Exterior view of the entrance to Masjid Al Noor mosque under construction at 101 Deans Avenue, Riccarton.
Marlin, a marine loading indicator computer in operation amongst cargo ships at Lyttelton Harbour. The computer is designed to help the loading and unloading of cargo including the weight of cargo and...
Mike Reitsma with sea caught salmon at Fendalton Fish Supply at 5 Memorial Avenue.
Bob Harrow with his remaining raspberry plot on at 130 Withells Road on the corner with Maidstone Road, following the sale of his commercial raspberry business.
Matthew Richens with seven teddy bears at the Teddy Bears' Picnic.
Three individuals in bear costumes making their way through North Hagley Park.
Teddy (Danny McLachlan) packs up his parachute at North Hagley Park after skydiving into the Teddy Bears' Picnic.
A crowd at Wings and Wheels airshow. An RNZAF A4 Skyhawk is in the foreground.
Teacher, Gary Beveridge, teaching an exercise to a Hagley High School third form class before doing stage work.
Gary Beveridge assists a Hagley High School sixth former, Lara Strongman in preparing her make up for a school production last year.
Close-up of Lisa Gregory, aged 6, holding a rabbit during a visit to Orana Park farmyard section.
Exterior view of the Masjid Al Noor mosque under construction at 101 Deans Avenue, Riccarton.
Members of Alf's Imperial Army during the Summer Times battle with pirates on Victoria Lake in Hagley Park. Spectators are visible in the background.
Members of Alf's Imperial Army in an inflatable boat surrounded by pirates in the water during the Summer Times battle with pirates on Victoria Lake, Hagley Park. A pirate is in a boat in the...
Christchurch artist, Chrystabel Aitken with her 1923 self-portrait in charcoal, part of an exhibition of works at the Canterbury Society of Arts gallery.
Christchurch artist, Chrystabel Aitken with her plaster-modelled bull, a tribute to French artist Rosa Bonheur. In the background are other hung artworks, part of an exhibition at the Canterbury...
Mushroom cloud formation over the Port Hills. In the foreground is the Government Life building.
The exterior of a former hardware store which will become four shops at Parklands mall.