Leader of the sea cadet guard, Tonya Robins, standing in rest-on-arms reverse position at the Citizens War Memorial in Cathedral Square during the Anzac Day dawn service next to ChristChurch Cathedral...
Anzac Day procession on High Street in Rangiora.
Able cadet Tonia Robbins standing in rest-on-arms reverse position at the Citizens War Memorial in Cathedral Square, during the Anzac Day dawn service next to ChristChurch Cathedral.
Veterans marching from Worcester Street to Cathedral Square for the Anzac Day dawn service.
Joe Green, manager of the Christchurch Returned Servicemen's Association with a wreath for the Anzac Day dawn service.
Brigadier L.W. Wright addressing the congregation of ChristChurch Cathedral at the Citizens' Anzac Day service.
Te Pani Manwatu addressing members of the 28th Māori Battalion, Australian and New Zealand returned servicemen, representatives from the RNZIR and members of the public at the Anzac Day service held...
Waha Stirling of the 28th Maori Battalion at the Anzac Day service held at Tuahiwi Marae.
Patricia Tihema producing poppies for sale by the Christchurch Returned Services Association prior to Anzac Day.
Bill Barry with a wreath made in Christchurch for Anzac Day services.
Carlo Ravagli of St Mary's School buying a poppy from Returned Services Association volunteer, Ernie Crisp.
Ashburton MP, R.L.G. Talbot (far), and Christchurch Mayor, Hamish Hay, at the Anzac Day dawn service held at the Citizens' War Memorial.
Second World War veteran, P.G.H. Scott selling an Anzac Day poppy to Tania Fisk.
Representatives of youth groups carry flags into ChristChurch Cathedral on Anzac Day.
Members of the military salute the Citizens' War Memorial as part of the Anzac Day dawn service in Cathedral Square.
Papanui Returned Service Association members and their wives with a 1914 Fiat troop carrier which will be used to carry disabled veterans during the Anzac Day parade. To the left Mr Ivan Ward (left)...
Bernice Armstrong, secretary to the Returned Services Association, with a box of Anzac poppies made in Christchurch.
Papanui Returned Services Association president, Joe Salt, with a wreath on Anzac Day during the march to Cathedral Square.
Cliff Crutch, 82, in his final year of selling poppies for Anzac Day in the central city near the Bridge of Remembrance.
Views of Alex Nelson with poppies which have been made for Anzac Day.
View of people laying poppies into a cross at the Citizens War Memorial in Cathedral Square during the Anzac Day dawn service.
Views of a group of people arriving at Cathedral Square with placards remembering those who have died in the Vietnam War during the Anzac Day dawn service in Cathedral Square.
Views of attendees at the Anzac Day dawn service in Cathedral Square by the Citizens War Memorial. Frame five is of a placard in memory of those who have died as part of the Vietnam War.
Views of attendees at the Anzac Day dawn service in Cathedral Square by the Citizens War Memorial. Features attendees laying a painting in memory of those who have died as part of the Vietnam War.