Llew Summers with one of his sculptures.
Christchurch sculptor Llew Summers with some of his sculptures.
Sculpture by Neil Dawson used as part of street theatre in Christchurch.
A bomb disposal expert with a robot at Derwent Street, Bryndwr after two Second World War shells were found in the area. One of the shells was found in a resident's garage whilst they were sorting it...
Reporters asking an army bomb disposal expert about the robot used to remove Second World War shells found in Derwent Street, Bryndwr. One of the shells was found in a resident's garage whilst they...
Two boys examine a crater caused by a bomb disposal blast at Derwent Reserve just off Derwent Street in Bryndwr. A bomb disposal unit was used to remove Second World War shells found in a resident's...
The remains of a disused Lees Valley bridge over the Ashley River after it was blown up with gelignite and electric detonators. It was suspected that local ancharists caused the blast as anarchist...
Test of a mock mushroom cloud explosion by Anthony Lealand of Lucifer Fireworks Co at West Melton shooting range. The cloud will be part of a display at the peace festival in Christchurch.
Air New Zealand hostess, Sally Beaumont, presents flowers to Bella McElligott, on her flight to the West Coast to celebrate her 100th birthday.
Edith Edwards, 100, cuts her birthday cake with her niece, Freda Edwards and great-great niece, Kirstie MacMillan at Holly Lea residential home in Fendalton.
A crowd at Wings and Wheels airshow. Behind is a Fokker Friendship NZ2781.
Choir and orchestra members rehearse for the Christchurch Schools Music Festival in the Christchurch Town Hall.
Children from Addington School rehearsing for the Christchurch South schools' music festival.
Jo King, Farmers employee, takes her tea break in the Bowker Fountain in Victoria Square. She holds a cup of tea and an umbrella.
Fourth form pupils from Hagley High School on board the yacht, Tana, in Lyttelton Harbour. The yacht is skippered by maths teacher, Steve McIntosh (centre).
The original bowling green of the Elmwood Bowling Club in the process of being relaid. Bert Hay, the club president explains a process to members. Hugh Berry, on the far left, is supervising the...
Mr T. Y. Chan stood outside the First Church of Christ, Scientist building on Worcester Boulevard following its purchase by Mr Chan for conversion into the Chung Wah 2 restaurant.
Boxed jerseys and leisure wear produced at Lane Walker Rudkin being loaded into an Air New Zealand freighter for export to San Francisco. Pictured from left, Graeme Mollison (Meadows Airfreight), Paul...
Manager for Avanti clothing store Chris Bradley (right) and marketing manager Carole Prichard promoting designs by Caroline Moore.
Two people with Kuni Kuni pigs, and piglets, a breed which originates from China, at the Kenyon household on Hills Road.
Betty Kenyon at her home on Hills Road with a basket of Chihuahua dogs and puppies.
Kenyon family members at their home on Hills Road with two of the children holding lambs. Pictured are, from left, Frank Kenyon, Debbie Kenyon, Michael Kenyon (baby), Joanne Kenyon and Keith Kenyon.
An aerial view of Burnside High School and Greers Road.