A view of the Christchurch Town Hall construction site looking west.
Employees of CMW Industries on Montreal Street which makes agricultural spraying equipment. Pictured are, from left, Bevan Brown, Maurice Cooper and Robert Hogg.
View of the central city, looking south towards the Government Life building in Cathedral Square and beyond to snow on the Port Hills.
I. B. (Barry) Brickell with the sculpture commissioned by Waitaki NZ Refrigerating, Kilmore Street. The sculpture is in the main foyer of the building.
A crane on the construction site of the Christchurch Town Hall from Kilmore Street.
Christchurch city councillors inspecting progress on the construction site of the new Town Hall.
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...
A police officer inspects the fire damage to pool tables at Young Image Amusement Centre, 832 Colombo Street. It was believed the fires were deliberately lit.
Firefighters examine the burnt remains of McPhail Motor Parts workshop at 25 Eaton Place.
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.
Aaron Howell of the Otago Fish and Game Society with an 8kg brown trout supplied by the society's hatchery in Wanaka for display at the Southern Encounter Aquarium of Discovery in Cathedral Square.
Artists from the Arts Employment Scheme with pavlovas at the official opening of the "The Kiwi Quarter Acre Pavlova Paradise" designed by Janet de Wagt on the wall of the Lichfield Street carpark...
Tony Fomison with a selection of Māori rock drawings he traced from locations across the South Island. The drawings are to be displayed at the Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery on Gloucester Street...
Māori rock drawings with writing, traced by Tony Formison from locations across the South Island. The drawings are to be displayed at the Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery on Gloucester Street.
View of the Antigua Bridge under construction including the former bridge, temporary bridge and Antigua Boat Sheds along Cambridge Terrace.
View of the Christchurch Botanic Gardens looking parallel to Rolleston Avenue towards the William Sefton Moorhouse statue and the Curator's house.
View along the Avon River towards the Armagh Street bridge with Park Terrace to the left and North Hagley Park to the right.
View of the Botanic Gardens after snowfall, looking towards the William Sefton Moorhouse statue and Curator's House with Rolleston Avenue behind.
Mr and Mrs Stule of Fullers Theatre Company in canoes on the Avon River in Hagley Park.
Two men, the Driscoll Bros of Fullers' Theatre Company, in a rowboat on the Avon River in Hagley Park.