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"The press express" at "Wonderful Waste" exhibition

19 September 1986

Close-up of "The press express", a train and carriages made from waste newspapers, exhibited by students from Cobham Intermediate School. The trains forms part of the "Wonderful Waste" exhibition at the Great Hall at Christchurch Arts Centre, Worcester Boulevard.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - West

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-00406A

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Mairehau High School pupils creating the Mairehau Mail

18 June 1985

A group of Mairehau High School students designing and creating content for their 12-page giveaway, the 'Mairehau Mail', sponsored and printed by The Star. The students are, from left, Richard Bramley, Tony Banks, Mrs Adrianne McGowan, Vicki Pont, Georgina Sawyer and Craig Daken.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: North / Mairehau

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-01071A

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National newspaper advertising competition, Kilmore Street

29 March 1969

Display of entries to the national newspaper advertising competition being pinned to boards in the front office to the Christchurch Star offices on Kilmore Street. Stat employees Tony Andrew (left) and Roger Norton are shown putting up the display.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - North

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-00038A

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Students at Kirkwood Intermediate School

26 October 1987

Teacher Mrs Karen Findlay with her class at Kirkwood Intermediate School helping they participate in a Newspapers in Education activity for the Star Newspaper.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: West / Riccarton

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-01029A

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Research in the Star Newspaper library

29 March 1977

Mr John Blackwell, Managing director of Moa Publishing, (standing) and Mr Rod Chester, an Auckland rugby referee, searching through rugby photographs in the Star Newspaper library held at the Star offices on Tuam Street.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - South

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-00851A

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Staff of Canta - Canterbury University student newspaper

15 March 1969

Canta staff; Tim Hazeldine, Mike Hawkins, Nev Carson, Juliet Walker, Shirley McGregor, William Gruar, Graeme Anderson and John Reid.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: West / Ilam

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

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Christchurch Press Co. Ltd., Cashel Street, Christchurch

December 1900

202-210 Cashel Street. From left are: Edward Button, painter; Christchurch Press Co. Ltd., building opened 1892: proprietors The Press, Truth, The Weekly Press and Referee; Walter Suckling, photo requisite warehouse; Whitcombe and Tombs Ltd., booksellers and stationers.

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - East

Source: The weekly press, 15 December 1900, p. 57

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