Views of Sam Pollock (centre) a British broadcaster visiting New Zealand, signing the visitors' book during his attendance at the Christchurch RSA Tin Hat Club tattoo at the Winter Garden on Armagh...
Joe Green, manager of the Christchurch Returned Servicemen's Association with a wreath for the Anzac Day dawn service.
Patricia Tihema producing poppies for sale by the Christchurch Returned Services Association prior to Anzac Day.
Bill Barry with a wreath made in Christchurch for Anzac Day services.
Carlo Ravagli of St Mary's School buying a poppy from Returned Services Association volunteer, Ernie Crisp.
Second World War veteran, P.G.H. Scott selling an Anzac Day poppy to Tania Fisk.
Bernice Armstrong, secretary to the Returned Services Association, with a box of Anzac poppies made in Christchurch.
Cliff Crutch, 82, in his final year of selling poppies for Anzac Day in the central city near the Bridge of Remembrance.
Howitzer artillery gun, one of two, at the Gloucester Street entrance to the Christchurch Returned Services Association.
Close-up of an Anzac wreath and poppies which, for the first time, have been made using paper sourced from Auckland and not from the Royal British Legion in Richmond, Surrey in the United Kingdom.
Patricia Tihema, a worker at the Christchurch RSA, with the old and new styles of poppies that are sold just before Anzac day.
Interior of the Charles Upham lounge at the Christchurch RSA. The lounge is named in honour of Captain Upham, the only New Zealander to win two Victoria Crosses.
Governor-General, Sir David Beattie, presenting Abel Seaman Daniel Douglas with the Charles Upham Award for bravery. The award was presented during the official opening of the Charles Upham lounge at...
Close-up of two versions of Anzac poppies. The version on the right is the older one to be replaced by the one on the left due to its simpler design, making it easier to produce.