Margaret Williams, a member of the 60s Up Club in a glider ahead of a flight over Christchurch with her instructor Colin Hindson.
Exterior of the Rhodes Memorial Convalescent home including the rose garden at 34 Dyers Pass Road, Cashmere.
Scenes of firefighters preparing to board the container ship, Spirit of Competition at Lyttelton Harbour.
Office and residence deisgned by Warren and Mahoney at 65 Cambridge Terrace.
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.
The exterior rear of Holly Lea residential home at 133 Fendalton Road, Fendalton.
Limited service volunteer Michael Walford, 19, rappelling at Burnham Camp as part of Operation Krypton. The scheme is ran by the New Zealand Army to help young unemployed people to increase their...
A firefighter clearing away an acid spill from a truck at the Sockburn roundabout.
Stryker Six, the first of three new fire engines for Christchurch Airport.
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...
View along Queenspark Drive on the Queenspark Estate during the final stages of its construction in Parklands.
Showing swimming pool and greenhouse built by Neville Holt. The green house was built, then the building permit was applied for retrospectively. Neville Attwood Holt was one of the original founders...
The futuristic bus lounge of the old central bus exchange, now demolished after the quakes.
We just came to New Zealand at the end of the last year. We found the best place for us to enjoy always is the Hagley park located in Christchurch city. This is a photograph I have taken when my...
Former Christchurch Police Station with heavenly cover.
The northwest corner with the start of Chancery Lane under the bright white light. The Tivoli theatre was a huge cinema. The building to the left was later the site of the AMP building, and the one to...
Emergency management personnel in the Operations Centre at the Christchurch Art Gallery Civil Defence HQ after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Large trailer unit with mobile toilets parked outside the Christchurch Ar Gallery for use by emergency management personnel after the 22 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Irony of the current exhibition title at the Christchurch Art gallery when the 22 February 2011 earthquake struck.
Catering staff at the Temporary Emergency Management Centre at the Christchurch Art Gallery.
Staff working in the foyer of the Temporary Emergency Management Centre at the Christchurch Art Gallery.
Civil defence staff in the the Temporary Emergency Management Centre at the Christchurch Art Gallery