Dion Wall and Fern McAllister of the Puawai Dancers dancing in Cathedral Square to raise funds for the victims of Cyclone Ofa.
Petariki Ngarimu (front) and Sumara Fraser of the Puawai Dancers performing in Cathedral Square to raise funds for victims of Cyclone Ofa.
Maureen Haynes (with hands raised) and volunteers from Christchurch Boys High School packing donations for victims of Cyclone Ofa in a Sydenham warehouse.
Sculpture of Wrestlers by Llew Summers to be placed in the daffodil lawn at the Botanic Gardens.
Jampa Thupten Tulku Rinpoche stayed with us when he first arrived in New Zealand enroute to Dunedin to visit his teacher Geshe Ngawang Dhargyey. He returned later to New Zealand and stayed in Dunedin...
Balloon pilot Alistair Malcolm (left), Carin Anderson of West Germany and Ingrid Gaastra from Holland, in a hot air balloon. The balloon rides are being offered at Addington Raceway to raise money for...
An Apple Computer branded hot air balloon being used for balloon rides at Addington Raceway to raise funds for St John of God Hospital.
Suia Tuulua surrounded with donated non perishable goods destined for victims of Cyclone Ofa.
Jim Wallace and Noel Gregg with panels for the art sculpture, Fabulous Races, in the workshop of sculptor, Bing Dawe.
Russell Wakefield (centre) of Christchurch Flourmills Limited, and "Blue" Moore (left) and Paul Edlin of the RNZAF oversee donated flour being loaded onto a truck. The flour is to be sent to the...
Petariki Ngarimu (left) and Andrew Shepherd of the Puawai Dancers performing in Cathedral Square to raise funds for the victims of Cyclone Ofa.
Librarian, Sue McLennan, stood in front of the two newly launched mobile libraries which are parked outside Central Library on Gloucester Street.
Don Hurst, Jim Cronin, Don Mundell, and Bruce Robertson, former directors of Trans Tours NZ Ltd at an informal reunion.
Close-up of Albion's catcher Tania Rhind and the umpire Daph Tesoriero during the women's softball championships, Rhind Albion versus Falcons, at Cuthberts Green, Bromley.
Hotel Russley-Burnside captain Chris John, club president Lyndsey Leask and player-coach Jane Earnshaw holding up trophies they have earned to become the top women's softball club.
Staff of ANZ Bank Armagh Street, dressed in Victorian clothing in Victoria Square to celebrate the 150th anniversary of ANZ.
Stuart Taylor, Southpower safety officer, with power extension chord safety display.
Elizabeth Malthus and Kelly Thompson of the Dallington Brownie Pack packing Girl Guide biscuits.
Chinese artist, Liang Ju-Dong with one of his paintings hanging in an exhibition at the Arts Centre.
View of senior students sat in the assembly hall at Mairehau High School listening to poet Sam Hunt.
Group shot of the Linwood High School Jazz band with their brass instruments.
John Gallagher, organiser of the Irish Week Festival, outside the Post Bank building on the corner of High and Tuam streets.
Women sitting at statue of John Robert Godley in Cathedral Square with International Women's Day tributes.
Pupils of Beckenham School in 1920s fashion as part of the school's 75th anniversary celebrations. Pictured are, from left, Aaron Whiteside, James Dean and Richard Mac Farlane.