The Most Rev B.P. Ashby at the blessing of the foundation stone at St Matthew's Church, on Jeffreys Road, Bryndwr.
Exterior of Delabole house in Redcliffs, a colonial style house built almost entirely out of re-cycled materials from old Christchurch buildings when they were demolished. Stood in front of the house...
Exterior of Lochranza house in Lyttelton owned by Ruth and Barry Thackwell. The house was built by former mayor of Lyttelton, Mr Malcolm Miller, c1890 and named after a fishing village on the Isle of...
Exterior view of the main building at Marian College, Shirley. Cars are parked outside the main entrance and a banner for the Marian College hall fund is attached above the main entrance.
Exterior and grounds of the family home of Mrs Avice Hill on Memorial Avenue. Mrs Hill gifted the land on her property to Waimairi District Council to run and administer a craft centre. Mrs Hill is...
Herb garden on the grounds of the family home of Mrs Avice Hill on Memorial Avenue, Burnside. Mrs Hill gifted the land on her property to Waimairi District Council to run and administer a craft centre...
Crowds at Christchurch Airport watching a Stearman aircraft passing low during the PDL Air show. Another aircraft is visible on the tarmac with the Port Hills in the background.
Crowds at Christchurch Airport looking up, some with binoculars, during the PDL Air show.
Christchurch South Intermediate pupils Danial Lindsay, Corrin Dann, Emma Kinsley and Emily Moore as characters in a musical of Alice in Wonderland.
Children from Northcote Kindergarten singing with clowns Ellise Byrant (back) and Robert Stewart during a train ride from Christchurch Railway Station to Papanui as part of a Christmas event organised...
Children riding horses in a parade at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
A crowd watches motorcycle rider, Terry Courtney, give a demonstration at Wings and Wheels.
A Fletcher FU24 top dresser gives a demonstration at the Wings and Wheels Classic at Wigram.
Barry Mather, owner of Mr Pickwick Trading Post, holding the original deeds to a building which was once part of Ward brewers.
Pastry cook, Bill Willems, puts up a notice in the window of his shop.
Mrs Faith Tohu in a supermarket holding up food stuffs to promote her business, Faith's Unique Shopping Service (FUSS), delivering grocery shopping to paying customers.
University of Canterbury graduands on Colombo Street cross Armagh Street outside the National Bank while marching from the old university site to the town hall.
Cricketer Richard Hadlee jumping whilst bowling during a cricket match in Hagley Park.
Mr Kevin Keenan with sweets display in the Foodstuffs supermarket on Main North Road, Papanui.
Close-up of an old Telecom telephone after being repurposed as a money box for sale.
Murray Thacker and his son Luis Thacker with a cart and bullocks on a 54 km trek from Okains Bay to Christchurch for the 125th A&P Show.
Interior of Pioneer Stadium with classic cars and motorcycles parked across the sports courts during the National Hot Rod Show. People are visible viewing the vehicles during the show.
Mr Ron Gunn a railways employee due to retire, with two cats, Tiger (left) and Fluff who are mousers at Carlyle Street goods sheds for the railways.
Staff outside the entrance to Cranford Street Post Office in St Albans. Staff, from left, Mr Brian Wyatt, Postmaster with Mrs Judith Bond, Mrs Sylvia Jones and Miss Therese Mackey.