Fire Commissioner designate, B.F. Hyland, inspects the operation watch at a recruits' passing out parade at the Christchurch Central Fire Station at 200 Kilmore Street.
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.
President of the Christchurch Returned Servicemens Association Mr T. McCormick, a member of the 28th Māori Battalion, Mr W. Stirling and the president of the Māori Battalion Mr H. Teweehi, leading the...
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.
Firefighters give a rescue demonstration at Christchurch central fire station.
Firefighters set fire to a house at 334 Mairehau Road as part of their training.
Exterior and entrance driveway to the Rehua Māori Hostel on Springfield Road, Springfield.
"Nurse Vivienne Steele stood next to "The Grandmother of Europe" mural by Peter Ransom on ward seven at Christchurch Womens Hospital at 885 Colombo Street."
John Whiting a Papanui detective, with three kittens in his hat after finding them whilst on patrol in the Coutts Island area.
Steve Saundeson (left) and Dave Whiten, founders of Cane Furniture Manufacturers Ltd, Riccarton. The pair are pictured in their wheelchairs in their factory during the construction of a cane chair.
Carol Parrott painting a mural on the Milton Street vet clinic in Spreydon.
Leaders of Newmans Acme Pioneers club marching teams.
Exterior of the wharenui, meeting house, on the grounds of the Rehua Hostel at the Rehua Marae on Springfield Road, Richmond.
Tertiary students in a raft race from the Bridge of Remembrance to Victoria Square.
University of Canterbury students, Joanna Polson, Janine Morrell and Steven Ferguson dressed as the Easter Bunny to protest cuts in education. James Hight library is in the background.
Christchurch Polytechnic students in a raft race from the Bridge of Remembrance to Victoria Square.
Houses on Waimea Terrace with the Heathcote River in the foreground.
A combined Ōtautahi and Tuahiwi welcome party performing a traditional greeting to returned servicemen at Tuahiwi on Anzac day.
A protest march by University of Canterbury students outside the National Party rooms on Lichfield Street protesting education budget cuts.
Members of Fallout Follies of the Black Dragon Clowns Victoria Smith, Val McKenzie and Marian Harland.
‘Performing in Mutant, After the Bomb featuring a knitted baby with strange limbs. The Fallout...
Unbranded line of products on display at Woolworths, Riccarton.