Hans Schuitman, managing director of Carlton Manufacturing Co. Ltd with a lathe machine.
A copper gin still imported from the United Kingdom being lifted into place at Southern Grain Spirits, Kaiapoi - the South Island's first gin distillery.
Ali White operates the filling machine at Barkers Winery, Geraldine which has just started producing non-alcoholic fruit drinks.
Exterior of the new fire station at 49 Beach Road in Akaroa.
Denis Stollery demonstrating his design, Penmate.
T.L. Uren, managing director of Carbonic Ice Ltd, with a piece of carbon dioxide plant outside the factory in Hornby. The unit is being prepared for shipping to Jeddah.
Anna Faoagali (left) and Jennifer Harwood aiming their bows at the YMCA camp, Wainui.
Claire Gibbons (left), Lee-Ann Nicol, Patricia Smylie and Karen Johnson canoeing at Wainui YMCA camp.
Children wearing life jackets ready for trip to Three Point Island.
Wainui Primary School children and US Army combat engineers in an assault boat, Akaroa Harbour.
A cyclist lifting their bike over a tree which has been blown down on Palatine Terrace in St Martins.
Paul Freer uses an umbrella as a means of keeping the sun off him on his bulldozer while working on the new southern motorway.
Tom Pyle, 82, resident of Langford House at 20 Battersea Street in Sydenham. He is sitting outside the facility with his suitcase following the decision was made by the Canterbury Aged Welfare Council...
Albert Thompson, 94, cuts a Christmas cake celebrating 21 years of The Star excursions for the elderly at the Captain's Table restaurant at Christchurch Airport. Watching him is Star promotions...
Mabel Thomas, aged 100, in her home on Geraldine Street, Edgeware.
Mabel Thomas, now aged 100, as a younger woman, pictured at extreme right front.
Jack McLean, aged 97, arriving in Christchurch on an Air New Zealand flight from Dunedin to visit relatives in Christchurch. His wheelchair is being pushed by cabin attendant Ann Proctor.
M.A. Smith shopping at the New World supermarket on Stanmore Road.
I. B. (Barry) Brickell with the sculpture commissioned by Waitaki NZ Refrigerating, Kilmore Street. The sculpture is in the main foyer of the building.
Martin Fellows, 9, fishing at the Ferry Terminal wharf, Lyttelton.
The TAB regional computer processing centre at Addington under construction near Addington Raceway.
Keith Fosberg with a polythene tetroon to monitor air pollution dispersal at the site of the proposed Aramoana aluminium smelter.
Campground for campaigners protesting against the proposed Aramoana aluminium smelter.
Children with a model Albatross at the protest against the proposed Aramoana aluminium smelter.