Anne Greenup, Landscape Architect at Waimairi Council shows Redwood Primary School pupils how to plant a tree for Arbor Day in Murchison Forest Park.
The Ministry of Transport building on the corner of Montreal Street and Cashel Street.
Nick van der Sande and Kim Clotworthy drive a team of six clydesdales at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Kate Lucy, 11, with Amberley, a donkey, at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Kelvin Wikaira, and son, Kelvin, with hot dogs at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Talei, Olivia and Nicholas Larson on the Ferris wheel at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Chris Buckley with two llamas at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Doris Smith with dolly birds she sells at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Chris Buckley with an alpaca at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
A sign outside the Lichfield Street TAB stating its closure due to a robbery.
Jean Hardcastle, manager of the Christchurch-Invercargill Stock Exchange.
The trading floor and quotation board at the Christchurch Stock Exchange.
Andrew Anderson, of Andersons Engineering, in his farm engineering workshop on Curries Road in Hillsborough.
Sue Cooke and Stephen Gleeson selling art work from a cart to raise funds for their friend and fellow artist Marian Maguire to study at the Tamarind Institute of Lithography in New Mexico.
Emma Giles, 11, with Katushka Grey Goblin, a Shetland pony, at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Workers outside the UEB Industries Limited spinning plant, Maces Road, Bromley.
Sarah Adams, granddaughter of Ernest Adams at the Phillipstown Ernest Adams bakery. She is working there whilst studying for a marketing degree.
Dorothy Hill-Holmes, president of the Electrical Association for Women which is due to wind up at the end of the month due to increasing numbers of women growing up with technology and no longer...
Auctioneer assistant, Hilary Hutchison, with a vintage telephone and Kodak 2C autographic special camera at a Watsons Auction and Real Estate auction.
Eva Gilmore, president of the Save the Children Fund North Canterbury, with donations of clothing and bedding for those affected by a cyclone in Suva.
Ken Oxford (left) and Peter Small at the Great Western Adventure wild west township, a paintballing game complex still under construction at Dodge City, Johns Road in Harewood.
Cecilia Tolan, assistant at Gallery 11 on Gloucester Street, with a wax doll brought to New Zealand in 1873.
Di Fisher, a member of the New Brighton Volunteer Fire Brigade and the first woman firefighter in Christchurch.
Exterior of the Towers motel at 7 Kilmarnock Street on the corner with Deans Avenue in Riccarton.