Graham Condon, QSM, JP, 1948-2007. A much loved friend and colleague.
Mayor Garry Moore inspecting the Charter Parade with Tony Millar, the Commander Officer of HMNZS Canterbury
Misty Peaks, the land above Akaroa that the Council has purchased.
Mayor Garry Moore, in China, presenting the winner's prize for a Wuhan, China, high school student essay writing competition sponsored by Education Christchurch and the Wuhan Education Bureau. The essay topic was 'Why I want to go to New Zealand.
Mayor Garry Moore has a welcome chat with an education delegation from Catalan, Barcelona, Spain.
Mayor Garry Moore with students from Brazil and Germany who are attending Linwood College's exciting Adventure Education Programme.
Mayor Garry Moore with Major Bob Millar and Major Evelyn Millar of the Salvation Army whose work in the community was recognised at the Council meeting on 13 December.
Mayor Garry Moore at the launch of the Uni Games.
Mayor Garry Moore celebrating Movember. Putting a moustache on one a Christchurch Tram to advertise Mo-vember. Participants known as Mo Bros grow and groom their moustache during November and along the way raise as much money and awareness about male health issues as possible.
Mayor Garry Moore uses a chain saw to cut the 150th birthday cake, watched by Bishop David Cole, Rik Tau, Ngai Tahu and Mayoress Pam Sharpe.
In recognition of Maori Language Week (the last week of July) the CCC's 'Songbirds' serenaded Civic Office staff in the Mayor's lounge
Mayor Garry Moore uses the first of Christchurch's new Pay-and-Display parking machines start working in High Street.
Mayor Garry Moore and the Mayor of Wuhan Xiansheng Li signing a Friendship Agreement on Mayor Moore's recent visit to Wuhan.
Mayor Garry Moore engages with enthusiastic participants in Its Time to Talk at ChristChurch Cathedral on Race Relations Day.
Mayor Garry Moore accepting, on behalf of the city, a tyre swing presented to the children of Christchurch by Firestone Ltd, to celebrate the production of the 35 millionth tyre made at the Firestone factory in Papanui.
Mark Jack from HPH, Paddy Austin, Chair, CCHL, and Mayor Garry Moore signing agreements for HPH and CCHL to enter into a joint venture agreement regarding the Lyttelton Port Company
Mayor with members of the Petanque Club when he awarded them a certificate for bravery at catching a burglar in the act.
Mayor Garry Moore presents the Award for Communication Excellence to Kris Gagliardi of St Thomas of Canterbury College, at the Young Enterprise Awards, Wednesday 19th October.
Mayor Garry Moore presents the Award for Commitment to “ICE” to the Avonside Girls High School team, at the Young Enterprise Awards, Wednesday 19th October.
Mayor Garry Moore meets Akihiro Takahashi (74) a survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. Hiroshima 6th August 2005.
At the 6th General Conference of Mayors for Peace, Hiroshima, Japan, August 2005, Mayor Garry Moore was appointed International Vice President - Oceania, of the Mayors for Peace Organisation, one of seven Vice Presidents internationally.
Mayor Garry Moore helps Women's Refuge by collecting donations in Cathedral Square.
Mayor Garry Moore mudplugging at Balcairn
Fans at the Lions/All Blacks game
The Mayor at the opening of Our World with Shalom Iosefa and Semisi Puleiku from Rowley Primary School
Mayor Garry Moore and Mayoress Pam Sharpe and Julie Battersby at the Mayors for Peace seminar on the Non Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Treaty at United Nations.
Mayors for Peace March in New York in support of the United Nations Non Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Treaty.
Alan Ferguson, the Safety Systems Manager, Pacific Blue Airlines (NZ) Ltd - winner Professional sector, at the Student Job Search Top 10 Employer Awards on Monday 18th April, hosted by the Mayor.
Classical Sparks 2005. "A splendid night"
Mayor Mary Bourke (South Taranaki DC) Mayor Frana Cardno (Southland DC) and Mayor Garry Moore at the MTFJ Annual meeting, March 2005.
Jan Francis, Executive Officer of the Mayors Taskforce for Jobs, with MTFJ members (l to r) Mayor Brendan Duffy (Horowhenua DC) Mayor Mchael McEvedy (Selwyn DC) Mayor Jim Gerard (Waimakariri DC) Mayor Juno Hayes (Clutha DC), at the MTFJ Annual meeting, March 2005.
Mayor Garry Moore takes the wheel of Tram 178 as it circumnavigated the city for the 100,000th time.
On Friday 20th July Deputy Mayor Carole Evans, Cr Anna Crighton and former councillor David Close presented recipients of this years David Close Awards Scholarships: Donna Smith (Lincoln University) Marie Holland (CPIT) and Rachael Mortiaux (University of Canterbury).
Mayor Garry Moore on flight to Antarctica as part of the celebrations to mark Sir Edmund Hilary's leadership of the joint New Zealand British Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 50 years ago.
Mayor Garry Moore at the event opening the Antarctica Season with Bill Cranfield, Wing Commander, John Claydon and Lou Sanson, Chief Executive of Antarctica New Zealand.
Mayor Garry Moore speaking at the Community Grants presentation on Thursday 7th September.
Mayor Garry Moore with supporters of the Spreydon Library.
Mayor Garry Moore and his wife Pam Sharpe with Norma and Herman MacKinney at Its Time to Talk the Race Relations Day function on the 21 March in ChristChurch Cathedral.
The Paranjape family became NZ Citizens on 20th February.
Mayor Garry Moore welcomes Special Olympics Athletes to Christchurch, Wednesday 30th November 2005.
Mayor Garry Moore congratulates winners at the Young Enterprise Awards, 19th October.
At Hitachi Communication Technologies the Mayor tested the latest in remote meeting equipment. Tokyo, August 2005.
Mayor Garry Moore and Mayoress Pam Sharpe, and delegation, meet with the Mayor of Kurashiki, Mayor Furuichi, and his Councillors and senior executives. Kurashiki, August 2005.
Charles Luney honoured by the City with Key, Mayor Garry Moore, Chas Luney, Cr Carole Evans, Ron Wright and Cr Graham Condon
Winning Banner in Black Out Banner presentation
Mike Hammet talking to children at Black Out banner presentation
Children from St Albans Catholic Primary School attending Black Out Banner school presentation at Malvern Park with All Black, Mark Hammett.
The Crusaders receive the key to the city in recognition of their great record in the Super 12 rugby competition.
Mayor Garry Moore and Mayoress Pam Sharpe with new citizen Habibulla Hussaini. Habibulla is one of the "Tampa Boys" who received his citizenship at a ceremony in the Town Hall. (Linton Photography)
Mayor inspecting Charter Parade
Final Charter Parade for HMNZS Canterbury
Mayor Garry Moore and with Tom Furness, Director of the Human Interface Technology Lab.
Mayor Garry Moore, Chair, and Jan Francis, Executive Officer, of the Mayors Taskforce for Jobs, prepare for the annual meeting of the Mayor's Taskforce for Jobs, held in Christchurch on 28th February and 1st March 2005.
Images from Starry Nights Hagley Park Saturday 19th Feb 2005 http://www.summertimes.co.nz/
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