"Miss Freightcare", Trudy van Zyl, in a dangerous goods store in Christchurch as part of campaign to promote safe handling of substances and awkward loads by the Railways Corporation. Zyl is wearing a...
Exterior of the main building and grounds at Hagley High School at 510 Hagley Avenue formerly founded as Christchurch West High School in 1858.
6th Form pupil at Hagley High School, Simon Underwood, in the newly built school computer room sat at a BBC unit computer. Other pupils working on computers are visible in the background.
Pupils from a third form art class at Hornby High School wearing papier-mache masks of Robert Muldoon, Prime Minister of New Zealand. From left, Diane McIIwrick, Angela Sweeney, Jason Radonovich...
Johnathan Mackenzie from Palmerston North Secondary School, creator of Robotnik Three, presenting it at the 1983 ICI New Zealand science fair at Christchurch Town Hall.
Interior of Cowles Stadium with classic cars and motorcycles parked across the sports courts during the Hot Rod Show. Crowds of people are visible viewing the vehicles during the show.
The National Union of Railwaymen's Canterbury secretary, Mr P. S Corliss, speaking to the railway staff through a loud hailer while the Minister of Transport, Mr Gair, waits on the footpath outside...
William Deans, aged 93 (left) with his grand-nephew, Robbie Deans aged 23. William Deans is the brother of Bob Deans, the 1905 All Blacks rugby player and Robbie Deans plays for Canterbury rugby team.
Members of the Ruapuna Speedway junior riders, all under age 16, sat on the speedway on their motorcycles.
Mark Smith, dressed as Mr Apple, scooping apples from the Avon River after testing the Town Hall section of the river ahead of the Great Apple Race organised by the Apple and Pear Board.
Exterior of S.R. Ingold Ltd Mercers and Drapers on Colombo Street, Sydenham. Several bicycles are parked outside the store and a chemist is visible on the left hand side.
Exterior view of the crowded window displays at John Hallet Bicycle & Hardware store at 169 Ferry Road, Waltham.
Workman on a tractor clearing a site on Clarence Street ready to be turned into the Riccarton "Windmill Shopping Centre". A partially demolished house is in the centre of the site and the Methodist...
Michael Armstrong, artist, in his studio on Idris Road with a piece of his artwork and a sewing machine.
Gameplay action of Simon Tilley of High School Old Boys kneeling for the ball towards Harewood's Chris Leslie during the senior men's hockey match at Porritt Park.
Gameplay action of Cashmere's John Wilson heading the ball away from Technical's Mark Smith in the Chatham Cup soccer match at English Park.
Children at a Christchurch City Council event with free roller skates. Children, from left, Lee Ann Holderness, Bronwyn McManus, Gail Wickliffe, Joyce Lilley, Vanya Heuvel, Monique Stocker, Christine...
View across King Edward Barracks down to packed stalls with goods for sale and customers browsing at a garage sale organised by Christchurch West Jaycees and Radio Avon.
Crowds of shoppers on Christmas Eve along the main street Brighton Mall in New Brighton. Farmers, Arbuckle's and Dowsons Shoe store are along the street.
View of the Brighton Mall sign lit up at night looking down the central pedestrianised street. The sign for Woolworths is on the right.
Darryl Tatum and Phil Brown outside the front of the Recycled Recreation shop, traders in affordable used recreational gear at 81 Manchester Street.
Audience of children from Cotswold School at Willowbank Wildlife Reserve, Northwood waiting for Michael Willis to milk Girl, a Highland cow, by hand.
Ruiha Simeon, age 4, of Aranui holds a sample of the crafts created by students who participate in craft courses at Aranui Community Centre. A display of other students' work is visible in the...
Audience at a Jehovah's Witness annual district convention held at Canterbury Court.