Ethel Sotheran burning a power bill duirng a protest against increased power and telephone bill charges in Cathedral Square.
Vicki Woods with a Llew Summers sculpture to be sold at the Nicaragua Must Survive art auction at the CSA Gallery.
An antique music box, owned by a Christchurch collector.
Ian Clarke of Shenley Orchard on the corner of Wairakei and Russley Roads.
Ethel Sotheran with her stepladder ahead of staging a protest in Cathedral Square against the cost of power and telephone bills.
Norman Mundy, Robin Mundy, and Mark Rattray celebrate the success of St Helena Estate Belfast vineyard.
Members of the Uniflex Pioneer Midgets
Sir Paul Reeves, Dr Robin Mann and Barney Sundsturm inspecting Bowron's Woolston factory.
Mayor of Christchurch, Hamish Hay, with a message from a time capsule from 1923 found inside the Victoria Square statue of Captain Cook.
View of the Victoria Square redevelopment as seen from the Vacation Hotel on Colombo Street. To the left is Christchurch Town Hall with the Parkroyal Hotel behind.
View of the redeveloped Victoria Square, taken from Christchurch Town Hall looking towards the corner of Colombo and Armagh streets.
Ned Moir and John Gilmour of Slade Engineering returning the Queen Victoria Statue to Victoria Square after it was removed whilst redevelopment works were taking place.
Exterior of The Dog House, fast food restaurant taken from across the street at Cathedral Square. A liquor store and a 24 hour video game parlour are also visible with cars parked in front.
Releasing 100 balloons from the top of the Bridle Path to commemorate women who ran sheep stations in the 19th century.