Views of Alan Jones with provisions for his pole sitting fundraiser.
Kirsty Gillespie standing on stilts outside Chisnall Intermediate.
Scenes of two men participating in a bowls match.
Russell Searle in his flooded butchery, Edgeware.
Two men and two women standing on rocks observing thermal activity in the Wairakei Valley in the Waikato region of the North Island. Three are equipped with walking sticks while one man carries an...
Views of Mr Robert Jack with his bicycle and umbrella he uses during his travel around the world, covering over 100,000 miles in 12 years.
Jo King, Farmers employee, takes her tea break in the Bowker Fountain in Victoria Square. She holds a cup of tea and an umbrella.
2006 was my first year in New Zealand, and consequently Christchurch - my current home. I was lucky enough to find the Arts Centre empty that sunny Sunday morning, maybe because it was 7.00 am. The...
Jessie Hicks of Linwood on flooded Aldwins Road.
Earthquake damage to the section of Oxford Terrace known as The Strip. The Hotel Grand Chancellor is visible in the background.
Crowne Plaza with temporary fences due to earthquake damage.
Christchurch Earthquake Memorial Service commemorating the 22 February 2011 earthquake, held in North Hagley Park.
Siblings, Jessica Hankinson and Thomas Hankinson with a snowman they built during a trip to the Port Hills.
A woman walks across the food court at Re:Start Mall where people are sitting at tables beneath umbrellas. Behind her are containers with Kiwi Bank and New Zealand Post, while south of her is the Red...
Gameplay during the Christchurch Bowling Centre champion of champions competition at the Green in Morrison Avenue. [Frame 41] Lucie Caskin bowling.
A man making his way south across a pedestrian crossing in Cathedral Square while carrying a New Zealand flag and an umbrella. He is wearing medals with an Anzac poppy. Behind him, a sign points to a...
[Frames 19 and 20] Governor-General Sir Arthur Porritt standing next to a tree he planted at St Bede’s College to commemorate the school’s diamond anniversary. Students and staff look on. [Frame 21...
Miss New Zealand Show contestants Inese Berzins (Miss Canterbury) and Sandra Hansen (Miss Auckland) standing together in their swimsuits under an umbrella. They are in the garden outside their motel...
Carlo Ravagli of St Mary's School buying a poppy from Returned Services Association volunteer, Ernie Crisp.
An attempt to break the world hand holding record at Addington raceway. Only 1,000 people turned up.
Scenes of construction worker Paul Freer on a bulldozer he has adapted with a beach umbrella to keep the sun off whilst he works on the Southern Motorway near Lincoln.
Andrew and Darryl perform a Pinter sketch, directed by Mike Friend at LAF.
Views of Christchurch Star reporter, Peter Gale, with a parasol.
Man wearing a suit talking to, and offering 10c coins to, passersby in the central city outside an unidentified building. Vehicles visible in foreground and background.