and Travel at 287A Wairakei Road, Bryndwr. Adjacent shops include Helene's Hair Studio, the Doo-Duck Inn burger restaurant and Wairakei Butchery Ltd.
John Whiting a Papanui detective, with three kittens in his hat after finding them whilst on patrol in the Coutts Island area.
Taken from above, a view down to the Samoan Congregational Christian Church Hall in Woolston during a traditional banquet to mark the opening of the hall.
Children gathered around a table at the Samoan Congregational Christian Church Hall in Woolston during a traditional banquet to mark the opening of the hall.
A floating cuboid designed by seventh form art student Mark Barrett at Hornby High School. Barrett is shown holding the art piece with other students and the exterior of the school in the background.