Members of the Risingholme Division of St John Ambulance Brigade tending to "victims" of a simulated car accident as a training exercise at Risingholme Community Centre in Opawa.
Exterior of Opawa Post Office at 151 Opawa Road.
Gay Le Comte using the indoor ski ramp at the Big Apple ice fair at the Big Apple Ice Rink on Brougham Street.
John Vryenhoek and John Mitchell, developers of Big Apple ice rink on the Brougham Street site during the early stages of construction.
Exterior of Big Apple ice rink under construction on Brougham Street.
Ice skates for hire at Big Apple ice rink shortly ahead of the rink's official opening.
Skaters at the newly opened Big Apple ice rink, the first international sized rink in Christchurch, on Brougham Street in Opawa.
People taking a break from ice skating at the café at Big Apple ice rink shortly after it opened on Brougham Street in Opawa.
Painter, Dave Blyth, with the Swiss mountain mural he is painting on carpet to reduce echoes at the Big Apple ice rink ahead of its opening on Brougham Street in Opawa.
The interior of the Big Apple ice skating rink under construction, prior to pipelaying under the soon-to-be ice rink.
Warren Chamberlain (left) and James Rich connecting the under ice pipes at Opawa Big Apple Rink.
Exterior of Opawa Methodist Church on the Corner of Opawa Road and Aynsley Terrace in Opawa.
A group of girls from Opawa Baptist Church who are participating in World Vision's 40 hour famine.
A family Christmas in our back yard in Opawa. I am showing off my new scooter, my sister Jenny has a cane dolls pram and my cousin Wayne has a carpentry set. I can't see what his brother Chris has. My...
Myself (in the middle) with a friend and my little sister Jenny on the right. Mum looking on from the doorway. Dad has rigged up the hose to the clothesline so that we can cool off in our togs. I can...
Opawa Swimming Pool - Public. Garlands Road, Opawa.
One of my mothers brothers during the Depression. The family lived at what was the end of Butler Street in Opawa where they rented some land. There was enough room for a few cows which the boys had to...
My grandmother and grandfather with one of the cows they had for milking, on the bit of land they rented out at the end of Butler Street, in Opawa. They had cows, chickens and a big vege garden and my...
Flooding looking towards Judge Street, Opawa, from Tabart Street. My grandparents' house in the centre. Circa 1930-1940s.
Excello Service Station. Corner Wilsons Road and Shakespeare Road, Opawa. Now a car sales.
My first birthday. Taken on the back lawn of our house in Opawa. I am wearing a sun bonnet and Dad has been persuaded into wearing a tie. It looks as though he might have been mowing the lawn - I can...
Rudolf Steiner teacher, Thomas Proctor, with students about to launch a balloon advertising the school fair.
"In 1963 I [Kareen Luscombe] turned 21 years old. Here I am admiring my birthday gifts." - Contributor's note