Protest against the Christchurch City Council being held on the empty lot at 47 Hereford Street.
Photographer's note: Sculptures hanging in the City Council Building. Christchurch City Council Building.
Protesters holding up signs at a protest against the Christchurch City Council on the empty lot at 47 Hereford Street.
Te Pou Herenga Waka pouwhenua at the Worcester Street entrance to the Christchurch City Council civic offices.
Masonry stored on pellets behind the former gymnasium building at the Christchurch Arts Centre.
Scenes of Springbok rugby tour protesters participating in a march along Hereford Street heading towards Cathedral Square.
Protective wrapping around framing on the northern facade of 254 Montreal Street.
Protective wrapping around framing on the northern facade of 254 Montreal Street. Above are exterior window shades.
A car park reserved for Christchurch City Council employees. Also visible are the civic offices (53 Hereford Street) and the former Rydges Hotel.
Photographer's note: Friends and Family enjoys Vanilla Ices on a sunny day, Victoria Square.
Photographer's note: Youths talk to local preacher, Cathedral Square.
Civil Defence marquees outside the Christchurch Art Gallery.
Masonry gable collapsed from Librarians house at 109 Cambridge Terrace. The Old library is to the left and the Christchurch City Council building and the central police Station are behind.
Looking east up Hereford Street taken from above Hagley Park
Workers installing artwork by Darryn George on the facade of the Christchurch City Council civic offices at 53 Hereford Street.
Children from Cust School enjoying drinks and biscuits at the Christchurch Postal Centre on Hereford Street following the presentation of the Post Office Schools Saving Shield to the school.
Two people standing by a sign outside the bus interchange on Colombo Street. Behind them are workers on a traffic island.
A man standing on Colombo Street in front of the bus interchange. Also visible is the intersection of Lichfield Street and Colombo Street.
Workers on the corner of Montreal Street and Cashel Street in preparation for the implosion of the Christchurch Central Police Station.
People gathered on the corner of Montreal Street and Cashel Street to watch the controlled implosion of the Christchurch Central Police Station.