Henrietta Canning (left) and Jean McGregor on one of The Star excursions for the elderly at the Horizon Restaurant at Christchurch Airport.
Ellen Tovey (left) and Linda Watts at the Canterbury Aged People's Welfare Council's party at the North Avon Road centre in Richmond.
Ethel Bell, working in the garden of her supported living cottage in Riccarton.
Stewart Betty, known as Stu, with his 90th birthday cake, featuring his sporting hobbies of bowls and golf, in his home in St Martins.
View of a bedroom at the newly opened Resthaven Salvation Army home on Colombo Street.
View of the lounge area at the newly opened Resthaven Salvation Army home on Colombo Street.
Sculpture work for the grounds surrounding newly constructed buildings by Rosemary Johnson at the Christchurch Teachers College, Ilam.
"Bowman 2" a sculpture at Stephen Clarke, on show at the Brooke Gifford Gallery, 112 Manchester Street."
Windwood, an art installation by Morgan Jones, at the Arts Centre.
Sculpture by Llew Summers on the lawn outside the Christchurch Town Hall as part of the Christchurch Arts Festival. Pictured is Trent Logan, 3, with his mother Ms Cornwell.
A Labour Department explosives store, near to the one which exploded in Cass Bay.
The remains of a Labour Department explosives store in Cass Bay which exploded.
Christchurch campaigners against the aluminium smelter at Aramoana beginning their convoy to Dunedin to meet other protesters. Pictured are, from left, Graeme Lob, Joy Ritchie, Cindy Cander Krogt...
Helen de Beer using a Hoffmann tufting gun at the Shirley carpet shop of her father, Frank de Beer.
Wool machines at the factory of Lane Walker Rudkin, 11 Durham Street, Sydenham.
Warren Fletcher with the new turntable ladder unit at the Central Fire Station on Kilmore Street.
Exterior of the Dunlop New Zealand Ltd tyre factory in Woolston.
Aerial view of Lyttelton Harbour and Lyttelton with ships docked in the port.
A woman tests an electronic self breath analyser.
A graph showing the annual alcohol consumption in New Zealand from 1882-1976.
A 2cm high Victorian carving of a hunter with dogs measured against a matchbox due to be auctioned by R. G. Bell auctioneers.
Unemployed queuing for jobs outside the Labour Department office in Cathedral Square.
Christchurch service station owners and members of the Canterbury Motor Trade Association in Wellington. They have travelled to Wellington meet the prime minister regarding the city's fuel drought...
Groups of people with placards protesting against abotion laws at the opening of Parliament in Wellington.