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.
Views of Fijian dancers at Cashfields.
Norman Oberg with a shelf of books in his store, Smiths, on Manchester Street.
James Jacques at Phillip King Bookseller's grab-a-bag promotion, Big Fresh Centre.
The manager, Ross Humphries, of Smith's Bookshop, on Manchester Street, with copies of early rugby books ahead of an auction of the books in the store.
Children watching Bruce Anderson, member of the New Zealand chess team, playing chess outside Whitcombe and Tombs University Bookshop.
Close-up of a Whitcombe & Tombs bookshop Christmas promotional book display of New Zealand Books.
Interior of Whitcombe & Tombs bookshop and of a Christmas promotional book display of New Zealand Books.
Interior views of a Whitcombe and Tombs bookshop, full of shoppers.
Pacific Bookshop and Chaos antique shop, Manchester Street.
Family owners of Smith's Second-hand Bookshop at 133 Manchester Street. Mrs Rangi Oberg (centre) with son-in-law Ross Humphries, daughter Stephanie and grand-daughter Holly. Taken inside the bookshop...
View across the carpark at Parklands shopping centre towards a chemist, butchers, Parklands Fruit Market and a bookstore.
127-139 Manchester Street with barriers closing off footpath to shops and businesses including Smiths Books, While You Wait Studios, Aji Spice Shop and Global Grocery; and hairdressers and...
127-139 Manchester Street with barriers closing off footpath to block of shops and businesses including, Smiths Books, While You Wait Studios, Aji Spice Shop and Global Grocery at 110 Manchester...
Customers in Smiths Bookshop, the Tannery.
Worker at Smiths Bookshop.
Llyween Couper kneels before a display of books in the Children's Bookshop.
Phillipstown School students on a trip to MV Doulos (The world’s largest floating bookshop) in Lyttelton.
Exterior of Whitcoulls at 111 Cashel Street as part of Cashel Mall in the central city.
Entrance to Whitcoulls at 111 Cashel Street as part of Cashel Mall in the central city.
Bricks, books and debris in bookshop at 425 Cashel Street, Linwood.