Firefighters operating pumps and hoses on Colombo Street in Sydenham.
A man stood in the industrial department with rubber products produced by Skellerup Industries Ltd.
Students from Riccarton High School wearing different uniform options. The students are, from left, Christine McWha wearing the former uniform and Alison Twentyman, Sylvia Fensome and Janette Reid...
Workers upgrading the Edmonds Band Rotunda on the banks of the Avon River.
View looking up to the roof being installed for the new tea kiosk at the Botanic Gardens.
Student union president, Mr A. Stuart, addressing a crowd of Protesters at a University of Canterbury student demonstration in Cathedral Square protesting education cuts as part of the "Education...
Police holding back a fence keeping demonstrators from the Town Hall entrance.
A sign showing that petrol is not available at Mecca Motors, 121 Peterborough Street. Also visible is Little Ltd at 120 Peterborough Street.
Queue of cars at a service station on the corner of Clyde Road and Memorial Avenue. They are queuing due to fuel shortages.
Police officers holding back protesters outside the Christchurch Star offices on Kilmore Street. The protesters had gathered to to protest against various government policies outside the Christchurch...
Police officers holding back protesters outside the Christchurch Star offices on Kilmore Street. The protesters had gathered to protest against various government policies outside the Christchurch...
Interior of the Para Pools store with displays of swimming pools and promotional bunting and signage.
A Lion Breweries Ltd truck being filled by two employees using hoses at a Christchurch depot.
Cake shaped like the South Island to mark twenty years of producing particle board at Fletcher Timber. Pictured are, from left, Ron Collings, Peter Evans, Yaurie Skelton and Kevin McLeod.
View of the Christchurch Teachers College campus at Ilam looking towards the tower block.
Demolition of the former stables for the horses which drew the first trams in Cathedral Square.
Joanne Redmond, 4, of Wilsons Road, with marine environment themed health stamps.