A Mount Cook Airline Hawker Siddeley 748 makes an emergency landing at Christchurch Airport.
Emergency vehicles with a Mount Cook Airline Hawker Siddeley 748 which made an emergency landing at Christchurch Airport.
Aerial view of Cranmer Courts on the corner of Montreal and Kilmore streets during the renovation of the site from the former Normal School.
The former Normal School building on the corner of Kilmore and Montreal streets shortly prior to conversion into Cranmer Courts apartments.
View of the Montreal Street side of the redevelopment project of the former Normal School buildings into Cranmer Courts, on the corner with Kilmore Street.
Views during the construction of garages for apartments at Cranmer Courts on the corner of Kilmore and Montreal Streets.
Pauline Mundy of Spalding with the company's golf balls produced at Spalding's Woolston plant on Radley Street.
Cees Stikkleman manufacturing ice skating boots at his Sheffield Crescent factory in Burnside.
Paul Stikkleman cutting leather for hand crafted ice skating boots at his father's factory on Sheffield Crescent in Burnside.
Demolition contractor, Terry Brichfield, with a gold mining screen he is building at the Christchurch Gasworks.
Sovereign Gold Mines gold recovery floating unit on the West Coast near Greymouth.
Brice Hori and Jamie Fitzgerald assemble a "laughing girl" display for the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show.
Crowds in the stands at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show at Addington showgrounds.
Emma Thomson, 10 riding a donkey, Kimberley Downs Kimba, at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show.
Mark (left) and John Bascand on a merry-go- round at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show.
Anthony Gilsenan, 18, in the wood chopping competition at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show.
Angela Wallace of Canterbury Venison ltd prepares a venison dish at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Bill Agnew with golf clubs at Spalding's Woolston plant on Radley Street.
Unemployed seeking advice at the Labour Department office in Cathedral Square.
An employment officer gives advice at the Labour Department social welfare office in Cathedral Square.
Tinned vegetables on the shelves at a Northlands SuperValue supermarket with some showcasing the use of barcoding.
Maureen Woodham, winner of the South Island Checkout Operator of the Year at one of the tills at a Hornby supermarket.
Brian Keeley, manager for Northlands SuperValue supermarket, with Harvey Smith, supermarket operations manager for GUS in the produce section.