Netball player, Brenda Walker, with boxes of packed belongings in her flat.
Workers at collapsed wall of The Warehouse at Eastgate Mall.
Collapsed wall at The Warehouse Eastgate Mall.
Children with boxes that say "Ho Ho Ho" during New Brighton Christmas Parade.
Graffiti on wall of earthquake damaged building.
Market stalls at the Parklands Market organised by Parklands Baptist Community Church.
Free dust masks with paint sprayed signs saying "Free" and "Free Dust Masks". There is a broken street sign and milk bottles on the ground.
Various Lyttelton residents share a collection of stories remembering sliding down grass hills on sledges or cardboard boxes as children.
A border collie, a cat, and a litter of puppies being transported with an animal crate.
Nathan MacLennan and Charlotte Major, both 10, shifting classroom content at Papanui Primary School during school renovation work.
Damage to shelving units in Christchurch City Libraries store room at 180 Smith Street.
Two unidentified men unpacking and shelving items on shelves at Combined Co-operative Distributors.
Lynette Gibson, public relations secretarial department employee with British Overseas Airways Corporation, sitting cross-legged on a table. Visible behind are cabinets with books, boxes, binders, and...
Lynette Gibson, public relations secretarial department employee with British Overseas Airways Corporation, sitting with her ankles crossed on a table. Visible on left are cabinets with books, boxes...
Items for sale at a book sale at the English Park market.
Book stall at the English Park market.
Emergency assistance information board.
A pram with "The Water Taxi: Please return to South New Brighton School" written on it. It is parked next to a noticeboard.
A man inspects Barcadi bottles which have been manufactured in Christchurch.
Dogs investigating piles of rubbish outside a property on Colombo Street.
Chris James with geography department books for relocation to the University of Canterbury Ilam campus.
A pile of boxed cigarettes and some cannabis that was found during searches in customs in Lyttelton.
Frank, Hettie, Margaret and Sylvia with unidentified friends sitting on a hill underneath a tree having a picnic.