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Wairarapa link: Thomas Hoskins, left, is part of a two-man team from Wairarapa on the Tokelau Islands helping to install a solar PV system to power the the entire nation.
SHE'S BACK: Summer Tides organiser Rosie Broughton
SHARP AND SHINY: Grant Fawcett competes internationally as a woodchopper and knows good tools are crucial for safety and success.
The vineyard property features a cafe with a large outdoor area and self-catering accommodation overlooking the vines.
STRONGMAN: Joel Hintz lifting at the National Powerlifting Championships
Pop idol: Classical musician Nicola Benedetti's album The Silver violin has reached unexpected heights in the popular music charts.
Top photo: One of Terry Wreford Hann's top photos was of Janet Phipps from Parkvale Mushrooms in Carterton
Creative: Esther Bunnings photo of Carterton shop keeper Graham Jamieson.
Powered up: Ian Harris (Transpower) and Masterton Mayor Garry Daniell outside the Masterton Substation on Cornwall Road which has had transformers worth more than nte $3 million installed.
Cat-themed exhibition, Wairarapa.
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It has been a busy time in the Wairarapa.
Transpower has doubled the capacity of the Masterton substation, an art exhibition with a feline themed opened at Colours For Art in Kuripuni, and photographers Esther Bunning and Terry Wreford Hann were recognised at a nationwide photo competition.
Check out some of our favourite photos from these events.
- Wairarapa News