Captain Geoff Cain with some of the explosives which have been found in Canterbury. The largest of these was found at Camp Bay.
Captain E. D. Gerard, of Army District Headquarters, an explosives expert, handling a 3in mortar bomb found by police divers in the Avon River near the Wainoni Bridge. It turned out that it was a...
Police inspecting the scene of a suspected bomb blast outside Canterbury Tales bookshop in the Village Gate Shopping Mall in Merivale.
The window of the Canterbury Tales bookshop in the Village Gate Shopping Mall in Merivale, after a suspected bomb blast.
A bomb disposal expert with a robot at Derwent Street, Bryndwr after two Second World War shells were found in the area. One of the shells was found in a resident's garage whilst they were sorting it...
Reporters asking an army bomb disposal expert about the robot used to remove Second World War shells found in Derwent Street, Bryndwr. One of the shells was found in a resident's garage whilst they...
Two boys examine a crater caused by a bomb disposal blast at Derwent Reserve just off Derwent Street in Bryndwr. A bomb disposal unit was used to remove Second World War shells found in a resident's...
Views of damage caused to a men's toilet cubicle at Christchurch Airport domestic terminal. Frame one includes Christchurch Airport director Mr Monty Atkinson inspecting the damage.
A detective and a post office official examine an exploded postal box at the Walker Street post office.
The Walker Street post office where a bomb was placed in the postal box.
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 car blocking Colombo Street in Sydenham outside the Firehouse night club at no. 293 after three bombs were discovered.
A bomb disposal officer looks behind a fence to where two bombs were defused at the Firehouse night club at 293 Colombo Street in Sydenham.
Police and explosive experts at the Firehouse night club at 293 Colombo Street in Sydenham where two bombs were defused and third exploded.
Police investigators at the scene of a nail bomb attack at Sydenham police station on Stanley Street.
Senior Sergeant Mike Moore with boxes of nails used in the nail bombing of Sydenham police station on Stanley Street.