Aerial view of Lyttelton Harbour and Lyttelton with ships docked in the port.
John Ai'ono on his 10 speed bike with his sisters Sarona and Saunoa looking on from the front porch of the Ai'ono Family home on Cranbrook Avenue.
Sign writer, Paul Baker, painting Christmas message on a Toyworld window in Timaru.
Sacred Heart College student, Rebecca Whittle, with a transistorised railway at the Canterbury and Westland Science Fair, Horticultural Hall.
The McAlpine Stars marching team at Lancaster Park.
Damaged tree and flooding on the banks of the Heathcote River.
Curator's House in the Botanical Gardens.
Cora Wilding Youth Hostel at Avebury House, 9 Eveleyn Couzins Avenue, Richmond
Exterior and signage of the Portstone restaurant, Woolston.
Mr D. Lublow, civil and naval tailor, sat in his London Street store in Lyttelton next to a traditional Singer sewing machine prior to the closure of his shop after five generations.
Knitting machine being operated at the Lane Walker Rudkin Industries Ltd factory. The knitting machine can do approx. 1600 rows per minute.
Goal keeper for Selwyn hockey team, Peter Bodeker, during a match wearing a mask covering his face to protect him against fiercely struck shots for goal.
Close-up of Karen Yorke, former world roller skating champion at a skate rink in Hornby preparing for world roller skating championships.
Exterior of the Sydenham Post Office building built in 1911 at 340 Colombo Street, Sydenham.
Group of children splashing around in mobile spa pools on Wycola Avenue as part of a school holiday activity programme promotion by Radio Avon.
Owners of Christchurch service stations marching with placards on the bulk fuel installation on Chapmans Road, Woolston protesting against their fuel supplies being cut .
Exterior of the Queen Anne style, Sumner School of the Deaf building and grounds.
Exterior of the Dunlop New Zealand Ltd tyre factory in Woolston.
Assembler Maureen Flattery-Donohoe checking printed componentry at the Tait Electronics production unit.
Kamala at Rehua Marae. Polytechnic Hui. Louisa Crawley teaching.
St Bedes College, March 1980. Before the main building was demolished.
Christchurch campaigners against the aluminium smelter at Aramoana beginning their convoy to Dunedin to meet other protesters. Pictured are, from left, Graeme Lob, Joy Ritchie, Cindy Cander Krogt...
Helen de Beer using a Hoffmann tufting gun at the Shirley carpet shop of her father, Frank de Beer.