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The new Bank of New Zealand uniforms

23 January 1974

Gail Smith (left), Kate Slowey and Adrienne Berrett in the new Bank of New Zealand uniforms. The new uniforms were issued to coincide with the Christchurch Commonwealth Games.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: Central City / Cathedral Square South

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-02432A

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BNZ building observation room

4 October 1967

A view of Christchurch from the observation room on the roof of the BNZ building in Cathedral Square.

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Area: Central City / Cathedral Square South

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Shame it doesn't show the periscope-binocular/telescope set up they had there too - hours of fun. I think they cut off access to this space after 'people' kept dropping the 'Weekend at Rotorua' stink-bombs (from De Larno's in Chancery Lane across The Square) into the air-conditioning intakes one had to walk past to get there... shame.

The temporary Bank of New Zealand in Cathedral Square

9 October 1963

The temporary home of the Bank of New Zealand in Cathedral Square in the former Christchurch Star building. The building was used temporarily whilst the new BNZ building was being constructed on the south side of Cathedral Square.

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Area: Central City / Cathedral Square North

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Reference ID: CCL-StarP-02463A

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Bank of New Zealand customers

21 December 1979

A group of people waiting for the Bank of New Zealand main office to open, however due to strike action it was unclear as to whether it would open.

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Area: Central City / Cathedral Square South

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

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Bank of New Zealand building

24 July 1989

Exterior of the Bank of New Zealand building to the South of Cathedral Square. The Housing Corporation building is to the left and the BNZ building to the right.

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View of BNZ construction

11 May 1985

Construction of the BNZ building as seen from Cambridge Terrace.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - North

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Bank of New Zealand building

5 December 1941

Exterior of the Bank of New Zealand building on Hereford Street. This building was demolished in 1963 and on the same site a new BNZ building was constructed.

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Area: Central City / Cathedral Square South

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B N Z

Circa 1995

Bank of New Zealand building in Akaroa

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Area: Banks Peninsula / Akaroa

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Bank of New Zealand, Cathedral Square, Christchurch

Circa 1885

Area: Central City / Cathedral Square

Source: Illustrated guide to Christchurch and neighbourhood / M. Mosley, after p. 152.

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Bank of New Zealand building, Cathedral Square, Christchurch, 1929

1867

This was Exhibit J in a successful action in the Court of Appeal brought by George Gould (1865-1941) and the Save the Square Committee against the Christchurch City Council in 1930. The original BNZ building was a single-storey stone building designed in the classical Palladian style. It was the same site as that occupied today, bounded by Hereford and Colombo Streets and Cathedral Square, and opened Sept. 1866. The main entrance was off Hereford Street. The shop on the right is Whelan's Cheap furnishing

Area: Central City / Cathedral Square

Source: Decision of the Court of Appeal, 1930

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