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.
Exterior of Lyndhurst Home at 58 Bealey Avenue.
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.
Colleen Franklin, antique shop owner at Peerswick Mall on Church Corner Upper Riccarton, with a Victorian beaded bag.
John Vryenhoek and John Mitchell, developers of Big Apple ice rink on the Brougham Street site during the early stages of construction.
Poster for an exhibition at the Robert McDougall Art Gallery which ran from 7 August – 23 September 1984
Lance Corporal Elizabeth Gardiner uses Karen Menting, to demonstrate drill techniques. Karen and Gina Cunningham are limited service volunteers.
Maria Robinson abseiling down a cliff on a limited service volunteer programme.
Snow at Springfield with a view of foothills.
Sheet metal worker, Kevin Ludeman, operating the Press Brake at Elbar Industries factory, Riccarton.
Carl Manners and Darrell Harris demonstrate the installation of the new playground Christchurch Polytechnic trainees built at Aranui Primary School.
Air Commodore John Gordon reviews the passing out parade of the Royal New Zealand Air Force's first intake of limited service volunteers.
Jamie Lange, Shaun Wipou and Lisa Harrow, learning tanker unloading from Belfast service station proprietor, John Meyer, as part of a Caltex employment preparation scheme for school leavers.
Corporal Craig Tuohy demonstrates the first movement of the quick march to volunteers at Burnham military camp.
Second World War veteran, P.G.H. Scott selling an Anzac Day poppy to Tania Fisk.
Representatives of youth groups carry flags into ChristChurch Cathedral on Anzac Day.
Members of the military salute the Citizens' War Memorial as part of the Anzac Day dawn service in Cathedral Square.
Firefighters replacing a punctured tyre on a fire engine outside the Royal George Tavern at 67 Fitzgerald Avenue.
Painting by Richard Wallwork of a young Ngaio Marsh overlooking Sumner.
Eleven-year -old Katherine Thurlow holding petition signatures for a new roller skating venue in Papanui.