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.
Exterior of the Rhodes Memorial Convalescent home at 34 Dyers Pass Road, Cashmere.
Scenes of firefighters preparing to board the container ship, Spirit of Competition at Lyttelton Harbour.
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.
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.
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.
John Fisher with father, David Fisher, of H. Fisher and Son art dealers at 691 Colombo Street.
A firefighter clearing away an acid spill from a truck at the Sockburn roundabout.
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...
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.
My elegant friend, Terry, at the entrance to her upmarket op shop/boutique, 'Deja Vu' in Leinster House, Merivale.