Exterior of Lyndhurst Home at 58 Bealey Avenue shortly before its closure and conversion into an abortion clinic.
Exterior of Lyndhurst Home at 58 Bealey Avenue.
Jessie Haworth of the Sing-Alongs about to cut the cake to celebrate the 200th programme in the Salvation Army Citadel. Pictured with her is Ray Lewis, the originator of the Christchurch Sing-Alongs...
Stephen Flanagan (bottom), Mrs May Evans, the branch president and Allen Horrell painting the interior of the Christchurch Senior Citizens Hall on Cashel Street.
View of the Cass Bay Labour Department explosives dump which local residents deem unsafe.
Police inspecting the scene of a suspected bomb blast outside Canterbury Tales bookshop in the Village Gate Shopping Mall in Merivale.
The window of the Canterbury Tales bookshop in the Village Gate Shopping Mall in Merivale, after a suspected bomb blast.
The damaged remains of a boat after it exploded at Scarborough boat ramp. The cause of the explosion was unknown.
John Vryenhoek and John Mitchell, developers of Big Apple ice rink on the Brougham Street site during the early stages of construction.
Colleen Franklin, antique shop owner at Peerswick Mall on Church Corner Upper Riccarton, with a Victorian beaded bag.
Doug Anderson supervises Nauru trainee, Preston Ilaia at the Regional Survey of Draughting School at the Solomon Islands College for Higher Education in Honiara. The school is funded as part New...
Firefighters replacing a punctured tyre on a fire engine outside the Royal George Tavern at 67 Fitzgerald Avenue.
Members of the Wellington and Dunedin regiments of Alf's Imperial Army stood against a wall in Midland Park, Wellington. Taken during eleventh anniversary celebrations prior to a colour presenting...
Mr Dave Hawkey, Christchurch's sandwich board man, stood in the centre courtyard of the Arts Centre promoting the opening day of the market.
Interior of the Te Waka O Māui restaurant in the Carlton Courts on the corner of Papanui Road and Bealey Avenue. In the centre are owners Mrs Roberta Arohanga (left) and Ms Estelle Ward-Ubels. Te Waka...
Interior of the Shakespeare Restaurant on Papanui Road in Merivale with customers seated at tables.
Exterior and outdoor seating area of the Sorbonne restaurant in the Arts Centre on Worcester Boulevard. Diners are being entertained by accordion and guitar players.
Ray Woodfield (left) and Owen Foster of the Brevet Club, standing beneath a burnt Spitfire that was vandalised on Memorial Avenue near Christchurch Airport.
Exterior of a hexadome house being installed onto its foundations on their site at 280 Memorial Avenue in Burnside. Twenty four triangles and four six sided panels made up the dome frame and are the...
Interior of the Charles Upham lounge at the Christchurch RSA. The lounge is named in honour of Captain Upham, the only New Zealander to win two Victoria Crosses.
Mrs Marie Ovington and her two granddaughters on the train at Ferrymead Heritage Park.
Governor-General, Sir David Beattie, presenting Abel Seaman Daniel Douglas with the Charles Upham Award for bravery. The award was presented during the official opening of the Charles Upham lounge at...
Mat Reedy chairman of the Christchurch district rehabilitation committee examining a mural depicting the Second World War which is to be displayed at the Christchurch Returned Services Association...
The Butterfields building on High Street which is to be demolished.