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Group by cars in front of the charred ruins of Rangiatea Church, Otaki - Photograph taken by Ray Pigney
Date: 7 Oct 1995 From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers Ref: EP/1995/4102-F Description: Looks over cars and onlookers towards the charred ruins of Rangiatea Church, Otaki. Photograph taken by Ray Pigney of the Evening Post, on the 7th of October...
Protesters march down Victoria Avenue, Wanganui
Date: 30 March 1995 From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers Ref: EP-Ethics-Demonstrations-Moutoa Gardens-05 Description: Maori protesters march down Victoria Avenue, Wanganui. Photographed by an Evening Post staff photographer on the 30th of March 1995. Quantity: 1 colour ori...
Protesters crossing Wanganui's Town bridge
Date: 18 May 1995 From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers Ref: EP-Ethics-Demonstrations-Moutoa Gardens-01 Description: Protesters, headed by Niko Tangaroa, centre, walk over Wanganui's town bridge after leaving Moutoa Gardens. Photographed by an Evening Post staff photograph...
Church service by the remains of Rangiatea, Otaki, New Zealand - Photograph taken by Ray Pigney
Date: 9 October 1995 From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers Ref: EP-Religion-Anglican churches 2-01 Description: The large group of people attending the memorial service for Rangiatea. The charred remains of the church can be seen roped off on the right. Photographed ...
View of `Coniston,' a garden in Ashburton, Canterbury
Date: [ca 1995] From: Friar, Denis Ashwood, 1952- :Transparencies of public and private gardens in New Zealand Ref: PA12-10055-03 Description: View of `Coniston,' a garden at Ashburton, Canterbury. Photographed by Denis Friar in about 1995. This private garden featured in "New Zealand Gardens Open...
View of `Winterhome Garden,' Kekerengu, Canterbury
Date: [ca 1995] From: Friar, Denis Ashwood, 1952- :Transparencies of public and private gardens in New Zealand Ref: PA12-10490-04 Description: View of a formal space in a garden called `Winterhome Garden' at Kekerengu, Canterbury. The view features an ornamental canal in brick paving terminating in...
View of `Suzette Gardens,' Rakaia, Canterbury
Date: [ca 1995] From: Friar, Denis Ashwood, 1952- :Transparencies of public and private gardens in New Zealand Ref: PA12-10391-01 Description: View of `Suzette Gardens,' Rakaia, Canterbury photographed by Denis Friar in about 1995. This private garden featured in New Zealand Gardens Open to Visit" ...
Tremain, Garrick 1941- :'I'm here about the position of civil defence controller...' 8 February, 1995.
Date: 1995 From: Tremain, Garrick fl 1970s-1990s :Sixteen cartoon bromides from Otago Daily Times. 2 February to 24 February 1995. Ref: H-270-004 Description: Shows a man coming into an office for an interview for the position of civil defence controller. The man interviewing him at Internal Affairs is a puppet. E...
Brockie, Bob :"That settles it then - we test our next volcano in Paris!". National Business Review 6 October 1995.
Date: 1995 From: Brockie, Bob :Three laser copies of original cartoons donated by the artist for the New Zealand Cartoon Archives auction, 6 November 1997. Ref: H-451-003 Description: The cartoon shows Jim Bolger, reading a newspaper with a picture of Jacques Chirac, talking to the Minister of Science, Simon Upton, about New Zealand's resp...
Scott, Tom 1947- :What are we going to use for a new town symbol? Look do you want to plug the crater or not!! 1995.
Date: 1995 From: Scott, Tom (1947- ) :Cartoons from The Evening Post. 4 September 1995 to 29 September 1995. Ref: H-240-018 Description: Shows a line of men heading up the side of erupting Mt Ruapehu, carrying the Ohakune town symbol, a giant carrot. Refers to the economic effect of the erupt...
Tremain, Garrick 1941- :'Selling's such a funny business...' Otago Daily Times. 9 January 1995.
