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.
Curator's House in the Botanical Gardens.
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.
A woman tests an electronic self breath analyser.
A graph showing the annual alcohol consumption in New Zealand from 1882-1976.
A group of friends at the Groynes. Pictured, from front to back, Patrick Maguire, Glenn Thorpe, Steven Thorpe, Richard Geange and Michael Tansey.
Hoghton Hughes sat in the studio of Music World in Sydenham.
Raewyn Cooke teaches Christchurch South Intermediate pupils how to ride motorcycles. The riders are (from left): Richard Grist, Shane Siataga (behind), Ms Cooke, Phillip Peters and Darren Davey...
Tents blown over by the wind at Spencer Park Motor Camp.
Henrietta Canning (left) and Jean McGregor on one of The Star excursions for the elderly at the Horizon Restaurant at Christchurch Airport.
Ellen Tovey (left) and Linda Watts at the Canterbury Aged People's Welfare Council's party at the North Avon Road centre in Richmond.
Ethel Bell, working in the garden of her supported living cottage in Riccarton.
View of a bedroom at the newly opened Resthaven Salvation Army home on Colombo Street.
View of the lounge area at the newly opened Resthaven Salvation Army home on Colombo Street.
Warren Fletcher with the new turntable ladder unit at the Central Fire Station on Kilmore Street.
M. Horne, factory manager of Natural Energy Electric Vehicles (NEEV), with an electric truck.
The remains of a circular brick kiln.
A fibreclass horse float outside Cresta Craft, 99 Main South Road, Sockburn.
Anna Taylor, 5, with the laughing clowns game at the Industries Fair at the Addington Show Grounds.
Hugh Sim demonstrates the poor quality of his asphalt driveway at 135 Mersey Street, St Albans which was inadequately sealed by a contractor.
Artist Margaret Chapman with the designs for the 1980 health stamp series.