Peter Karawana (left) and Joseph Hokiaanga with help lifting a basket of hot food out of a hāngi at an event for representatives of the Labour Department and Access programme at Rehua Marae.
Kelvin Tinnion (left) and Dave Day, the school caretaker, removing food from the hāngi at Linwood North School as part of Māori language and culture week celebrations.
Interior of fish shop on Armagh Street with two fishmongers.
Interior of Hay's Supermarket at Northlands Shopping Centre. Fruit and vegetable displays are visible in the foreground with customers and in the background is a large mural marking the entrance to...
Lynette Pinn with St Theresa's School pupils and Big Feet ice creams.
Brenda Noble (left) and her sister, Lisa, gathering cockles at Redcliffs.
A group of men carving and serving meat from a hāngi at Avonside Girls High School.
Interior of Stan Johnson's grocer shop, at 787 Colombo Street, an old fashioned style grocery store with goods stored behind a counter. Two employees are stood behind the counter and Stan Johnson...
A lion and a serpent sculpture made from margarine by Hagen Moffitt. The sculpture won third prize in the gross piece section at the Southern Food Fare at Christchurch Town Hall.
Pauline Elsom and John Miller prepare for the opening of Piko wholefood retail store on Kilmore Street.
Cake shaped like the South Island to mark twenty years of producing particle board at Fletcher Timber. Pictured are, from left, Ron Collings, Peter Evans, Yaurie Skelton and Kevin McLeod.
A couple buying ice cream from a Mr Whippy ice cream van on Marine Parade in New Brighton.
Keith and Margery Roper outside their grocery business on Normans Road.
A group of children at Wainoni School gathered around a hāngi basket of cabbage with Ronald Amai. Children, back from left, Nathan Cowan, Chris Manawatu, Joseph Kapea and Arthur Shelford. Front, from...
A family tucking into food from a hāngi at Wainoni School. The Esau family are from left, Kirk Esau, Telesia Esau, Uriah Esau and Tina Esau.
Bags of potatoes piled up on crates inside the warehouse at Vegetable Packers Ltd, Belfast prior to delivery to retail outlets across Christchurch.
Baskets of cabbages and pumpkins for a hāngi being prepared for attendees of the Māori Boys' Hostel annual fair.
Mr Trevor Hawthorn-Smith (left) in his Sergeant Schulz costume with Mr Bill Gibson cooking sausages at a sizzle outside Spreydon Post Office on Selwyn Street. The event was to celebrate that the post...
Teacher Simon Heath and 2nd Form pupil Spencer Fatuleai lifting the covers from a hāngi on the grounds of Chisnallwood Intermediate School during fundraising activities for a new meeting house at the...
Close-up of a can of Watties garden peas.
A selection of various canned Watties products including soup, vegetables and fish.
Interior of the Sequoia Room restaurant, with food set out buffet style, at the DB Redwood Court Motor Hotel on Main North Road, Redwood.
Interior view of the salad bar with customers at Dux de Lux vegetarian restaurant in the Arts Centre on Worcester Boulevard.
A selection of food as well as a specially designed cake at the opening of Ōrauwhata: Bishopdale Library.