Dawn Jack (left), Torino Lyne and children outside the flats behind the fire headquarters where they live to be closer to their husbands' work at the Central Fire Station at 200 Kilmore Street.
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.
Sue Cooke and Stephen Gleeson selling art work from a cart to raise funds for their friend and fellow artist Marian Maguire to study at the Tamarind Institute of Lithography in New Mexico.
John Fisher with father, David Fisher, of H. Fisher and Son art dealers at 691 Colombo Street.
A sculpture made from timber offcuts for a "Trash-into-Art" display at the Christchurch Arts Centre. Pictured are, from left, Sinead O'Hanlon, Maria O'Connell, Fiona O'Hanlon, Taryn Newton, Kirstie...
Rosemary Johnson with her art installation, "Falling Fence" in the quadrangle of the Arts Centre. The installation is part of Anzart, an international arts festival at the Arts Centre.
Lloyd Johns, Fire Service Commission director of training, inspects new firefighters as part of the passing out parade at Christchurch Central Fire Station at 200 Kilmore Street.
Three generations of the Edmonds family at the Thomas Edmonds Restaurant, in the Thomas Edmonds band rotunda on Cambridge Terrace. Pictured (from left) are Ray Edmonds, his granddaughter, Miriam...
Freshly baked pies by Broadway Bakeries at their new Durham Street premises.
Doughman, Wayne Walker, mixing the dough at Home Bakery Colombo Street at 1.15am.
Gabriel Kremer checks the new oven at Shades French Bakery on Hereford Street shortly before it opens.
Proposed site of the central fire station prior to construction, taken from Lichfield Street looking south-east towards Barbadoes Street, Christchurch Gas Works and the Port Hills.
Starlet conservation week winners with their plant prizes. Pictured are, front from the left: Dawn Kershaw, Grant Brown, Sally Price, and Kim Kershaw. Middle row from the left: Karen Whitta, Jason...
Children in Cathedral Square for a presentation on ecology led by the Mayor Sir Hamish Hay.
The Environmental Centre in the former University of Canterbury Student Union building at the Arts Centre.
Conservation Week display in the window of Andrew Lees Limited at 226 High Street near the intersection with Cashel Street.
Interior of the Midland coach workshop on Lichfield Street.
New Midland coaches designed and built in Christchurch setting off on their first journey with tourists from the workshops in Lichfield Street.
Mr B. R. Curtain (left) and Mr R. Junk of R. J. Hampton Ltd with the Mother Amicus statue in parts after being removed from the top of the AMP building in Cathedral Square when the building was...
Sarah Chisnall (left), fashion designer, with Christchurch Polytechnic tutors Helen McLaughlan (centre) and Zora Price who teach a Basic Industrial Machining and Patterns course and a Careers in...
Mayor of Christchurch Sir Hamish Hay (centre) laying a wreath on the grave of early Christchurch architect William Armson at the Barbadoes Street Cemetery on the centenary on his death. Looking on are...
Derek Lovejoy at the corner of High Street near the intersection with Manchester Street. Derek is proposing that High Street becomes a pedestrian mall.
Lyndsay Meager adds the finishing touches to the Southern Encounter Aquarium of Discovery prior to its opening in the former Regent Theatre building in Cathedral Square.