The remains of a dwelling used by Chinese miners in Cromwell Gorge which has been excavated as part of a programme led by Neville Ritchie ahead of the area being flooded by Lake Dunstan as part of the...
Archaeologist, Neville Ritchie, next to the Clutha River and a marker which shows by how much the river will rise when the area floods to form Lake Dunstan as part of the Clyde Dam project. In the...
A fully restored dwelling of a Chinese miner at Cromwell beside the Kawarau River. The dwelling will be flooded by Lake Dunstan as part of the Clyde Dam project.
Michael Payne, Mark McGinley and Alan Barry of Xavier College at Daytona Park Raceway at 400 Moorhouse Avenue in Sydenham.
Students of Xavier College racing at Daytona Park Raceway at 400 Moorhouse Avenue in Sydenham.
Scott Rogers demonstrates the use of an aquabike on display at the boat show in Canterbury Court.
Air New Zealand hostess, Sally Beaumont, presents flowers to Bella McElligott, on her flight to the West Coast to celebrate her 100th birthday.
Artists from the Arts Employment Scheme with pavlovas at the official opening of the "The Kiwi Quarter Acre Pavlova Paradise" designed by Janet de Wagt on the wall of the Lichfield Street carpark...
Maureen Woodham, winner of the South Island Checkout Operator of the Year at one of the tills at a Hornby supermarket.
Brian Keeley, manager for Northlands SuperValue supermarket, with Harvey Smith, supermarket operations manager for GUS in the produce section.
Bar code scanners at the checkouts at Northlands SuperValue supermarket.
A six colour printing press at the Whitcoulls packaging plant in Hornby.
Keith "Hook" Maffey with potters wheel at Glentunnel brickworks cutting out shapes in pipes.
Staff of the Glentunnel brickworks during their final week before it closes. Pictured are, from left, Paul Ash (manager), Lindsay Marsh, Keith Maffey, Lionel Le Comte, Graham Warren and Allan Hooper.
Lee Courtier of the Apple and Pear Board sticks numbers on apples soon to be set afloat on the Avon River as part of the "Great Apple Race".
Jane Miller taking a bet at the TAB telephone betting centre in Addington.
Bunyarra Trinity, a lilac point Siamese, with her owner Mrs Dorothy Lewis, at the Philatelic Centre in Riccarton with health stamps.
Tinned vegetables on the shelves at a Northlands SuperValue supermarket with some showcasing the use of barcoding.
Thelma Smith and Dave Hines at the white elephant stall at the Labour Day picnic held at Woolston Park.
A child dressed up at the Labour Day picnic in Woolston Park.
Gasholder at the Christchurch Gas Company gas works.
Demolition of the Christchurch Gas Company gas works.
The Christchurch Gas Company gas works site after demolition.
Brice Hori and Jamie Fitzgerald assemble a "laughing girl" display for the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show.