Save-our-post-office campaigner Mrs Ella Webb, stood outside Redcliffs Post Office on Main Road with a petition of 800 signatures to save the post office from closure.
Redcliffs, seen from across the Avon-Heathcote estuary.
Redcliffs Park and houses in the foreground, with collapsed cliff behind.
Damage to seawall at Beachville Road, Redcliffs. Moncks Bay is in the background.
Collapsed cliff behind Redcliffs School.
Seawall and damaged land, Beachville Road. Looking towards Moncks Bay.
Earthquake damaged retaining wall at 288 Main Road.
Redcliffs Public Library, 91 Main Road, Redcliffs.
128, 126 and 124A Main Road, Redcliffs.
Beachville Road and collapsed cliff behind Redcliffs School, seen from South Shore.
Houses at Redcliffs and the collapsed cliff.
View of Moncks Bay from Beachville Road, Redcliffs.
Redcliffs Park, houses and cliff.
Michael Remmett with the seal which appeared in the estuary by his house at 137 Main Road, Redcliffs.
Members of the Young Women’s Christian Association painting with oils under the direction of J. E. Fogden at Redcliffs.
Katherine Davies of Redcliffs.
Redcliffs with view of the former Shag Rock; following the 2011 earthquake now commonly known as" shag pile".
Hare Krishna followers on Bealey Avenue as part of a peace festival parade touring the South Island. A chariot pulled by bullocks is at the back of the parade.
View from the hill at Clifton looking across to Main Road, Redcliffs and across the Estuary to the Southern Alps.
Gameplay action of Ramesh Bhana, of Christchurch, falling to the ground whilst trying to hit the ball during the final of an Indian hockey tournament against Pukekohe at Barnett Park.
Exterior of Redcliffs Convenience Store and New Zealand Post Office on the corner of Main Road and Beachville Road in Redcliffs.
View from the sand dunes at New Brighton beach looking towards Redcliffs as a storm is heading across the Port Hills.
Exterior of Delabole house in Redcliffs, a colonial style house built almost entirely out of re-cycled materials from old Christchurch buildings when they were demolished. Stood in front of the house...
Demolition of New World supermarket, Main Road, Redcliffs.