Waitangi Day commemorations
Riccarton Mall manager, Ray Morris, checks the evacuation board during a drill with firefighter, Nick Downs.
An antique music box, owned by a Christchurch collector.
Dick Hills and Pam Rogers with vintage gramophones at the Vintage Phonographic Society activity day held at Ferrymead Historic Park.
Kit Hollis, a carpenter, with the new entranceway for the Jellie Park Aqualand complex.
Sarah Chisnall (left), fashion designer, with Christchurch Polytechnic tutors Helen McLaughlan (centre) and Zora Price who teach a Basic Industrial Machining and Patterns course and a Careers in...
Staff at the Hereford Street branch of National Bank participating in a disaster rescue exercise with the Red Cross Emergency Relief Team. The "victim" on the stretcher is Rodd Hutton, the bank's...
Lisa Nankivell tending to "victim" Tim McHugh as part of the Order of St John's regional youth competition to demonstrate emergency rescue skills at Christchurch Polytechnic.
Ethel Sotheran burning a power bill duirng a protest against increased power and telephone bill charges in Cathedral Square.
Ethel Sotheran with her stepladder ahead of staging a protest in Cathedral Square against the cost of power and telephone bills.
Exterior and grounds of Coronation Hospital in Huntsbury.
Jim Clayden, owner, with the staff of Rangiora Printing Service.
Soren O'Neil teaches Maree Wiletts how to use a chainsaw at a practical skills course for Otautahi Women's Labour Pool in Harewood.
Karen Wason, employment officer at New Zealand Employment Services, with the job search board at the service office in Beckenham.
Precious McKenzie (right) a flyweight expert weightlifter showing what is happening to Barry Stove's spine as he moves a heavy drum during a handling session for Air New Zealand staff at Christchurch...
Ian Clarke of Shenley Orchard on the corner of Wairakei and Russley Roads.
Perry Trevella (left), Don Brokenshire and John Cave with apples to be loaded for export onto the Peruvian Reefer at Lyttelton.
Countdown Rotherham Street Riccarton manager, Colin Taylor with newly introduced coin operated trolleys. The store is the first in New Zealand to introduce the system.
Senior Station Officer Colin Elkins checking the fire equipment at Sockburn station.
Southbridge Topaz and other goats in a parade at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Florence the Llama at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
David Partridge, snowboard manufacturer of Snostix in his workshop in a warehouse near the Estuary.
Geoff White and Paul Zarifeh of 7th Wave Wetsuit.
Bruce McIntyre, creator of MacPac Wilderness Equipment.