'Earthquake damaged stock’ sign for retail sale at Lippy.
Collapsed building at 91 Stanmore Road, Linwood, with advertising signs on temporary fencing and car parked in front.
'Missing cat’ sign written on letterbox.
Flushing instructions in toilets of The Hub Hornby, 418 Main South Road.
'Keep smiling’ sign and flowers on couch outside a fence on Barbadoes Street.
Army soldiers, Central city cordon at Bealey Avenue and Madras Street intersection.
'Danger, construction site’ sign on temporary fencing around demolition of 322 Manchester Street.
Building demolition behind temporary fencing and road cones, 322 Manchester Street.
Advertising on temporary fencing around dairy on corner of Hereford Street and Barbadoes Street.
Graffiti on earthquake damaged building wall beside ‘Simply Catering’ sign, Corner of Salisbury Street and Madras Street.
Newspaper caption: A trip to the Midland Railway Works: Springfield to Broken River
Beaufort House located on the corner of Latimer Square and Hereford Street opposite St John the Baptist church. View of damage to rear of building and ‘Do Not Demolish’ notice.
Beaufort House located on the corner of Latimer Square and Hereford Street opposite St John the Baptist church. View from Hereford Street of damage to exterior wall and exposed rooms at rear of...
Sign on the Infinity Poetry Wall of 614 Colombo Street commemorating the poem of Kirsty Dunn.
Temporary fencing with signage indicating Gloucester Street Bridge closed and “Extreme danger”. Police car parked on bridge. Brannigans building in background.
Protest at Hagley Park netball courts against the closure and merger of schools in Canterbury.
A speaker addresses a protest at Hagley Park netball courts against the closure and merger of schools in Canterbury.
Sale signage displayed by stall keepers in Christchurch’s new Petticoat Lane in the White Hart Arcade, High Street.
Les Stott dressed in business suit seated at table with phones and microphone. Sale signage displayed by stall keepers in Christchurch’s new Petticoat Lane in the White Hart Arcade, High Street.
Sign on Marine Parade for drinking water distribution point set up by the New Zealand Defence Force at the car park south of the New Brighton war memorial.
Notices advertising community support in the New Brighton area.
Notice from CERA (Central Christchurch Recovery Authority) at the entrance to the Cathedral Square walkway outlining the terms of agreement for entering.
A notice in the window of a building informing customers that the business has closed and the building is to be demolished.