Captain Geoff Cain with some of the explosives which have been found in Canterbury. The largest of these was found at Camp Bay.
Exterior of Smiths City Market at 156 Colombo Street in Sydenham.
A floating cuboid designed by seventh form art student Mark Barrett at Hornby High School. Barrett is shown holding the art piece with other students and the exterior of the school in the background.
Handlers, Paul Terry (left) and George Welsh with children riding Jumbo-Jumbo the elephant at the Industries Fair at the Addington Show Grounds.
Horticulture students, Fiona Waghorn (left) and Shakunfala Solanki, trying alcohol free drinks at Lincoln College as part of Alcohol Alert Week.
The site of the former Langford House, a former residential care home, following demolition works at 20 Battersea Street on the corner with Durham Street in Sydenham.
Exterior of Langford House a former residential care home, shortly prior to demolition works at 20 Battersea Street on the corner with Durham Street in Sydenham.
Children from St James Catholic School and Aranui Primary School crossing Pages Road near Marlow Street.
Tammy Tahuhu with a laughing clowns game at the Industries Fair at the Addington Show Grounds.
Two workers pouring cement from a Christchurch Ready Mix Concrete mixing truck and smoothing the surface.
Steven Hole of Holes Bakery, 81 Effingham Street, North Beach, with a vacuum packing machine.
Ray Leech (kneeling) and Norm Griggs, gardeners of the Edmonds factory gardens on Ferry Road.
Steven Hole of Holes Bakery, 81 Effingham Street, North Beach, preparing mix for pumpernickel rye bread.
The garden at Edmonds factory on Ferry Road, Phillipstown.
The valve which will turn off the gas supply at the redundant gas works.
Steve Gerrand, director of the Christchurch Teachers College film unit, directing a film on Francis Hodgkins. Seated is actress Shaquelle Maybury.
Angela Jeeves with an equestrian show jacket being sold as part of the Jeeves family business, Equestrian Accessories.
Bill Wright of Marguerite Leatherwear Ltd with sheepskin coats at the New Brighton factory.
Whitebaiters with nets at Kairaki near the mouth of the Waimakariri River.
Construction of the new Salvation Army citadel on Victoria Street near Victoria Square showing the fluted panels.
Passengers waiting to board a bus by the stone bus shelter on Nayland Street in Sumner.
Paul Zarifeh, owner of Taz Products with one of his canvas bags made in his factory in Linwood.
Machinery in the workshop of Toolquip Supplies, owned by Les Orme.
One of the 200 new videos installed at Westpac branches. The videos aimed to keep staff up to date with policy matters and general training.