Close-up of "The press express", a train and carriages made from waste newspapers, exhibited by students from Cobham Intermediate School. The trains forms part of the "Wonderful Waste" exhibition at...
The former Catholic Bishop of Christchurch, the Most Rev Brian Ashby (right), with Bishop Wiggins, suffragan Bishop of Wellington at a service at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament.
Mr David Fleming (left) and Mr Don Turner of Fletchers, overlooking the Cranmer Court development following its completion on the corner of Kilmore and Montreal Streets.
Christchurch architects Jonty Rout and David Sheppard, of Sheppard and Rout, outside the newly developed Cranmer Courts from the former Normal School on the corner of Kilmore Street and Montreal...
The Thomas Edmonds Band Rotunda on the banks of the Avon River, looking west with buildings on Cambridge and Oxford terraces.
St Andrew's Presbyterian Church being relocated from hospital corner to Rangi Ruru Girls' School.
Exterior of A. J. Whites furniture, fabrics and carpet store on the corner of Tuam Street and High Street.
The Wiltshire Buildings on the corner of Tuam and High Streets.
Auctioneer assistant, Hilary Hutchison, with a vintage telephone and Kodak 2C autographic special camera at a Watsons Auction and Real Estate auction.
Aerial view of Victoria Street looking south towards the intersection with Colombo Street.
Deputy city librarian, Suzanne Sutherland (left) and city librarian, Dorothea Brown inside Canterbury Public Library.
Brent McKeown and his two children Scott and Lisa watching a burning balloon during the What Now television programme home made balloon launch at Hagley Park.
Brent McKeown (right) and Hartmann Leonhard launching a balloon during the What Now television programme home made balloon launch at Hagley Park.
Members of the 29th Canterbury Brownie Pack presenting a handmade quilt to Caroline Cartwright (left) of the Cancer Society outside the Society's day room. At the rear are are Mrs Margaret Wright, the...
Interior of Scandals Restaurant on Hereford Street.
Grant Maitland and Ray Hawthorne of Grey Residential with a model they built of a house for a client, the McGill's, at Tai Tapu.