Date: 1995 From: Tremain, Garrick :Cartoons published Otago Daily Times 23 September 1994 to 1 February 1995 Ref: H-229-077 Description: Shows Jim McLay and Bill Birch overlooking a valley during a hiking trip. They reflect on the mysteries of selling. Exhibited in 'The Famouse Five: Manawat...
Various Artists :[David Lange. A collection of four cartoon photocopies featuring David Lange and the nuclear issue].
Date: 1995 From: Various Artists :Four laser copies of original cartoons donated for the New Zealand Cartoon Archive auction, 6 November 1997. By: Hodgson, Trace, 1958-; Brockie, Robert Ellison (Dr), 1932-; Winter, Mark, 1958-; Minhinnick, Gordon Edward George (Sir), 1902-1992 Ref: H-475-002 Description: Four cartoons all featuring David Lange. The first, by Trace Hodgson shows Lange talking to Ronald Reagan and Bob Hawke, Reagan and Hawke are dressed as gang...
Warjo Khoshaba welcomes her mother Goliscan Odisho at Wellington Airport - Photograph taken by Ross Giblin
Date: 30 March 1995 From: Dominion post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers By: Giblin, Ross, active 1980s-2000s Ref: EP-Politics-Immigration-Refugees-01 Description: Original Evening Post caption reads: "Warjo Khoshaba welcomes her mother Goliscan Odisho with a big hug after the family were reunited at Wellington Airport ...
View of the garden at `Briar Rose Cottage, Motueka
Date: [ca 1995] From: Friar, Denis Ashwood, 1952- :Transparencies of public and private gardens in New Zealand Ref: PA12-10024-08 Description: View of flowers in a meadow garden at `Briar Rose Cottage' near Motueka. Photographed by Denis Friar in about 1995. This private garden featured in "New Ze...
View of the garden at `Ohinetahi,' Governors Bay, Banks Peninsula
Date: [ca 1995] From: Friar, Denis Ashwood, 1952- :Transparencies of public and private gardens in New Zealand Ref: PA12-10347-05 Description: View of the garden and house, `Ohinetahi,' Governors Bay, Banks Peninsula. Photographed by Denis Friar in about 1995. This private garden featured in "New ...
View of a house and garden called `Richmond Brook' near Seddon, Marlborough
Date: [ca 1995] From: Friar, Denis Ashwood, 1952- :Transparencies of public and private gardens in New Zealand Ref: PA12-10360-6 Description: View of the garden and house at `Richmond Brook' near Seddon, Marlborough. Photographed by Denis Friar in about 1995. The garden featured in "New Zealand Ga...
NZ Band Posters :[Low-resolution digital copies of posters for New Zealand music from Club Bizarre and associated Auckland venues 1995-2005, downloaded from the "Various" folder of the NZ Band Posters Facebook site. October 2012]
Date: 1995 - 2005 Ref: EPHDL-0232 Description: Includes posters titled: 1. Club Bizarre presents Dominion, a night of dark pleasures. Featuring Burnt Weeping Eyes, Disjectamembra, plus Gothic DJ Mary. May...
A crowd of protesters singing in Moutoa Gardens, Wanganui
Date: 31 March 1995 From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers Ref: EP-Ethics-Demonstrations-Moutoa Gardens-04 Description: Protesters at Moutoa Gardens sing as the 5pm deadline passes without any police movement. Photographed by an Evening Post staff photographer on the 31st of ...
Public notice, Moutoa Gardens, Wanganui - Photograph taken by Phil Reid
Date: 2 May 1995 From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers Ref: EP-Ethics-Demonstrations-Moutoa Gardens-02 Description: Public notice attached to a tree in the Moutoa Gardens, Wanganui. The notice informs the public that the Gardens are now Pakaitore Marae, and that persons e...
Charred ruins of Rangiatea Church, Otaki - Photograph taken by Ray Pigney
Date: 7 Oct 1995 From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers Ref: EP/1995/4102D-F Description: Charred ruins of Rangiatea Church, Otaki. Shows the remains of the back wall. Photograph taken by Ray Pigney of the Evening Post, on the 7th of October 1995,...
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