A reconstructed hut at the Chinatown in Cromwell which will be flooded by Lake Dunstan when the Clyde Dam is completed.
Two archaeology field workers examine a rock shelter in the Cromwell Gorge as part of programme directed by Neville Ritchie in the lead up to the flooding of the area to form Lake Dunstan as part of...
Dr Neville Ritchie, archaeologist, and his wife Alexy Simmons, in the former commercial area of Cromwell with a historic stone building. The building is due to be re-sited ahead of the area being...
View of sculptor, Llew Summers.
View of crowds, taken from the stage, of an auction at Rangiora showgrounds of items left over from the National Scout Jamboree.
Gay Le Comte using the indoor ski ramp at the Big Apple ice fair at the Big Apple Ice Rink on Brougham Street.
Andrew Fazakarley (left) and Daryl Barker speed around the track at Daytona Park Raceway at 400 Moorhouse Avenue in Sydenham.
Construction of a retirement centre, Chateau Blanc, on the edge of Cranmer Square at 363 Montreal Street.
Re-installation, following maintenance, of the clock on the Central Canterbury Electric Power Board Main South Road headquarters on the corner of Main South Road and Brynley Street in Hornby.
Mary Pauwels, promotion officer for the Christchurch subcentre of the St John Ambulance Association, with a thermometer showing how the Association aims to double the membership to their Friends of St...
Bernice Armstrong, secretary to the Returned Services Association, with a box of Anzac poppies made in Christchurch.
Rebecca Downes at the end of her 8000 hours as an apprentice woodturner at the Saxon Street factory in Linwood.
Two prefabricated steel sections of a raking truss which have been installed as part of the construction of the Park Royal Hotel.
Construction of the Park Royal Hotel, as seen from Kilmore Street.
A worker installing the Park Royal Hotel sign.
Construction of north eastern wing of the Park Royal Hotel as seen on Kilmore Street.
View of the construction of the Park Royal Hotel on the corner of Kilmore Street and Durham Street North.
View of the construction of the Park Royal Hotel, as seen from Kilmore Street.
Mayor, Hamish Hay with Tony Young, Doug Joy, and Charles Luney at the topping off ceremony for the Park Royal Hotel.
Architect, Maurice Mahoney , Council general manager, John Gray, Mayor, Hamish Hay, and Southern Pacific Hotel Corporation executive director, Tony Young at the site of the Park Royal Hotel.
Sheep gathering around a hay bale to feed after heavy snowfall.
Aerial view of snow covered houses in Canterbury.
Aerial view of Methven under snow.
Looking south east from Porters Pass.