Exterior of the former bakehouse on Grove Street, Rangiora.
Interior of the former bakehouse on Grove Street, Rangiora.
New Zealand sailing team checking gear at Aranui for the Little Americas Cup challenge near Melbourne. Pictured, from left, Wayne Nolan, reserve and team manager, Reg Skelton, New Zealand delegate on...
A go-kart, a Lotus Seven car, and a 750cc Honda motorcycle at Ruapuna Speedway ahead of a six lap race. The car is being driven by "Star" reporter Colin Bryant, the go-kart by Max Haydon of NZBC and...
Auckland school teachers, Elaine Williams (front) and Adrienne Allen on a tandem bicycle, cycling from Fendalton to Queen Elizabeth II Park wearing the colours of the Christchurch Commonwealth Games.
Pupils from Shirley Intermediate School dressed as characters from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The witch holds out an apple.
The University of Cantebury's new council room at Ilam.
Elm Lodge, a halfway house for alcoholics at 16 Bishop Street, St Albans.
Teachers College students, from left, Lesley Muirhead, Lyndsey Mann, Lynne Thomas, Gerald McRae, Suzy McRae and Lynley Burnell at Christchurch Airport ahead of their flight to Australia for a field...
Women modelling a skirt and blouse which is claimed to be easy to create within a day by a home dressmaker.
Therese Dickey with a selection of dolls for sale at the Industries Fair at the Addington Show Grounds.
William Marks, a resident who lives opposite the school, examines the burnt remains of a classroom at West Spreydon School at 147 Lyttelton Street in Spreydon.
Firefighters examine the burnt remains of McPhail Motor Parts workshop at 25 Eaton Place.
Exterior of Resthaven Home on Colombo Street shortly prior to it being demolished at 901 Colombo Street.
Interior corridor of the Resthaven Home on Colombo Street shortly prior to it being demolished.
Car transport truck used by Car Haulaways (NZ) Limited.
View of the Trabant, an amusement ride at the Industries Fair at the Addington Show Grounds.
James Price, 7, in the lucky dip at the 1974 Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show.
View of Heathcote River near the tunnel road bridge with debris in the river caused by recent high tides and large waves.
Dennis Laing examines damage to the Shoreline restaurant caused by a driftwood log which crashed through the wall during high tides and large waves.
Workers inspecting trenches at New Brighton caused by high tides.
The University of Canterbury School of Music under construction at Ilam.
The registry building at the University of Canterbury, Ilam.
Mr David Biggs of the Consumers' Institute, at 482 Tuam Street, with a face cloth which became ragged after 200 cycles in one washing machine.