Francine Porteous, executive officer responsible for the Pacific Islands Industrial Development Scheme (PIIDS), with a soccer ball that will be manufactured in Tonga by F. C. Matthews and Sons Ltd.
Environmentalist board game invented by Steve Darnold.
Carpets on display at the Moorhouse Carpet Market on Moorhouse Avenue.
Gabriel Kremer checks the new oven at Shades French Bakery on Hereford Street shortly before it opens.
Mrs Vivian Hopkins (left) and Mrs Doreen Ramsey decorating Christmas cakes at the Ernest Adams factory in Phillipstown for export to Australia.
A fire engine with a turntable ladder parked in a car parking area.
A fire fighter climbing the turntable ladder on a fire engine in a cul-de-sac.
The new Akaroa Volunteer Fire Brigade fire engine, a Chevrolet Custom C35 chassis and cab, the first of its kind in New Zealand.
Mark Hibberd, big catch Rainbow Trout. Waimakariri River, Belfast, Christchurch.
The Lakisoe/Smith/Ai'ono family posing on the steps of the church at Edwin and Janet Pereira's wedding in Nelson.
St Paul's PIC Autalavou Picnic in Glentunnel.
St Paul's PIC Autalavou Picnic. Fia and Sarona Ai'ono are on the right.
Burnside High Geography trip to the Port Hills. Jill, Karen, Dawn and Sarona Ai'ono.
St Pauls PIC Autalavou Picnic at Glentunnel. The busdrivers that attended the church would pull up in their buses and the whole church would pile in and go to their annual picnic.
Family photograph taken on the steps of a house while visiting the Ai'ono family in Porirua.
Siblings vist from Samoa - Asiata Ai'ono, Fuatino Koke Iakopo, and Aiono Paepae with Delon Lafituana'i outside Uncle Asiatas home on Tuam Street.
Saunoa Ai'ono, Edna Faletoese, and Sarona Ai'ono on top of the tractor at Aunty Sue and Uncle Trevors farm in Oxford.
Savea Malaki Ai'ono posing in front of the Cranbrook Ave family home in the snow.
Fa'asala Ai'ono and Fa'avaoa Faletoese sitting in a quiet corner talking at the St Paul's PIC Autalavou Picnic in Glentunnel.
This is myself at Orana Park when it was quite new as an attaction. I was very nervous about going on the pony rides; we had also just driven through the lion enclosure and had a lion jump up on the...
Exterior view of Papanui butchery.
Fa'asala Ai'ono, Melany Ai'ono and Jenny at St Paul's PIC Lotu Tamaiti (White Sunday).
St Paul's PIC Autalavou Picnic at Glentunnel with the Youth group posing in the background. Members of the Faletoese Family and Ai'ono Family pictured here.
Talaga Te'evale and Alofa Ai'ono at the St Paul's PIC Au Talavou Picnic at Glentunnel.