Norman Masters in 1958 Jaguar Lister replica at Wings and Wheels.
A Lockheed C-130 Hercules flies over a T6 Harvard at Wings and Wheels airshow.
Mural on building.
Kirsty Craig, age 3, sat in an oversized chair created by Dunedin's Atlas Furniture Company, on display at the Canterbury Furniture Show at Addington Raceway.
Laddie the five year old sheepdog-Labrador cross dog sitting on the front of the BMX bicycle modified by his owner Darren Jordan. On the back of the bike is Jordan's 10 week old kitten, Witchypoo, in...
Paralympic athletes Trish Hill and Graham Condon with their gold, silver and bronze medals won during marathon, slalom, Pentathlon and swimming relays at the Paralympic games in England.
Go-kart racers for Christchurch, Murry Davis (no. 3), Doug Drake (no. 64) and Steve Pope (no. 12) during the 100 Yamaha series heat go-kart race along the street of Waltham. Crowds of people are lined...
Bishopdale club BMX racers with the South island championship trophy they won at Oamaru. Racers are, from left, Andrew Webster, Warren Sparks, Reon Edwards and Nichola Pouaha. On his bike at rear is...
Peter McIntyre, 13, of Castletown Place, North Beach, performing a jump following his national title win at the New Zealand BMX competition in Wanganui.
A truck driving through rubbish bags and seagulls in flight at Bexley rubbish tip.
Exterior and signage of Farmer John's restaurant, a hamburger and video games centre, Papanui.
A group of women participating in an egg and spoon race for charity in the carpark outside Parklands Shopping Mall. Participants include Mrs Helen Omand (right), Mrs Jan Barkle, Mrs Marie Kyle, Mrs...
Exterior of the Sydenham Post Office building built in 1911 at 340 Colombo Street, Sydenham.
Members of the Wellington and Dunedin regiments of Alf's Imperial Army stood against a wall in Midland Park, Wellington. Taken during eleventh anniversary celebrations prior to a colour presenting...
Magnum Motors at 540 Moorhouse Avenue in Waltham.
Jeannie Pera Mcing and introducing the Cook Island Community Group at the first South Pacific festival in Christchurch held at Cowles Stadium on Pages Road.
Fijian group on stage at the first South Pacific festival in Christchurch. The group was run by Tony Qalivutu, community leader at the time.
Cook Islands community group dancing. Tiare Rarotonga is the name of the song that the group is performing.
Cook Islands community group dancing. Tiare Rarotonga is the name of the song that the group is performing. Print of pariu (sarong) made by Pua Pera.
Cook Island drum dance. Dancers created their own costumes and are using ruru's made out of flower/seed sacks and the fans on their heads are made out of young leaves of coconut tree.
Children from Cook Island community dancing.