Adopted children from Romania at the Inter Country Adoption Support Group. Pictured are, from left, Andrew, Laura, Natasha, Juliana and Razvan.
Eileen McDavitt, 95, (left) and Rose McCloy, 95, celebrating at the Nonagenarians' tea party hosted by the Pegasus branch of the Lioness' Club.
Steven Gale with donations collected for Romanian orphans at the Linwood New World Supermarket.
Barry Gwynne sorting out donations for Operation Good Samaritan the Carlyle Street railway sheds ahead of being shipped to the Pacific Islands for victims of a cyclone.
Dion Wall and Fern McAllister of the Puawai Dancers dancing in Cathedral Square to raise funds for the victims of Cyclone Ofa.
Petariki Ngarimu (front) and Sumara Fraser of the Puawai Dancers performing in Cathedral Square to raise funds for victims of Cyclone Ofa.
Maureen Haynes (with hands raised) and volunteers from Christchurch Boys High School packing donations for victims of Cyclone Ofa in a Sydenham warehouse.
External Relations and Trade Minister, Don McKinnon, loading a trail bike into a container destined for Qui Nhon, Vietnam.
Sculpture of Wrestlers by Llew Summers to be placed in the daffodil lawn at the Botanic Gardens.
Councillor, Carole Evans, and her granddaughter, Lauren, with a panel from the Fabulous Races sculpture by Bing Dawe.
Noel Gregg pushes a supporting post into place as Bing Dawe sculpture, Fabulous Races, is settled into its new Cathedral Square home.
A Toyota Hiace van after a bomb was detonated under its bonnet outside the showroom of Liteview Industries at 1 Birmingham Drive, Riccarton.
Canterbury Museum led archaeological dig at Kaiapohia Pa, Woodend.
Interior view of a stained glass window next to the pulpit in St Mary's Catholic Church at 373 Manchester Street.
Interior of stained glass windows, mezzanine level and main entrance to St Mary's Catholic Church at 373 Manchester Street.
Interior view of a stained glass window in St James Anglican Church at 69 Riccarton Road, Riccarton.
Interior view of the altar and stained glass window at St Andrew's College Chapel, 347 Papanui Road, Strowan
Interior view of the rear stained glass window at St Andrew's College Chapel, 347 Papanui Road, Strowan
Exterior and grounds of St Andrew's College Chapel, 347 Papanui Road, Strowan.
Detail above the entranceway to St Andrew's College Chapel, 347 Papanui Road, Strowan.
Exterior view of Mother Hubbards, originally built between 1865-66 in Oxford Terrace in central Christchurch. In 1907 it was moved to 159 Armagh Street.
View of Mona Vale weir and grounds with the homestead visible in the background.
Exterior of the Canterbury Club on the corner of Cambridge Terrace and Worcester Boulevard.
Journalism student, Cherie Buchan, with an 1881 American Caligraph typewriter, ahead of it being sold at an auction.