Whetu Tirakatene-Sullivan, the MP for Southern Maori, and Minister of Maori Affairs, Wetere, being welcomed on to Nga Hau E Wha National Marae by Te Ari Brennan. Celebrating the official opening of...
Members of the organising committee for the Polynesian Festival performing a haka on the track at QEII Park, the chosen venue for the Festival. Members pictured are, from left, Mike Waretini, Dr Peter...
Nathan Boyd welcoming the new deputy head teacher Mr Rex Gibson, with a hongi to Aranui High School as part of a ceremonial welcome.
Kimi Jackson, 16, and Rihari Simeon, 13, of Aranui High School, with posters for the 8th New Zealand Polynesian Festival.
Scenes of the Controller of Māori welfare of the Māori affairs Department, Mr Bill Herewini, responding to a welcome at Rehua Marae on Springfield Road in Richmond.
Views of floats in Leeston for the Ellesmere Agricultural and Pastoral Association centennial show.
Te Kotahitanga Junior Māori dancing party celebrating outside Christchurch Town Hall following the Starlets Christmas party.
Joan Anderson, teacher at Rowley School with pupils Genevieve Tauroa, Tarsha O'Malley, Rowena Brown and Karaitana Ferris learning Te Reo Māori.
Guests at the wedding of Arnold Robinson and Hineuru Jones, Pacific Hall, Canterbury Museum.
Head and shoulders portrait of Methodist minister, Moke Couch.
Junior members of the Te Kotahitanga Māori Club with Poi on stage ahead of a performance at Aranui High School gymnasim. Members include, from front left, Mamae Blake,Te Kahurangi Blake and Maria...
Exterior of the Māori youth centre on Gloucester Street in Linwood during its construction.
Mura O Te Ahi at his Tattoo Shop "Simbolic Tatu" on Hardy Street in New Brighton.
Children participating in a Te Kōhanga Reo programme at Lyttelton Main School. Pictured leading the group in song and dance are, from left, Louise Wharekawa, Viola Anderson and Liz Thackwell.
Māori artwork and toys in the interior of Cotswold Preschool and Nursery at 37 Colesbury Street, Bishopdale.
Portraits of Mrs Vera McNeilage with a tapestry of the C. E. Goldie’s “A good joke”.
Te Kotahitanga Māori culture group performing on stage during the Starlets Christmas party at Christchurch Town Hall.
Taikura Davey, 18 months, who was supposed to be watching his big sister Pianika Davey perform at a whakaeke at Linwood High School to welcome the new principal, Mr Derek Chapman, stealing the show by...
Views of art on display as part of an Old Girls' Association art and craft exhibition at the Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery. Frames two and three are of Mrs Paula Williams, a member of the...
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.
Views of a piece of Pounamu/Greenstone with Te Waipounamu/South Island carved into it at the Te Wai Pounamu Māori Girls College.
Head and shoulder portraits of L. W. Te Paa, who has received a sponsored invitation to represent Māori people at the Pacific Basin and Asian Conference in Fiji.
View of a Māori cultural performance during the opening ceremony for the 1974 Commonwealth Games at QEII Stadium in Christchurch.