The Monarch Motor cycles team with their motorcycles ahead of the Castrol 6hr and Yamaha 2hr motorcycle races at Manfeild. The team, from left front row, Mike Pero, Duane Brown, Andrew Gregor, Doug...
Bella McElligott, celebrating her 99th birthday, with her life membership to the Labour Party and a photograph of herself when she met Norman Kirk on her 90th birthday.
Margaret McKinlay, originally from Scotland but settled in New Zealand, celebrating 100th birthday at the Nurse Maude Hospital in Merivale.
Staff processing fish at Barbadoes Fisheries Limited in Sydenham.
Aerial view of the gas works site with the Waltham Street bridge and Moorhouse Avenue in the foreground.
Alister Stevens and Mark Robinson drive a delivery wagon, pulled by Maxwelton Sunset at the grand parade.
Men working on a Citroen car at Motor Repairs Ltd, operated by Lionel Streeter at 22a Tyne Street in Addington.
The Rolleston Tavern, Main South Road.
The stereo lounge, located upstairs at the Record Room.
Girl Guides changing a tyre as part of the Guiding programme.
Demolition of the National Bank on the corner of Manchester and Hereford streets.
Sydenham Park groundsman, David Lynch, with personal customer bank papers he found blowing in the street near the Brougham Street park entrance.
Staff from the Canterbury Savings Bank discussing the new cashflow machine at North Cathedral Square. Pictured, from left, Graham Angus, Roy Young, Graeme Reid and Martin Lindley.
Construction of the new Salvation Army citadel on Victoria Street near Victoria Square.
Bob Evenden, architect of the new Salvation Army citadel on the site during construction on Victoria Street near Victoria Square. The citadel is being built to complement the Christchurch Town Hall.
Exterior of the entrance to Chambers restaurant in the former Library Chambers on the corner of Hereford Street and Cambridge Terrace.