The Ministry of Transport building on the corner of Montreal Street and Cashel Street.
Christchurch Rangers, Rosemary Bartlett, Bridget Edward, and Kirsten Mackay serving tea and toast to morning commuters in Cathedral Square to raise money for children of the Sudan and Bangladesh.
Sarah Adams, granddaughter of Ernest Adams at the Phillipstown Ernest Adams bakery. She is working there whilst studying for a marketing degree.
Ken Oxford (left) and Peter Small at the Great Western Adventure wild west township, a paintballing game complex still under construction at Dodge City, Johns Road in Harewood.
Bruce McMillan, design artist of the Great Western Adventure wild west township, a paintballing game complex still under construction at Dodge City, Johns Road in Harewood.
Kenneth Oxford, operations manager of Great Western Adventure wild west township, a paintballing game complex still under construction at Dodge City, Johns Road in Harewood.
A group of first and second form pupils from Russley School going down the hydroslide together at Sockburn Park swimming pool. Pupils from top, Lincoln Chung, Nicholas Clarke, Stephen Rose, Melissa...
Exterior view of newly completed Cranmer Court apartments on the corner of Kilmore and Montreal Streets.
Commander John Appleby "Apples" (left) with Sergeant Jockey Sewer Wilson in the doorway to Christchurch Town Hall ahead of the Travel Agents of New Zealand Convention.
Exterior of the Trustee Bank Centre on the corner of High Street and Cashel Street.
Mary Lamare and Helen Butler dressed as clowns holding balloons next to the Avon River to advertise their balloon shop in Christchurch.
The Union Centre building on the corner of Armagh and Colombo streets.
Exterior of The National Bank building at 164 Hereford Street.
Craig Hawthorne, aged 11, of Linwood hooking soft drink cans with a piece of wood on a string at the labour day fair in Woolston Park.
Church House on the corner of Gloucester Street and Cambridge Terrace including the Anglican Book Centre.
Stephen Oliver of Christchurch, negotiating steep, rocky terrain on a Yamaha 350 motorcycle during the motorcycle trials championships at Rapaki.
Phoenix House on the corner of Hereford Street and Oxford Terrace.
Exterior of the Bank of New Zealand building on Oxford Terrace.
Karl Sciascia and his friend Tania Westbury, of Linwood, dancing on the grass at the Labour day fair in Woolston Park.
View of Dr Cliff Mason, a member of the Historic Places Trust, squatting on top of the Wiltshire Buildings on the corner of High Street and Tuam Street. He is protesting ahead of the proposed...
Don Forbes headquarters at 315 Manchester Street on the corner with Kilmore Street.
Foundations being laid for St Andrew's Presbyterian Church at Rangi Ruru Girls' School.
Central Mission Friendship House at 207 Cambridge Terrace.
Don Turner and David Fleming in front of Cranmer Courts on the corner of Kilmore and Montreal streets.