Stewart Betty, known as Stu, with his 90th birthday cake, featuring his sporting hobbies of bowls and golf, in his home in St Martins.
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.
Peter Raos, a student at the School of Fine Arts, with award winning glass designs.
Group of children splashing around in mobile spa pools on Wycola Avenue as part of a school holiday activity programme promotion by Radio Avon.
View of caravans and tents at a camping ground at the Glentunnel Domain on the Selwyn River.
Terry Creach, aged 11, canoeing in a branch of the Waimakariri River near the new suspension bridge at the Groynes in Northwood.
Alex Lee (left) and Graeme White at work in the Groynes
Lex Stock, Groynes head ranger, clearing weeds from the artificial lake.
The head ranger at the Groynes, Lex Stock, on the new suspension bridge.
A group of friends at the Groynes. Pictured, from front to back, Patrick Maguire, Glenn Thorpe, Steven Thorpe, Richard Geange and Michael Tansey.
Bronze depiction of pilgrims landing at Lyttelton on the base of the Queen Victoria Statue in Victoria Square.
A group of students sat in their classroom with teacher Mr Rex Johnstone at Heaton Intermediate School.
View of the northern side of Little Akaloa Bay, with jetty and boat house.
Mr Bill Paynter, art director for The Press, with his winning Christchurch Arts Festival poster design.
Timberlands site on Mandeville Street, Riccarton.
A group of adults and children swimming in a branch of the Waimakariri River at the Groynes in Northwood.
The McAlpine Stars marching team at Lancaster Park.
Jetboat on flooded Clarendon Terrace.
Damaged tree and flooding on the banks of the Heathcote River.
Fallen willow on Cambridge Terrace.
Tents blown over by the wind at Spencer Park Motor Camp.