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 Labour Department explosives store, near to the one which exploded in Cass Bay.
The remains of a Labour Department explosives store in Cass Bay which exploded.
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.
View of the feeder hopper where the fluoride is added to the water supply at the fluoridation plant, Jeffreys Road.
Inspectors of the Department of Internal Affairs, G. Persen (left) and H. Richards, with a box of gelignite found in a woolshed on a property at 309 Mount Pleasant Road. It was unclear who put the...
Explosives for the New Zealand Army being unloaded from the frigate Blackpool at Lyttelton.
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...
Rocks falling from a cliff above Moa Bone Point Cave at Redcliffs following a dynamite charge explosion in an attempt to dislodge a rock outcrop in the area.
A hydraulic platform is used to place dynamite charges at a cliff near Shag Rock and Redcliffs.
Demonstration of rescue techniques at linemen's school.
Remains of a damaged building at Anderson Limited after an explosion of a gas cylinder.
Damage to the bitumen delivery and blending tank at Shell Oil Company's bulk bitumen installation in Lyttelton, after it exploded.
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.
View of sculptor, Llew Summers.
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...
Steel towers, discontinued by the New Zealand Electricity Department, stock piled at the Gilberthorpes Road depot.
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.
Senior Sergeant Mike Moore with boxes of nails used in the nail bombing of Sydenham police station on Stanley Street.
An explosives expert in protective clothing prepares to detonate a hoax bomb found in Canterbury Public Library on Gloucester Street.
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.