Akaroa firefighters with the Akaroa fire station which they deliberately set alight as the brigade is due to move to a new station next door. Pictured are, (front) Des Kotlowski, Ted McNabb (chief...
The TAB regional computer processing centre at Addington under construction near Addington Raceway.
Family barbecue at my brother's house. Beach towels on the line. Para pool with polystyrene float board. Lots of tanned bodies. Old style folding chairs. Deck chairs with canvas covering, fringed top...
Louise Virtue, Librarian, shifting books from the old Canterbury Public Library to the new Central Library Gloucester Street.
Santa Claus at the Skate Inn roller staking rink, Dunedin.
Albert Thompson, 94, cuts a Christmas cake celebrating 21 years of The Star excursions for the elderly at the Captain's Table restaurant at Christchurch Airport. Watching him is Star promotions...
Tom Pyle, 82, resident of Langford House at 20 Battersea Street in Sydenham. He is sitting outside the facility with his suitcase following the decision was made by the Canterbury Aged Welfare Council...
Exterior of the new fire station at 49 Beach Road in Akaroa.
Ali White operates the filling machine at Barkers Winery, Geraldine which has just started producing non-alcoholic fruit drinks.
Exterior of the Canterbury Public Library on the corner of Gloucester Street and Oxford Terrace as seen from Cambridge Terrace looking across to Oxford Terrace the Avon River and riverbank.
Louise Virtue (right) helping to move crates of books into the newly finished Canterbury Public Library on Gloucester Street.
Girl Guides evacuating train station following a bomb scare at the Christchurch Railway Station. The station received an anonymous call at 9.50am saying a bomb had been planted on board the train.
Portrait of deputy city librarian for Canterbury Public Library, Helen Tait.
Passengers, including Girl Guides, sheltering from the rain in a goods wagon after evacuating the railway station due to bomb scare. The station received an anonymous call at 9.50am saying a bomb had...
R.G. Morris, manager of Hornby Mall, placing angels on a Christmas tree as part of a programme in collaboration with the Mall Merchants Association to provide presents to disadvantaged children in and...
Two year old, Gavin Hussey examining the Christmas tree with a selection of presents inside ChristChurch Cathedral.
Woman and child examine shoes on display in Dowsons, Ferry Road.
Exterior of Dowsons store at 68 Lichfield Street. A handwritten sign outside announces the store is now open.
Exterior of the hydroslides at QEII Park during the final stages of construction.
Interior of the Sign of the Takahe restaurant area on Hackthorne Road, Cashmere.
Exterior of the Canterbury Public Library as seen from Gloucester Street on the corner with Oxford Terrace shortly prior to opening.
Helen DeJong selling mystery envelopes to raise money for the YMCA.