Starlet conservation week winners with their plant prizes. Pictured are, front from the left: Dawn Kershaw, Grant Brown, Sally Price, and Kim Kershaw. Middle row from the left: Karen Whitta, Jason...
Children in Cathedral Square for a presentation on ecology led by the Mayor Sir Hamish Hay.
Captain Geoff Cain with some of the explosives which have been found in Canterbury. The largest of these was found at Camp Bay.
Opawa School pupils Chris Jassett, Anna Miers and Sacha Cleverley in Halloween costumes.
The valve which will turn off the gas supply at the redundant gas works.
Aerial view of the gas works site with the Waltham Street bridge and Moorhouse Avenue in the foreground.
Members of the New Brighton Photographic Club with photographs of the demolition of the gas works.
Lyttelton Borough councillor, Nita Miles, collecting money for the inquiry into the LPG pipeline.
Aerial view of the Christchurch Teachers College campus at Ilam.
Steve Gerrand, director of the Christchurch Teachers College film unit, directing a film on Francis Hodgkins. Seated is actress Shaquelle Maybury.
Junior pupils at South Hornby Primary School planting trees for Arbor Day. Pictured are Craig Glen, Jeanette Tattersall, Clive Arona, Amanda Hann, Rex Adams, and Leah Mulholland.
Katrina and Tracy Walsh making Father's Day cards in the Canterbury Public Library.
View of the approach to the wharf at Quail Island from a boat.
Alister Stevens and Mark Robinson drive a delivery wagon, pulled by Maxwelton Sunset at the grand parade.
Ian Cromb, a former test cricketer turned cricket bat maker, using a band saw to make a cricket bat.
View of the beach at Quail Island.
Whitebaiters with nets at Kairaki near the mouth of the Waimakariri River.
Angela Jeeves with an equestrian show jacket being sold as part of the Jeeves family business, Equestrian Accessories.
Engineering Manager of McKay Engineering, J. Mann, in a skylift outside the factory on Ferry Road.
Carmen Abela quality checking a garment at Outbak Leatherware's manufacturing premises at 4 Riccarton Road.
Bill Wright of Marguerite Leatherwear Ltd with sheepskin coats at the New Brighton factory.
Art installation entitled "300 Steps" at Mount Gay in South Canterbury by sculptor, Morgan Jones.
Mansur Addison, 4, climbing on a Llew Summers sculpture.
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.