Avon River, between Cashel and Hereford Street.
Looking south from the Armagh Street bridge.
Buildings at 799 Colombo Street and 764 Colombo Street as seen from the convention centre site on Oxford Terrace.
A person crosses Oxford Terrace to a sign on the fence surrounding the site of the convention centre. 799 Colombo Street and 764 Colombo Street are seen in the background.
View from Oxford Terrace, looking across the site of the convention centre towards Cathedral Square.
A man stands against the fence of the convention centre site on Oxford Terrace. Behind is Cathedral Square.
Two empty rowboats on the Avon River with Oxford Terrace to the right. A sign painted on a fence reads 'Christchurch Pasteurised Milk.'
Katherine Drury, a marker on the quotation board at the Christchurch-Invercargill stock exchange.
The trading floor and quotation board at the Christchurch Stock Exchange.
Governor of China's Fujian province, Ma Xingyuan arriving with officials at Noahs Hotel in central Christchurch during a visit to New Zealand.
Captain Scott statue in Oxford Terrace with crane behind
Interior views of the dining areas in the new Grenadier Restaurant due to open on Monday, 21 September. The new licensed restaurant will open under the same roof as the Grenadier Hotel, formerly the...
Looking from near the entrance across the dance area and the band section, to three of the dining alcoves. The new Grenadier Restaurant is due to open on Monday, 21 September under the same roof as...
Derek Spencer, head chef at the Grenadier restaurant, dressed in chef whites.
Sunrise over eastern Christchurch.
Lyttelton Harbour Board adminstration building on the corner of Madras Street and Oxford Terrace.
Shane and Chris (pictured) have been friends as part of the IHC Volunteer Friendship programme for 5 years. Here Chris is standing by the Avon River on the Cambridge Terrace side looking across...
Christchurch art teacher and children's author, Gavin Bishop, with his youngest daughter Alexandra and his book "Chicken Licken".
A group of children listening to Margaret Mahy storytelling at Canterbury Public Library as part of the Christchurch Festival.
A group of ladies working on a combined garden club floral art piece on the Avon River bank on Oxford Terrace, as part of the Floral Festival. Ladies are, from left, Sarah Smale, Anna Hayes, Molly...