Views of Sandra Bennett, a deaf pupil from Linwood High School fencer with her fencing sword just after winning the Canterbury secondary school girls' fencing title.
Views of Professor Phillip Lillie instructing Shirley Sandford and others in fencing at the University of Canterbury gymnasium.
Canvas tents and temporary fencing set up in Latimer Square.
Safety fencing and scaffolding on the buildings surrounding the south quad at the Christchurch Arts Centre.
Pallet storage and fencing in front of the western facade of the former Physics building at the Christchurch Arts Centre.
Temporary bridge over a trench dug through the south quad of the the Christchurch Arts Centre.
Looking east from the western end of the south quad towards the former Physics building at the Christchurch Arts Centre.
A worker passes through the south quad of the Christchurch Arts Centre while the surrounding buildings are undergoing restoration.
Vans for a concrete cutter and scaffolder parked next to masonry stored in the south quad of the Christchurch Arts Centre.
View of a crane being used in construction of Hereford Street police Station, above central city buildings. [Frame 11] View from top of the building.
Soldiers with an NZLAV at the bridge entering Hagley Park off Park Terrace.
Flower tributes on temporary fencing.
Temporary fencing and road cones at unidentified location.
Flower on fencing outside unidentified building.
Forsyth Barr Building located on the south-east corner of the Armagh and Colombo Streets intersection.
Damaged McKenzie & Willis Trading Store at 257 St Asaph Street behind temporary fencing.
Damaged former Canterbury Public Library building at 107-109 Cambridge Terrace, on the corner of Cambridge Terrace and Hereford Street.
Colombo Street looking south from outside 813 Colombo Street.
Gloucester Street cordon looking east near the corner with Oxford Terrace. Road cones, temporary fencing and machinery visible on street. ‘Smile’ art on temporary fencing.
Gloucester Street cordon looking east near the corner with Oxford Terrace. Road cones, temporary fencing and machinery visible. ‘Smile’ art on temporary fencing.
Cracked facade of former Canterbury Public Library building at 107-109 Cambridge Terrace, on the corner of Cambridge Terrace and Hereford Street.
Oxford Terrace, section known as the strip, looking south east. The Tap Room is visible on the left, and Lichfield Street car park visible in distance.
Damaged buildings behind temporary fencing on Manchester Street, looking north from outside 109 Manchester Street.
Damaged building behind temporary fencing at 68-76 Manchester Street, on the corner of Manchester Street and St Asaph Street.