Exterior view of the former headquarters of the Aged People's Welfare Council at 60 Cashel Street in the central city.
Dorothy Hill-Holmes, president of the Electrical Association for Women which is due to wind up at the end of the month due to increasing numbers of women growing up with technology and no longer...
Exterior of the newly opened Bethany Village residential home at 34 Paparoa Street in Papanui.
Grant Maitland and Ray Hawthorne of Grey Residential with a model they built of a house for a client, the McGills, at Tai Tapu.
Eva Gilmore, president of the Save the Children Fund North Canterbury, with donations of clothing and bedding for those affected by a cyclone in Suva.
Sue Cooke and Stephen Gleeson selling art work from a cart to raise funds for their friend and fellow artist Marian Maguire to study at the Tamarind Institute of Lithography in New Mexico.
Don Turner and David Fleming in front of Cranmer Courts on the corner of Kilmore and Montreal streets.
Auctioneer assistant, Hilary Hutchison, with a vintage telephone and Kodak 2C autographic special camera at a Watsons Auction and Real Estate auction.
Cecilia Tolan, assistant at Gallery 11 on Gloucester Street, with a wax doll brought to New Zealand in 1873.
Helen Hood (left), Mike Woodall and Pat Hunter manning the Magpies Nest stall at an antiques fair at the Horticultural Hall.
Ken Oxford (left) and Peter Small at the Great Western Adventure wild west township, a paintballing game complex still under construction at Dodge City, Johns Road in Harewood.
Leader of the sea cadet guard, Tonya Robins, standing in rest-on-arms reverse position at the Citizens War Memorial in Cathedral Square during the Anzac Day dawn service next to ChristChurch Cathedral...
Kenneth Oxford, operations manager of Great Western Adventure wild west township, a paintballing game complex still under construction at Dodge City, Johns Road in Harewood.
Poster for an exhibition at the Robert McDougall Art Gallery which ran from 1 May 1986 to 1 June 1986
Emma Giles, 11, with Katushka Grey Goblin, a Shetland pony, at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Terry Hermansson playing rugby league match between Papanui and Linwood at Sydenham Showgrounds.
Commissionaire John Graham, in front of Noahs Hotel, where he welcomes guests.
Amy Thompson and Daniel Richards are part of an art team of secondary and intermediate school students painting murals on the fence at the corner of Kilmore Street and Durham Street North.
Donna Cunningham and other pupils of Aranui High School painting a mural on the fence at the corner of Kilmore Street and Durham Street North.
Team members of a mural painting project at the corner of Durham Street North and Kilmore Street, holding a print of an artwork by Graham Sydney.
Mural painting team at the fence on the construction site of the Park Royal Hotel, at the corner of Kilmore Street and Durham Street North.
Heaton Intermediate School pupils, Timothy Wang, 11, and Kirsten Taylor, 13, with the design for their mural at the corner of Durham Street North and Kilmore Street.
Construction of the foundations for the Park Royal Hotel.
Mayor, Hamish Hay, talks with Heaton Intermediate School entrants about their mural project at the corner of Kilmore Street and Durham Street North.