Display of television sets for sale in a technology retail store.
Close-up of a newly launched BS3 Atlas range electric stove with saucepan on one of the elements.
Assistant manager of Briscoes' Salisbury Street office, Barrie Cummings, with the electronic cash register hooked to the data collector and modem.
Reservations staff for National Airways Corporation ( NAC ) at work at newly installed Carina computer equipment to speed up the reservations process. In the background is the airlines old Dorae...
Moffatt Appliances Ltd Toshiba agent Mr G R Green unveiling a new microwave oven and discussing merits of using a microwave.
Alison Watson next to a selection of Tait radiotelephones to be exported to the UK.
M. Bryant testing television chassis on an oscilloscope before the television goes on sale.
Mr Gilbert, the South Island customer engineering manager with IBM, checks a computer terminal at an exhibition in the student union building, Ilam. The exhibition is part of a conference of the New...
View of the feeder hopper where the fluoride is added to the water supply at the fluoridation plant, Jeffreys Road.
Mr Ken Berry, export manager for Tait Electronics, with a two-way radio made in Christchurch that won the Prince Philip Design Award.
Group participating in a class at a training school for film-makers in the former upstairs common room, Montreal Street Students Union building. Director Stuart Page (in cap) with, from left, Glen...
An unidentified woman sat at a desk wearing headphones plugged into a monitor at the Ghost Balloon Test Chamber, National Centre for Atmospheric Research.
A woman tests an electronic self breath analyser.
Trainee training officer at Templeton Hospital, Tim Powell, posing with a microphone used for his documentary on working with children with disabilities.
An automatic combination back part moulding and seat lasting machine in operation at the Sucking Industries factory.
Production Engineering Systems designer, Kevin Low, demonstrating the technology behind an electronic petrol pump.
Dorothy Hill-Holmes, president of the Electrical Association for Women which is due to wind up at the end of the month due to increasing numbers of women growing up with technology and no longer...
Views of the Electronic Data Systems’ computer terminal.
Detective Constable V. J. C. Van Beek with a selection of items including fur coats, cameras and jewellery, that have been recovered following a home robbery.
Views of a teletype machine and of it in use by Mrs Jo Hussey, executive member of the New Zealand Deaf Communications Network. The machine is to enable deaf people to use telephone technology.
Scenes of female factory workers demonstrating their work to the Minister of Trade, Mr Talboys, at the Tait electronics factory.
A woman donating blood at the mobile New Zealand Blood Service unit set up at 111-113 Seaview Road in the Grace Vineyard Beach Campus building in New Brighton. The woman is recording the event on her...
Wave Rider students running the South New Brighton radio channel during break time at South New Brighton School at 160 Estuary Road.