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Jelly bean eating competition

Clare Kershaw attempting to eat 100 jelly beans during the Guinness Book of Records, record breaking weekend at QEII Park.

Date 1989-02-10
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

Jelly bean eating competition

Theo Stewart attempting to eat 100 jelly beans during the Guinness Book of Records, record breaking weekend at QEII Park.

Date 1989-02-10
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

One of the 26 flower beds on the banks of the Avon River

Christchurch City Council parks and recreation department worker Julianne Farrell (left) applies the finishing touches to one of the 26 flower beds now laid on the banks of the Avon opposite Noahs...

Date 1989-02-11
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

Christchurch Polytechnic students

A group of students with their tutor Mrs Marina Hughes (centre) to mark the launch of a new course at Christchurch Polytechnic especially designed for Māori young people to develop management skills.

Date 1989-02-06
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

Sarah Benzie, library assistant

Sarah Benzie, library assistant at Canterbury Public Library, with photographs of missing paintings. The paintings had been borrowed by library members over a number of years and never returned.

Date 1989-02-02
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

Nick Williams with a wave ski

Nick Williams with one of his wave skis at his business in Woolston, Glass Pro Fibreglass.

Date 1989-02-04
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

Grasshopper land sailboarding

Jason Vaseos, Hornby After School Programme and Erica Law, outdoor recreation adviser, on Grasshopper land sailboards. The pair are trialling the sailboards ahead of the Waterside Festival by the...

Date 1989-02-16
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

Moving the Queen Victoria Statue

View of a crane lifting the Queen Victoria Statue during her temporary removal whilst work takes place in Victoria Square.

Date 1989-02-15
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

Moving the Queen Victoria Statue

Ned Moir of Slade Engineering preparing to temporarily move the Queen Victoria statue in Victoria Square whilst redevelopment works take place in the area.

Date 1989-02-15
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

Cleaning Queen Victoria statue

Malcolm Ngatai, a technician of Waterblast Techniques cleaning the Queen Victoria statue in Victoria Square during her temporary removal during renovations to Victoria Square. In the background is the...

Date 1989-02-25
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

Laying concrete for Price Waterhouse building

Peter Steel, partner in charge of Price Waterhouse, laying concrete in the construction of the Price Waterhouse building.

Date 1989-02-10
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

Papanui High School, Langdons Road

Exterior of the main office block and entrance to Papanui High School.

Date 1989-02-15
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

Mr Bob Hawkin on a 1903 traction engine

Mr Bob Hawkin driving his 1903 traction engine and pulling two trailers along Main North Road in Redwood towards the Belfast Country Fair.

Date 1989-02-23
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs

Fair at Rangi Ruru Girls' School

Seventh formers at Rangi Ruru Girls' School celebrating at the school fair. Band member Paul Stamler with his tuba and students dressed as clowns, from left, Nic Sturrock, Emma Lawrence, Felicity...

Date 1987-03-21
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1987 Christchurch Star photographs

Okains Bay Waitangi Day celebrations

The Governor General's representative, Mr Hapi Winiata, an elder of the Northern Te Arawa tribe, addresses the crowd at the Okains Bay Waitangi Day celebrations.

Date 1989-02-07
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1989 Christchurch Star photographs