A firefighter clearing away an acid spill from a truck at the Sockburn roundabout.
Stryker Six, the first of three new fire engines for Christchurch Airport.
Three generations of the Edmonds family at the Thomas Edmonds Restaurant, in the Thomas Edmonds band rotunda on Cambridge Terrace. Pictured (from left) are Ray Edmonds, his granddaughter, Miriam...
Exterior of the Rhodes Memorial Convalescent home at 34 Dyers Pass Road, Cashmere.
Exterior of the Rhodes Memorial Convalescent home including the rose garden at 34 Dyers Pass Road, Cashmere.
Lyndsay Meager adds the finishing touches to the Southern Encounter Aquarium of Discovery prior to its opening in the former Regent Theatre building in Cathedral Square.
Aaron Howell of the Otago Fish and Game Society with an 8kg brown trout supplied by the society's hatchery in Wanaka for display at the Southern Encounter Aquarium of Discovery in Cathedral Square.
Catering students from the Polytechnic Performing Arts Trust preparing food in a kitchen in Cashel Chambers at 27 Cashel Street for a market in the former Canterbury Horticultural Society building on...
Brian Cosslett of the Wai-Ora Trust Conservation Corps at Wai-Ora nursery, Watsons Road, Harewood with native plants to be planting along the banks of the Waimakariri River.
Canterbury Museum led archaeological dig at Kaiapohia Pa, Woodend.
Scenes of firefighters preparing to board the container ship, Spirit of Competition at Lyttelton Harbour.
Adopted children from Romania at the Inter Country Adoption Support Group. Pictured are, from left, Andrew, Laura, Natasha, Juliana and Razvan.
Margaret Williams, a member of the 60s Up Club in a glider ahead of a flight over Christchurch with her instructor Colin Hindson.
Eileen McDavitt, 95, (left) and Rose McCloy, 95, celebrating at the Nonagenarians' tea party hosted by the Pegasus branch of the Lioness' Club.
Office and residence deisgned by Warren and Mahoney at 65 Cambridge Terrace.
Architect and award convener Bill Skews, outside the Willowbank Wildlife Reserve building designed by architect Stewart Ross which won a New Zealand Institute of Architects Pilkington awards for...
John Fisher with father, David Fisher, of H. Fisher and Son art dealers at 691 Colombo Street.
Senior Sergeant Mike Moore with boxes of nails used in the nail bombing of Sydenham police station on Stanley Street.
A Toyota Hiace van after a bomb was detonated under its bonnet outside the showroom of Liteview Industries at 1 Birmingham Drive, Riccarton.
A police owned house at 149 Halswell Road cordoned off after a bomb was detonated at the property.
Police investigators at the scene of a nail bomb attack at Sydenham police station on Stanley Street.
Female volunteer firefighters who have just passed their voluntary firefighters course and have started work as part of the Rolleston Voluntary Fire Brigade. Pictured are, from left, Daphne Cowan...
Substation next to 74 Parkhouse Road.
Substation at Woolston Park on Ferry Road.