Reverend Graham Redell (left) of the New Zealand Temperance Alliance and Mark Brown at the launch of the Zero Is Safe campaign against alcohol abuse.
Nigel Edmonds, senior apprentice at the Christchurch Botanic Gardens and winner of the 1991 P.C. Brownlee Scholarship, taking a break from pruning a tree.
Brownies and Guides selling biscuits in Beckenham-St Martins area. From left, Ursula Roderick-Hill, Rachael Turnbull (front), Amber Henry, Catherine Swift, Rachel Gwatkin and Emily Turnbull, Michelle...
Big Bertha, a motorised heavy roller at Lancaster Park with groundsman Russell Wylie inspecting the ground nearby. Bertha is used to prepare the pitch for cricket matches.
Winemaker, Marcel Giesen, with a bottle of Botrytised Riesling following its success at the Liquorland Royal Easter Show wine competition.
Red Cross Society volunteers Tim Fahey, Marianne Browne and Meta Whiteside holding a Red Cross Cookbook called Celebrities' Choice. The recipes are from New Zealand celebrities and illustrated by...
Mike Baddeley, Marketing Manager for Mrs Popes, next to a branded van with the stuffed ram attached to the roof.
A group of swimmers in Centennial swimming pool, Armagh Street following the decision to keep the pool open over the winter months. The swimmers are, from left, June Bagust, Fred Marett, Eunice Rothel...
Model wearing a tartan suit and bolero jacket which won Sarah Chisnall the 1991 Bernina Young Designer award.
Shirley Smith and Captain Pam Probert of the Salvation Army with money collected by the Red Shield doorknock appeal.
David Garrett 'playing' a fake saxophone with the Tall Order Stilt Group at the Christchurch Arts Centre market square.
Tony Williams jumping in rollerblades during a presentation at Cashmere High School.