Residents at Coronation Hospital with the new raised garden installed for the residents on Centaurus Road in Cashmere. Pictured are, from left, Bert Castle, Dick Williams and Cyril Williams.
The site of the former Langford House, a former residential care home, following demolition works at 20 Battersea Street on the corner with Durham Street in Sydenham.
Exterior of Langford House a former residential care home, shortly prior to demolition works at 20 Battersea Street on the corner with Durham Street in Sydenham.
Mrs Lal Keen, the first resident of the Methodist Central Mission Fairhaven Residential Club, on the site of the Club during the final stages of construction at 91 Harewood Road, Papanui.
Sir David Beattie with Wesley Lodge residents Mrs Pearl Harrington (centre) and Miss Mabel Muschamp at the the official opening of the Methodist Central Mission Fairhaven Residential Club at 91...
Roadshow 82 traffic safety filming on Harper Avenue showing a simulated collision between a Mini and a truck.
A Morris 1100 plunging over a cliff at Halswell quarry being filmed for Roadshow 82, a road safety film.
A front end loader carrying a mini for use in the filming the road safety film, Roadshow 82, on Harper Avenue.
Children joining in with a weekly sing-along at the Caledonian Hall. Pictured are, from left, Dean Jillings, Marie Mcleod and her sister Katrina Mcleod.
Arthur Sutton a resident at Wesley Home for the Aged at 21 Dublin Street on the corner with Park Terrace.
Bella McElligott, celebrating her 99th birthday, with her life membership to the Labour Party and a photograph of herself when she met Norman Kirk on her 90th birthday.
Margaret McKinlay, originally from Scotland but settled in New Zealand, celebrating 100th birthday at the Nurse Maude Hospital in Merivale.
Members of the Craft group with their crafts at the George Manning Home for the Elderly in Spreydon. Pictured are, from left, Mrs D. Newton, Mrs D. Greig, Mrs A. Bullen and Mrs V. Piper.
John Fitzpatrick, managing director of Southern Grain Spirits with a batch of Robroff vodka at the factory in Kaiapoi.
"Art installation entitled "300 Steps" at Mount Gay in South Canterbury by sculptor, Morgan Jones."
Mansur Addison, 4, climbing on a Llew Summers sculpture.
Captain Geoff Cain with some of the explosives which have been found in Canterbury. The largest of these was found at Camp Bay.
Horticulture students, Fiona Waghorn (left) and Shakunfala Solanki, trying alcohol free drinks at Lincoln College as part of Alcohol Alert Week.
Dr Norman Walker with patients at the Mahu Kennedy alcoholic clinic at Sunnyside Hospital.
Barbara Smith, coordinator of the Alcohol and Drug Dependence Centre.
Starlet conservation week winners with their plant prizes. Pictured are, front from the left: Dawn Kershaw, Grant Brown, Sally Price, and Kim Kershaw. Middle row from the left: Karen Whitta, Jason...
Children in Cathedral Square for a presentation on ecology led by the Mayor Sir Hamish Hay.
Woolston Primary School students handing the president of the North Canterbury Red Cross centre a cheque for aid relief for Tonga.