A cyclist waiting for traffic in fog on Harper Avenue next to Hagley Park.
Christine Burden inside the hut atop a pole where she will live for four days to raise funds for Telethon.
The hut atop a pole where Christine Burden will live for four days to raise funds for Telethon.
Andrew Barr, 13, who spent 36 hours in his cupboard to raise money for Telethon.
Doug Wallace and Trevor Painter play pool underwater at Queen Elizabeth II Park to raise funds for Telethon.
Malcolm Milne blows a tube of glass at an exhibition held at the Arts Centre.
John McCalland and Russell Strong making a final check of the phones to be used in Telethon.
Ray Frew pushing Noel Frew and Tom Pokere in a wheelbarrow to raise funds for Telethon.
Plunket and Karitane nurses, Clare Bartlett, Cathy Bell, Judy Selwyn, and Lyn Evans, with a hamper of groceries to be raffled for Telethon.
Christchurch Boys High pupils, Duncan McLeod, Royden Mauger, Edward Huata, Jason Smith, July Taylor, and Andrew Reeves, with a car they have paid to wreck for Telethon.
Telethon host, Ken Ellis, with a painting of himself and its artist.
Ray Frew pushing Tom Pokere in a wheelbarrow in preparation for their Telethon fundraising trip.
Austin McKinley who is skating for 130 hours at Centaurus road ice rink to raise money for Telethon.
Olly Ohlsen accepts a contribution from Blue Duncan at Telethon.
People celebrate the final total of funds raised for Telethon.
Telethon host, Ken Ellis, reads out a pledge. Behind him are Colette Mann and Norman Bowler.
Staff of Woolworths, Sydenham, in costumes to raise money for Telethon.
Norman Bowler accepts a donation from John Beattie and Hugo McNeill at Telethon.
Sculpture by Neil Dawson used as part of street theatre in Christchurch.
The new Salvation Army citadel just following completion on Victoria Street near Victoria Square.
Aerial view of Fendalton Road from Memorial Avenue.
Staff modelling the new Westpac staff wardrobe with various pieces that can be mix and matched as their uniform.
"Portrait of Christchurch children's author, Margaret Mahy at her typewriter with her pet rabbit following her being awarded the Carnegie Medal by the British Library Association for the "The Haunting...
Aerial view of Cranmer Courts on the corner of Montreal and Kilmore streets during the renovation of the site from the former Normal School.