Members of Project X demonstrating against excessive military spending outside King Edward Barracks. Pictured are Isabelle Teresa, Rua Murray, Teresa Windle, Kim Wood and Hamish Bruce.
Mayor, George Manning, speaks to city youth group members at Latimer Square at the opening the Operation 21 campaign.
Joan Lynskey (nearest camera) leading a group of youth across the Waimakariri Bridge. The group are walking from Kaiapoi to Christchurch to raise awareness of hunger in overseas countries as part of...
Student union president, Mr A. Stuart, addressing a crowd of Protesters at a University of Canterbury student demonstration in Cathedral Square protesting education cuts as part of the "Education...
Police holding back a fence keeping demonstrators from the Town Hall entrance.
Protest by the Arohanui Community outside the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament on Barbadoes Street against the sale of Maryknoll, a worship and refuge centre, by Most Rev. B.P. Ashby Catholic Bishop...
Police officers holding back protesters outside the Christchurch Star offices on Kilmore Street. The protesters had gathered to to protest against various government policies outside the Christchurch...
Police officers holding back protesters outside the Christchurch Star offices on Kilmore Street. The protesters had gathered to protest against various government policies outside the Christchurch...
World Day for Laboratory Animals march on High Street towards Cathedral Square including members of the Anti-Vivisection Society.
Residents of Clipper Place, Redwood, protesting the decision by Merritt Real Estate to keep the poplar trees on the boundary of their properties on Prestons Road. The residents claim the trees are...
View of anti-Vietnam war Protesters gathered in Cathedral Square by the Colonial Mutual Life building.
Demonstration against an army medical team being sent to the Gulf War.
People gathered in Christchurch Town Hall to protest the Employment Contracts Bill.
Margaret Case and Phyllis MacDonald of Fred Price Courts, New Brighton, protesting the change of their local bus route.
Anti-nuclear Greenpeace protesters waiting for Prime Minister Jim Bolger at Christchurch Airport.
Teachers protesting in Victoria Square against the Employment Contracts Bill.
Workers from trade unions including the Council of Trade Unions and the National Union of Railwaymen, marching down Rolleston Avenue against the Employment Contracts Bill.
Jim Lamb, the spokesperson for the Christchurch Unemployed Rights Collective, addresses the protest outside the Employment Services on High Street.
Angela Morgan and Gillian Kney who is holding Daisy Duck made by the Pegasus Peace and Environment Group, protesting pollution in the Waimakariri River.
Protest against the Government's Employment Contract Bill held outside the Autolodge on Papanui Road.
Two Christchurch women, Koa Saxby and Margaret Duckworth, protesting outside Canterbury Area Health Board offices regarding the decision to close Christchurch Womens hospital on Colombo Street.
Two Protesters, brother and sister Karen Gregory-Hunt and Paul Gregory-Hunt, outside the Telecom headquarters in Christchurch protesting the sale of Telecom from public to private.
City Council workers protesting the deregulation of transport services outside Noah's Hotel on Oxford Terrace.
Maevis Watson chained to the door of the National Party office in Lichfield Street with the party's branch secretary Margaret Matheson as part of a protest for pay equity for women.