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Jessie Haworth of the Sing-Alongs

Jessie Haworth of the Sing-Alongs about to cut the cake to celebrate the 200th programme in the Salvation Army Citadel. Pictured with her is Ray Lewis, the originator of the Christchurch Sing-Alongs...

Date 1984-10-02
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Collection 1984 Christchurch Star photographs

Te Waka O Māui restaurant, Carlton Courts

Interior of the Te Waka O Māui restaurant in the Carlton Courts on the corner of Papanui Road and Bealey Avenue. In the centre are owners Mrs Roberta Arohanga (left) and Ms Estelle Ward-Ubels. Te Waka...

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Collection 1984 Christchurch Star photographs

Sorbonne Restaurant

Exterior and outdoor seating area of the Sorbonne restaurant in the Arts Centre on Worcester Boulevard. Diners are being entertained by accordion and guitar players.

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Vandalised Spitfire

Ray Woodfield (left) and Owen Foster of the Brevet Club, standing beneath a burnt Spitfire that was vandalised on Memorial Avenue near Christchurch Airport.

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Collection 1984 Christchurch Star photographs

The Charles Upham lounge at the Christchurch RSA

Interior of the Charles Upham lounge at the Christchurch RSA. The lounge is named in honour of Captain Upham, the only New Zealander to win two Victoria Crosses.

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Able Seaman Daniel Douglas being presented with an award

Governor-General, Sir David Beattie, presenting Abel Seaman Daniel Douglas with the Charles Upham Award for bravery. The award was presented during the official opening of the Charles Upham lounge at...

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Collection 1984 Christchurch Star photographs

Mural at the Māori Land Court

Mr Steve Paewai of the Māori Affairs Department stood next to a mural representing the ancestral heritage of the Ngāi Tahu and Kāti Mamoe tribes of the South Island at the Māori Land Court and offices...

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100,000th 1984 visitor to Robert McDougall Art Gallery

Roger Smith, exhibitions manager at the Robert McDougall Art Gallery presenting Kate Turrell with a copy of Te Māori outside the gallery. Kate was unexpectedly the 100,000th visitor to the gallery...

Date 1984-10-18
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Collection 1984 Christchurch Star photographs

Basket making workshop, Durham Street Methodist Church

Mrs Mavis Smith, tutor for the basket making workshop at Aldersgate helping Vicki Jack making a wicker basket. Other attendees at the workshop are visible in the background.

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Collection 1984 Christchurch Star photographs

Aranui High School annual work day

Students from Aranui High School painting the outside of a sleepout at a house on Breezes Road during the school's annual work day. Hami Rayner is pictured with Mark Wilson on the ladder.

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Removal of vandalised Spitfire

A crane removing the burnt Spitfire which was vandalised outside the Brevet Club on Memorial Avenue near Christchurch Airport.

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Collection 1984 Christchurch Star photographs

Vandalised Spitfire

View of the burnt Spitfire which was vandalised outside the Brevet Club on Memorial Avenue near Christchurch Airport.

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Collection 1984 Christchurch Star photographs

No fishing at the MED

No fishing sign in the water filled excavation beside the Municipal Electricity Department building on Manchester Street.

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Collection 1984 Christchurch Star photographs

Support for ANZUS

A group of three, Leigh Neil, Robin Neil and James Currie, protesting against the protesters who are at the Operation Deep Freeze base in Harewood protesting the airborne phase of the ANZUS exercise.

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Collection 1984 Christchurch Star photographs

Protest against poplar trees

Residents of Clipper Place, Redwood, protesting the decision by Merritt Real Estate to keep the poplar trees on the boundary of their properties on Prestons Road. The residents claim the trees are...

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Collection 1984 Christchurch Star photographs

Betty Atkinson, deli manager

Delicatessen manager, Betty Atkinson, with strong cough mixture and low alcohol beer, at Woolworths supermarket in Sydenham. She is demonstrating the higher alcohol content of the cough syrup to the...

Date 1984-10-02
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Collection 1984 Christchurch Star photographs