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The Gisborne Photo News



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Miss E. M. McQueen, formerly of 94b Ormond Road, who during her stay in Gisborne over the past 18 months ran the Braemar School of Dancing, has returned home to London. She is pictured with her pupils prior to leaving. From left, back row: Rosemary Kennedy, Carmen Fletcher, Dianne Barnes, Linda Wootan, Roslyn Fletcher. Second row: Susan Riley, Trudy Steele, Lesley Bryan, Mareanna Jones, Margaret Gaddum, Vikki McIvor, Elizabeth Hewitt. Third row: Donna Jobson, Wendy Veen, Annette Paenga, Mrs J. Randle (pianist), Miss McQueen, Sandra Meade (tap teacher), Sandra Kennedy, Kirsty Graham, Suzanne Ford, Susan Evans, Nicola Primrose. Front row: Melanie Tune, Mary Tietjen, Debra Ford, Raewyn Meade, Joan Shaw, and Janette McDonald.


Two late-model cars were considerably damaged when they collided at the Rawiri-Hirini Streets corner.


While demonstrating the revolutionary farm utility vehicle, the Gnat, in the Waipiro Bay district, driver Denis Howchow took children from the school for a ride along the beach. (Picture by Brian Lerwill).