Doug Anderson supervises Nauru trainee, Preston Ilaia at the Regional Survey of Draughting School at the Solomon Islands College for Higher Education in Honiara. The school is funded as part New...
Firefighters replacing a punctured tyre on a fire engine outside the Royal George Tavern at 67 Fitzgerald Avenue.
View of the Cass Bay Labour Department explosives dump which local residents deem unsafe.
Police inspecting the scene of a suspected bomb blast outside Canterbury Tales bookshop in the Village Gate Shopping Mall in Merivale.
The window of the Canterbury Tales bookshop in the Village Gate Shopping Mall in Merivale, after a suspected bomb blast.
The damaged remains of a boat after it exploded at Scarborough boat ramp. The cause of the explosion was unknown.
Jessie Haworth of the Sing-Alongs about to cut the cake to celebrate the 200th programme in the Salvation Army Citadel. Pictured with her is Ray Lewis, the originator of the Christchurch Sing-Alongs...
Stephen Flanagan (bottom), Mrs May Evans, the branch president and Allen Horrell painting the interior of the Christchurch Senior Citizens Hall on Cashel Street.
Exterior of Lyndhurst Home at 58 Bealey Avenue shortly before its closure and conversion into an abortion clinic.
Exterior of Lyndhurst Home at 58 Bealey Avenue.
John Vryenhoek and John Mitchell, developers of Big Apple ice rink on the Brougham Street site during the early stages of construction.
Colleen Franklin, antique shop owner at Peerswick Mall on Church Corner Upper Riccarton, with a Victorian beaded bag.
Aerial view of central Christchurch looking west over Cranmer Square. Running alongside the square is Montreal Street with junctions to Armagh Street and Chester Street West and Kilmore Street on the...
Aerial view of the central city looking towards Latimer Square along Cashel Street, Hereford Street, Worcester Street, Gloucester Street. Barbadoes Street is running along the centre.
Aerial view of the central city looking west from Colombo Street with St Asaph Street and Tuam Street along the right. Durham Street South runs from the back left hand side.
Mr Dave Hawkey, Christchurch's sandwich board man, stood in the centre courtyard of the Arts Centre promoting the opening day of the market.
Mrs Mavis Smith, tutor for the basket making workshop at Aldersgate helping Vicki Jack making a wicker basket. Other attendees at the workshop are visible in the background.
Students at Avonside High School with money raised for the Southland flood victims relief fund. From left, Sharon Weastell, Sarah Edward, Lee-Anne Holden, Romina Manning and Lisa Greig.
PDL Holdings Ltd Staff in a warehouse packing industrial switchgear to be exported to the London, UK office.
Kirsty Craig, age 3, sat in an oversized chair created by Dunedin's Atlas Furniture Company, on display at the Canterbury Furniture Show at Addington Raceway.
Miss Debbie Andrew with Mrs Guinevere Newport (left) and Miss Semoa Voi (right) with flowers and fundraising box during Sei Day, a traditional Western Samoan celebration. Money raised goes towards the...
Laddie the five year old sheepdog-Labrador cross dog sitting on the front of the BMX bicycle modified by his owner Darren Jordan. On the back of the bike is Jordan's 10 week old kitten, Witchypoo, in...
Canterbury Softball Women's team. Back row, from left, M Bell (coach), T. Lutters, L. Alston, M. Hapuku, L. Leask, N. Beale, H. Johnson (captain) and Mrs M. Makison (chaperone). Front row, L. Parish...
Paralympic athletes Trish Hill and Graham Condon with their gold, silver and bronze medals won during marathon, slalom, Pentathlon and swimming relays at the Paralympic games in England.