Dawn Jack (left), Torino Lyne and children outside the flats behind the fire headquarters where they live to be closer to their husbands' work at the Central Fire Station at 200 Kilmore Street.
Captain E. D. Gerard, of Army District Headquarters, an explosives expert, handling a 3in mortar bomb found by police divers in the Avon River near the Wainoni Bridge. It turned out that it was a...
Rocks falling from a cliff above Moa Bone Point Cave at Redcliffs following a dynamite charge explosion in an attempt to dislodge a rock outcrop in the area.
A hydraulic platform is used to place dynamite charges at a cliff near Shag Rock and Redcliffs.
Tony Fomison with a selection of Māori rock drawings he traced from locations across the South Island. The drawings are to be displayed at the Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery on Gloucester Street...
Māori rock drawings with writing, traced by Tony Formison from locations across the South Island. The drawings are to be displayed at the Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery on Gloucester Street.
Mr O. Wood operating a warp mill.
A team of students carrying out a stretcher drill in an ambulance as part of the St John Ambulance competitions at Hagley High School. Pictured are Ian Paul (left), Frank Watson (obscured), David Cain...
St John Ambulance cadets taking part in an annual competition at the St John Ambulance headquarters on Peterborough Street. Pictured are, from left, Corp. C. Walker (obscured), Graeme Prenice, Ron...
A St John Ambulance member tends to a "victim" with a broken leg in a simulated disaster amongst the ruins of Limes Hospital. Done under emergency lighting as part of a civil defence training exercise...
A St John Ambulance member tends to a "victim" in a simulated disaster amongst the ruins of Limes Hospital. Done under emergency lighting as part of a civil defence training exercise.
The Epworth wing of the Methodist Central Mission Hospital for the Aged, at 15 Dublin Street on the corner with Park Terrace and Bealey Avenue.
The recently completed block of the Salvation Army home at 62 Poulson Street, Addington.
Aerial view of Riccarton Mall shortly after construction was completed. In the foreground is Riccarton Road with Division Street to the left and Maxwell Street in the background.
N.A.C. cabin crew members Lee Jackson (left) and Robyn Stewart, ahead of their journey to Europe to fly in a K.L.M aircraft to promote New Zealand.
Mrs D. Stanton and grandchildren, Geoffrey and Christopher Fuller at the floral clock on Victoria Street.
Aerial view of the construction of Queen Elizabeth II Park.
A car driving up the ramp the Amuri Motors new parking building as part of Amuri Courts on the corner of Durham Street and Armagh Street.
The top level of the Amuri Motors parking building.
The Melody Makers at a children's party given by the Samaritan Department of the Salvation Army.
City bus drivers arriving at the Railway Hall in Carlyle Street in Sydenham this morning for their stopwork meeting.
Methodist Coffee Club team, from left, Ella Scott, Keith Brough, Janice Bradley, Joyce Gilling, Robbie Gemmell, Don Onekawa, Graham Rako, Allan Falkingham, Neville Evans, Diane McCutcheon, Mrs Pie...
Exterior of the new two storey building at Shirley Boys' High School with a line of students going through the main entrance.
Elephant race to raise funds for intellectually disabled children. The riders are Mrs Valerie Young, followed by Mr Martin Hobby a Waimairi County councillor and Mr Colin Curragh of the Canterbury...