Pupil at Phillipstown School, Wayne Wood, wearing a Santa Claus costume created by his mum for the school fancy-dress party.
Police in riot gear drawing their batons against protesters who entered the pitch at Lancaster Park to demonstrate against the Springbok rugby tour.
Exterior of Linwood High School buildings and playground. Several pupils are visible playing in the foreground.
Exterior of Skil Power Tool Centre at 373 Tuam Street.
Staff members, from left, S.A. Ashby, D.I. Tomlinson, and S.A. Hardy putting brushes together at Hayd'n Brush Company Ltd at 73 Olliviers Road in Phillipstown.
Jacqueline Baxter with nursery rhyme cakes at the Ernest Adams factory on Tuam Street in Phillipstown.
Uncooked cakes on the production line at the Ernest Adams factory on Tuam Street in Phillipstown. Pictured are, from left, Ivan McDonald, Keith Adams, B. Murray and John Riley.
Mrs Vivian Hopkins (left) and Mrs Doreen Ramsey decorating Christmas cakes at the Ernest Adams factory in Phillipstown for export to Australia.
Exterior of the Church of the Good Shepherd and the Anglican Māori Mission Centre, 4 Phillips Street, Phillipstown . The church was built in 1885 by architect Benjamin Mountford.
Dennis Wilkes demonstrates safety tests to Minister of Consumer Affairs, Margaret Shields and Yaldhurst MP, Margaret Austin, at the Consumers' Institute at 482 Tuam Street.
Phillipstown Primary School pupils playing on the adventure playground on the school grounds.
Exterior of the Church of the Good Shepherd, 4 Phillips Street, Phillipstown during renovations following a fire in the church hall. The church was built in 1885 by architect Benjamin Mountford.
Tas Scott, retiring head of the Consumers' Institute in the Institute's testing laboratory at 482 Tuam Street.
Exterior of the historic Phillipstown Post Office building built in 1910 at 244 Ferry Road on the corner with Barbour Street, Phillipstown.
Jessie Hicks of Linwood on flooded Aldwins Road.
Pupils from Linwood High School in costume ready for a performance of 'Showboat' hosted by the school. Front, Vanessa Clausen. From left, Philip Seamark, Annah Yates, Anne Nordhaus, Simon Lean, Rose...
Exterior of the Edmonds "sure to rise" factory and gardens.
Kathy and Nigel Windelburn with a rotating roasting oven for their business Garden City Coffee Makers in Essex Street, Phillipstown.
Mr Philpott tests prams at the Consumers' Institute at 482 Tuam Street.
Mr Philpott and Elizabeth Kennedy test the brakes of a pram at the Consumers' Institute at 482 Tuam Street.
Workmen erecting a display in the main pitch at Lancaster park for a Jehovah's Witness assembly. The Port Hills are visible in the background.
View across packed stands at Lancaster Park Stadium with delegates during the opening address of the Jehovah's Witness convention.
Panoramic image of floodlit crowds in the stands and on the pitch at Lancaster Park stadium during Billy Graham's Crusades, an evangelical campaign which toured around the world.
Testing of Action Man figure at the Consumers' Institute at 482 Tuam Street.