A group of riders in the 10 and 11 year old girls race leaving the start line at the national BMX championships at Kyle Park in Hornby. Number 330 WHK is Shannon Crook.
A group of three chefs stood in front of a full buffet table in the dining area at the Russley Hotel, 73 Roydvale Avenue Burnside.
Exterior and grounds of The Old Stone House event venue at 30 Shalamar Drive, Cashmere. On the front lawn is an advertising A-frame from the Microwave Specialists for a Microwave cooking demonstration...
Gary Beveridge is shown with Amanda Lunn at the lighting board in the new drama room at Hagley High School.
Ice skates for hire at Big Apple ice rink shortly ahead of the rink's official opening.
Skaters at the newly opened Big Apple ice rink, the first international sized rink in Christchurch, on Brougham Street in Opawa.
People taking a break from ice skating at the café at Big Apple ice rink shortly after it opened on Brougham Street in Opawa.
Painter, Dave Blyth, with the Swiss mountain mural he is painting on carpet to reduce echoes at the Big Apple ice rink ahead of its opening on Brougham Street in Opawa.
Close-up of a model on a catwalk holding a Quinns sign during a fashion show at Merivale shopping mall.
Michael Yateman on his mount, Ben, in the new tack room designed and built by members of the Avonhead Rotary Club for the Christchurch Riding for the Disabled Association.
Anti-myxomatosis graffiti on the North Canterbury Federated Farmers' office. Myxomatosis is a virus which can be used to control rabbit populations.
Twirl lollipops being made at the Paramount Candy Company factory in Blenheim.
Tomoji Aoki, Consular Affairs Officer, presenting a collection of books on Japan to John Stringleman, chief librarian, and Sir Hamish Hay, Mayor of Christchurch, for use at Canterbury Public Library.
Exterior of Wainoni Butchery.
Dayne Wipou, 3, with the photographic portfolio of John Nicholson as part of the Qantas Press Photographer of the Year award on display at the Canterbury Centre.
Clothing shop, Candyskin, owners Daniel McCabe (right) and business partner Robyn Doyle stood on the sky bridge over High Street linking to the Triangle shopping centre.
Demolition of buildings taking place on the site which is designated to become the Parkroyal Hotel, taken from the intersection of Kilmore and Victoria Street. The construction of the hotel closed off...