Television New Zealand films a mock accident on the corner of Hagley Avenue and Selwyn Street for the episode of "Traffic in a World of Play" .
A bomb disposal expert with a robot at Derwent Street, Bryndwr after two Second World War shells were found in the area. One of the shells was found in a resident's garage whilst they were sorting it...
Reporters asking an army bomb disposal expert about the robot used to remove Second World War shells found in Derwent Street, Bryndwr. One of the shells was found in a resident's garage whilst they...
Two boys examine a crater caused by a bomb disposal blast at Derwent Reserve just off Derwent Street in Bryndwr. A bomb disposal unit was used to remove Second World War shells found in a resident's...
Checkout staff at the Supervalue Supermarket at Northlands Shopping Mall learning the new bar coding system being implemented.
Michelle Wright (right), Trustbank Canterbury Trustline supervisor showing Lisa Frater, a checkout operator at the Supervalue Supermarket in Merivale, how to use eftpos machines.
Mark Smith, dressed as Mr Apple, scooping apples from the Avon River after testing the Town Hall section of the river ahead of the Great Apple Race organised by the Apple and Pear Board.
Manager of Dux de Lux restaurant, Mr Richard Sinke, stood at the bar ahead of the opening of the Arts Centre Tavern.
Choir and orchestra members rehearse for the Christchurch Schools Music Festival in the Christchurch Town Hall.
Scott Rogers demonstrates the use of an aquabike on display at the boat show in Canterbury Court.
Audience of children from Cotswold School at Willowbank Wildlife Reserve, Northwood waiting for Michael Willis to milk Girl, a Highland cow, by hand.
Interior of the Towers Restaurant with customers dining overlooking Victoria Square on Colombo Street.
Two people with Kuni Kuni pigs, and piglets, a breed which originates from China, at the Kenyon household on Hills Road.
Betty Kenyon at her home on Hills Road with a basket of Chihuahua dogs and puppies.
Kenyon family members at their home on Hills Road with two of the children holding lambs. Pictured are, from left, Frank Kenyon, Debbie Kenyon, Michael Kenyon (baby), Joanne Kenyon and Keith Kenyon.
From left: Joanna Stilton, 3, Kate Cory, 4, Linda Mahar, 4, Joanne Haddock, 4, and Emma Pasco, 3, dancing to the music of 'Beyond a Joke'.
A band performs at the Spring's Here Festival in Hagley Park.
Vicky McKane with a mini computer she won in the North of the Square computer colouring competition. Vicky is stood in the Colombo Street store of Robert Creek Ltd.
Reception area of The Building Centre at 211 Cashel Street, furnished and designed by J. Ballantyne and Co. Ltd.
Rod Mayers sitting atop a sculpture at Botanic Gardens.
Cartoon depicts a man performing the duties of a housewife. First published in 1893 and republished on the 90th anniversary of women gaining the vote in 1983.
Cartoon on the enfranchisement of women. First published in 1894 and republished on the 90th anniversary of women gaining the vote in 1983.
Tinned vegetables on the shelves at a Northlands SuperValue supermarket with some showcasing the use of barcoding.