Firefighters removing LPG cylinders during a garage fire on Stanton Crescent in Hoon Hay.
Police car blocking Colombo Street in Sydenham outside the Firehouse night club at no. 293 after three bombs were discovered.
Police and explosive experts at the Firehouse night club at 293 Colombo Street in Sydenham where two bombs were defused and third exploded.
A bomb disposal officer looks behind a fence to where two bombs were defused at the Firehouse night club at 293 Colombo Street in Sydenham.
View looking south off Quail Island at low tide showing the bones of a shipwrecked boat. Teddington/Church Bay just visible in the background. Quail Island was a favourite spot for excursions.
A convoy of trucks and other vehicles passing the new Transport House on Kilmore Street in protest at the Transport Law Reform Bill.
Releasing 100 balloons from the top of the Bridle Path to commemorate women who ran sheep stations in the 19th century.
The Governor General's representative, Mr Hapi Winiata, an elder of the Northern Te Arawa tribe, addresses the crowd at the Okains Bay Waitangi Day celebrations.
The Wizard with a Waitangi Day protester.
Waitangi Day commemorations
Pupils of Te Waipounamu Girls' College, Christchurch, sing welcome songs to the visitors at the Okains Bay Waitangi Day commemorations.
Waltham Primary School students with Mayor, Vicki Buck, planting trees for Arbor Day. Pictured is Stacy Ruki.
Vicki Buck with the general manager of the Vacation Inn, Gordon Wilson, and the maintenance manager, Russell Logan.
Exterior and grounds of Coronation Hospital in Huntsbury.
Southbridge Topaz and other goats in a parade at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Tractors on Colombo Street as part of the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show parade.
Florence the Llama at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
David Partridge, snowboard manufacturer of Snostix in his workshop in a warehouse near the Estuary.
Geoff White and Paul Zarifeh of 7th Wave Wetsuit.
Bruce McIntyre, creator of MacPac Wilderness Equipment.
Bill Nolan with cans of Southern Alps Whitebait caught in the South Westland river.
Liam O'Brien of New Brighton welding a bicycle frame. He is one of only 40 people in the world with a licence to work on quality cycle tubing made in the British midlands.
The computer control room of the Ngahere dredge.
Hornby Rugby League Football Club 1989. Junior Kiwi Tour Papua New Guinea. 3 players made the touring junior team that toured Papua New Guinea and went unbeaten, all belonged to Hornby Club.