Police inspecting the scene of a suspected bomb blast outside Canterbury Tales bookshop in the Village Gate Shopping Mall in Merivale.
The window of the Canterbury Tales bookshop in the Village Gate Shopping Mall in Merivale, after a suspected bomb blast.
Marching trophies and medals.
Dr John Bollard, chairman of the Seattle Sister City Committee, with a tree he planted two years ago. The Committee is in Christchurch to build trade, tourism and friendships with Christchurch as part...
"Kiwi 1/4 Acre Pavlova Paradise," a mural designed by Janet de Wagt.
Children participating in a breakdancing class at Cowles Stadium, led by Christchurch City Council recreation officer, Neil Gudsell, for a school holiday programme. Children include Ben Lucas...
Council worker, Wally Clark, clearing leaves.
The statue of William Rolleston on Rolleston Avenue outside Canterbury Museum.
Julia Allen with a parking metre on Rolleston Avenue, one of the few metres in the central city which accepts 20c and 10c coins but not 5c coins.
The Gough, Gough and Hamer Limited manufacturing department on Ensors Road.
John Copplestone, tinsmith, of Copplestone Bros on Wordsworth Street, Sydenham.
Junior members of the Te Kotahitanga Māori Club with Poi on stage ahead of a performance at Aranui High School gymnasim. Members include, from front left, Mamae Blake,Te Kahurangi Blake and Maria...
Centrum 1000 turret punch press at Fielden and Sons Limited.
Catherine Johnson, 5, examines the fountain at the Papanui roundabout on Main North Road. The fountain was installed by the Papanui Rotary Club.
The interior of Fendalton BP service station at 1 Memorial Avenue with items for sale including slippers, ice cream, lollies and other food stuffs.