Crowds at Christchurch Airport watching a Stearman aircraft passing low during the PDL Air show. Another aircraft is visible on the tarmac with the Port Hills in the background.
Crowds at Christchurch Airport looking up, some with binoculars, during the PDL Air show.
Pupils at St Andrews college on Papanui Road, dressed as their favourite book characters. Charles Evans (centre) as The Mummy, John Walters as a Cat Burglar and Ryan Shaugness as Mr Twit.
Four Skyhawk aeroplanes in flight above Christchurch Airport during the PDL Air show. One of the planes is being refuelled in flight via a refuelling connection.
Students from Mt Pleasant School with floral hats for a hat competition in Cathedral Square, for the Festival of Flowers. Students, from left, Hamish Wheeler, John Thrup, Angela Harris and Carolyne...
Mrs Trish Minchington with her winning flower parasol
Marching girls leading the first floats in the Fabulous Floral Floats procession on Worcester Street.
Five men on a float for the floral festival made from two tandem bicycles playing harmonicas. They are cycling east down Worcester Street. Behind is the Harley Chambers building at 137 Cambridge...
Children on the Baha'i float at the Floral Festival. Behind the float is the Harley Chambers building at 137 Cambridge Terrace.
Three clowns with balloons.
Coreen Parks, Phyllis Mason, Gladys Salkeld, Etta Dalley, Dallas Fraser and Phyl Anderson at a reunion event. The ladies worked for Treasure Box Boutique, at the corner of Colombo and Gloucester...
Richard Fahey and Tim Croucher with the mural they painted at the Alpine skating rink, Papanui.
View of central Christchurch buildings with numbering to mark key buildings including 1. Carruca House, 2. J. Ballantyne and Co. Ltd, 8. Victoria Towers, 15. Parkroyal Hotel and 17. Durham Towers.
The remaining facades of the Clarendon Hotel being retained on the corner of Worcester Street and Oxford Terrace following demolition of the rest of the hotel.
Exterior of 141 Cambridge Terrace under construction, next to Harley Chambers (left) and Horticultural Hall to the right, taken from the corner with Gloucester Street.
Dennis Wilkes demonstrates safety tests to Minister of Consumer Affairs, Margaret Shields and Yaldhurst MP, Margaret Austin, at the Consumers' Institute at 482 Tuam Street.
Construction of Deloitte House at 32 Oxford Terrace.
Construction of Victoria Towers on the corner of Armagh Street and Oxford Terrace.
John, Glenn and Zane Gray repairing running shoes in the workroom of Lion Boot Repairs on Oxford Terrace.
Matthew Stoddart dressed as a clown for Opawa Primary School circus day.
Angus Tait, managing director of Tait Electronics with the workspace behind.
Squid catching gear on the new Canterbury Squid Company vessel, Hunter One at Lyttelton.
Carol Hickman, Michelle Thorpe, Margaret Baker and Katie Threadwell competing in the Shrove Tuesday pancake race at New Brighton. They are wearing their husband's firefighter uniforms.