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"...
Librarians Wendy Gallagher and Phillippa Collett inside Lyttelton Library surrounded by books.
Librarians Wendy Gallagher and Phillippa Collett outside Lyttelton Public Library.
Robbie Deans, playing for Canterbury, about to score a try against the Lions.
Staff modelling the new Westpac staff wardrobe with various pieces that can be mix and matched as their uniform.
A cyclist waiting for traffic in fog on Harper Avenue next to Hagley Park.
Groundsman Russell Wylie uses a roller at Lancaster Park to prepare the turf for an All-Blacks game.
Exterior of a Dome House at 254 Memorial Avenue in Burnside.
Patricia Tihema, a worker at the Christchurch RSA, with the old and new styles of poppies that are sold just before Anzac day.
An aerial view of Burnside High School and Greers Road.
Aerial view of Jellie Park with the swimming pool in the centre and Ilam Road in the background.
Aerial view of Fendalton Road from Memorial Avenue.
Festival organisers John Page (left) and Robin Neate delivering goods to the Theatre Royal be auctioned in a live show as part of the Christchurch Festival. Goods include a portable heater, aeroplane...
Manager for Avanti clothing store Chris Bradley (right) and marketing manager Carole Prichard promoting designs by Caroline Moore.
Sue Sutherland and Steve McCloy, job share for the New Zealand librarian position at Canterbury Public Library in the New Zealand room at the library.
View of the signage and doors for the entrance to Canterbury Public Library.
Exterior of the Canterbury Public Library on the corner of Gloucester Street and Oxford Terrace, taken from the Gloucester Street bridge.
The new Salvation Army citadel just following completion on Victoria Street near Victoria Square.
Statue of Captain James Cook in Victoria Square.
Aerial view of Cranmer Courts on the corner of Montreal and Kilmore streets during the renovation of the site from the former Normal School.
6th Form pupil at Hagley High School, Simon Underwood, in the newly built school computer room sat at a BBC unit computer. Other pupils working on computers are visible in the background.
Sculpture by Neil Dawson used as part of street theatre in Christchurch.