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Welcome at Nga Hau E Wha National Marae

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...

Date 1988-09-05
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1988 Christchurch Star photographs

Pages Road and Breezes Road

Substation situated on the Mobil site at the corner of Breezes Road and Pages Road.

Date 1996
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1996 Substations photographic survey

Aerial view of the Estuary looking over Bromley

Aerial view of the Estuary looking over Bromley the Avon River, New Brighton and Southshore across the Estuary to Mount Pleasant, Redcliffs and to the Port Hills.

Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection Aerial views of Christchurch

Fijian group at the first South Pacific festival in Christchurch

Fijian group on stage at the first South Pacific festival in Christchurch. The group was run by Tony Qalivutu, community leader at the time.

Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection Talanoa I Measina

Fijian group at the first South Pacific festival in Christchurch

Fijian group on stage at the first South Pacific festival in Christchurch. The group was run by Tony Qalivutu, community leader at the time.

Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection Talanoa I Measina

Cook Island drum dance at the first South Pacific festival in Christchurch

Cook Island drum dance. Dancers created their own costumes and are using ruru's made out of flower/seed sacks and the fans on their heads are made out of young leaves of coconut tree.

Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection Talanoa I Measina

Organising committee of the first Pacific Festival in Christchurch

Organising committee of the first Pacific Festival in Christchurch. From left to right: Kim Polata, ? (fijian lady), Christine Ifopo, Tamapua (Pua) Pera.

Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection Talanoa I Measina

Group of people related to the first Pacific Festival in Christchurch

Top row left to right: Kim Polata, Tony Qalivutu, ?, ?, Vic Tamati, ? (Tongan lady). Front row left to right: Tamapua (Pua) Pera, Aimalala Puaavasi, Christina Ifopo, ?.

Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection Talanoa I Measina