South Island secondary schoolboys basketball tournament game between Mairehau and Aranui, held at Cowles Stadium.
New Zealand secondary school girls’ tournament basketball game at Cowles Stadium between Horowhenua College and Glendowie.
Ada Tatana and Piri Graham with the teddy bear mascot of Horowhenua College basketball team at the New Zealand secondary school girls’ tournament at Cowles Stadium.
Event at Cowles Stadium organised by Richie Mills, former YCD staff.
Christchurch Teachers College cheerleaders at a basketball match against Dunedin Teachers College at Cowles Stadium.
View of the Christchurch Children's Orchestra with recorder players and the conductor in the foreground at Cowles Stadium.
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.
Poster announcing march time and location to protest the 1981 South African Springbok rugby tour of New Zealand. Poster features text in red on buff-coloured background and vice versa. Full text from...
Cowles Stadium in Pages Road was built by F. W. Matthews Ltd., Shirley.
Children participating in a breakdancing class at Cowles Stadium, led by Christchurch City Council recreation officer, Neil Gudsell, for a school holiday programme. Children include Ben Lucas...
[Frames 20 and 21] Avon River/Ōtākaro and Porritt Park, Wainoni. [Frames 22 to 24] Bromley and Aranui area including Cowles Stadium, Cuthberts Green, Ruru Lawn Cemetery, Memorial Park Cemetery, and...
Christchurch School of Instrumental Music concert rehearsal in Cowles Stadium.
Jeannie Pera Mcing and introducing the Cook Island Community Group at the first South Pacific festival in Christchurch held at Cowles Stadium on Pages Road.
Fijian group on stage at the first South Pacific festival in Christchurch. The group was run by Tony Qalivutu, community leader at the time.