Tractors on Colombo Street as part of the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show parade.
Operator Cecilia Peoples with the last corded telephone switchboard in Christchurch at Arthur Barnetts at 146 Cashel Street.
Paul Sampson of Bank Print in Riccarton with a single day's worth of production from the Chectec printing system.
Erolia Ifopo (left) and Liz Sugrue of the Performing Arts Theatre flipping a pancake on Shrove Tuesday.
A Russian seaman unloads frozen squid at Lyttelton.
The concrete (right) and steel cement silos (left) at Gladstone Quay, Lyttelton.
Workers completing the interior of the concrete silo at Gladstone Quay, Lyttelton.
Concrete panels being erected at the new warehouse for Defiance Flour Mill on the corner of Selwyn Street and Moorhouse Avenue.
A firefighter clearing away an acid spill from a truck at the Sockburn roundabout.
Brian Cosslett of the Wai-Ora Trust Conservation Corps at Wai-Ora nursery, Watsons Road, Harewood with native plants to be planting along the banks of the Waimakariri River.
John Fisher with father, David Fisher, of H. Fisher and Son art dealers at 691 Colombo Street.
Senior Sergeant Mike Moore with boxes of nails used in the nail bombing of Sydenham police station on Stanley Street.
A police owned house at 149 Halswell Road cordoned off after a bomb was detonated at the property.
Police investigators at the scene of a nail bomb attack at Sydenham police station on Stanley Street.
Reverend Graham Redell (left) of the New Zealand Temperance Alliance and Mark Brown at the launch of the Zero Is Safe campaign against alcohol abuse.
Owen Sinclair, coordinator of Thorpe House, the City Mission detoxification centre for recovering alcoholics.
The exterior rear of Holly Lea residential home at 133 Fendalton Road, Fendalton.
External Relations and Trade Minister, Don McKinnon, loading a trail bike into a container destined for Qui Nhon, Vietnam.
Sandy Newell cleaning a St John Ambulance while Richard Cooper is cleaning a miniature version ahead of the St John Ambulance Service open day at the headquarters on Peterborough Street.
Nigel Edmonds, senior apprentice at the Christchurch Botanic Gardens and winner of the 1991 P.C. Brownlee Scholarship, taking a break from pruning a tree.
Park Royal Hotel chefs, Thierry Jacoby, Enzo Potami, and Graeme Kerr, prepare for the Festival Italiano.
Members of the Canterbury Tales restaurant at the Park Royal Hotel, Kim Muir, Douglas Martell, Thierry Jacoby, and Richard Cross, who won the Hotel Restaurant of the Year award.
Emma Barrack, Patricia Proctor, Ross Ritchie and Stewart Taylor Hanging mobiles in City Mall.
People dressed in period costumes celebrate the Sumner centennial.