The exterior rear of Holly Lea residential home at 133 Fendalton Road, Fendalton.
Japanese students at Christchurch Polytechnic, Yuko Tada, left, and Hiroyuki Miyake, with paper cranes in remembrance of Hiroshima Day for a peace ceremony on the Avon River. Hiroshima Day...
A Russian seaman unloads frozen squid at Lyttelton.
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.
External Relations and Trade Minister, Don McKinnon, loading a trail bike into a container destined for Qui Nhon, Vietnam.
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.
Paul Sampson of Bank Print in Riccarton with a single day's worth of production from the Chectec printing system.
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.
Owen Sinclair, coordinator of Thorpe House, the City Mission detoxification centre for recovering alcoholics.
Two men playing table tennis in the Selwyn Street venue for Table Tennis Canterbury.
David Tait, a competitor at the New Zealand barbecue championships in Christchurch, checking his roast pork on the barbecue.
A protester dressed as a penguin with a placard sat outside the Antarctic Centre on Orchard Road.
Excavator reducing the size of a sand dune near Marine Parade.
Protest against the Government's Employment Contract Bill held outside the Autolodge on Papanui Road.
Angela Morgan and Gillian Kney who is holding Daisy Duck made by the Pegasus Peace and Environment Group, protesting pollution in the Waimakariri River.
People dressed in period costumes celebrate the Sumner centennial.
Close-up of batter Mandy Karatau of Hotel Russley-Burnside during a softball game with Lancaster Hotel-Suburbs at Cuthberts Green, Bromley.
Mural designed by Christchurch signwriter Gavin McKay, showing a pictorial history of New Brighton outside the Esplanade Tavern. Pictured is artist Clinton Burrell-Smith, creator of the mural, and...
Exterior of the Rolleston Hotel in Rolleston along Main South Road.
Mural outside the Esplanade Tavern, organised by Dominion Brewery, featuring a beach scene that received complaints from the public about it being offensive and a step back for women's rights...
James Jacques at Phillip King Bookseller's grab-a-bag promotion, Big Fresh Centre.
Kevin Hawthorn, retail manager, and Euleen Garlick, receptionist, of Postbank in the new ANZ bank building in Cathedral Square with a box during the move from the former Hereford Street premises.
Margaret Case and Phyllis MacDonald of Fred Price Courts, New Brighton, protesting the change of their local bus route.