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An orca shows off for a Victoria University group near Kapiti Island.
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Joe Benbow and his son Alfie, 4, take part in the Great Kidscan Santa Run on the Wellington waterfront.
A human cops an eyeful of some orcas, which splash about obliviously.
Steve Kerr, 16, among burnt out scrub behind his parents' Waterloo home.
Irene van Dyk, left, gets a ride in an inflatable rescue boat with Jess Lea and Corey Coburn during the Central Pulse pre-season training doing surf lifesaving at Lyall Bay.
In 1992, Aids sufferer Eve Van Grafhorst, who said she wanted to grow up to be a flight attendant, wore an Air New Zealand uniform for a flight to Wellington for a fundraiser to collect $15,000 for the Kiwi Kids with Aids trust.
MESSAGE FOR RICKI: Francisco Trejo, centre, has a special invitation for All Whites coach Ricki Herbert. ‘‘I’d like a Mexican team to open the door to him because he’s a great man of football.’’ Mr Trejo, who divides his time between a house in Mexico City and another in Los Angeles, says he made the trip because he has a passion for football, ‘‘which unites the world’’. His group of 15 fans arrived six days ago and leave tomorrow. They are thrilled to be in New Zealand, says Jose Carrilles, second right, who also lives in the United States. ‘‘Because of the way the people are, they receive us with kindness, they respect our passion.’’ Mr Trejo says the Mexican supporters try to respect every team they play, no matter how lowly ranked. ‘‘We have a saying, ‘everything is Mexico’s fault’ but any foreigner in Mexico we love, we treat well.’’
In 40 years of caricature, Murray Webb has sent up New Zealand's - and the world's - most famous faces.
Fire engulfs the buses at the Karori depot.
THE NATURAL LOOK: Shane Rangi when he is still a nice, normal person ...
A photo by Ross Horsburgh captures fireworks in action around Oriental Bay.
MODERN GRANDEUR: A souvenir for the New Zealand Centennial Exhibition.
Vicky Robertson's alternate design references Wellington's innovative, outside-the-square culture.
Some fans truly looked the Middle-earth part.
Eddie Tait and Alex Winfield lurch about as a pair of terrifying zombie children.
Amanda Norwood, left, and Kristin Centanni's flights to Auckland for Kristin's birthday have been delayed.
Christian Cullen in full flight in the 2000 NPC final.
A hazardous command unit set up on Bond St, opposite the Majestic Centre.
Demolition crews remove the fallen scaffiolding from the Willis St site.
Michelle Joyes grooms Winter (Toy Poodle)
Astrodelic Psychonaut by Erna and Karl Van Der Wat, Auckland. Winner of the Man Unleashed: Psychedelic Revival section.
25th Jubilee Guest.
BEST ARM FORWARD: Competitors strut their stuff at the NABBA Wellington Bodybuilding Championships at The Little Theatre, Lower Hutt.
A fan at Auckland's Shed 10 battles to watch the final America's Cup race.
Meleagris, by Sue Cederman
Ta Moko Weruweru, by Deepti B Jain, India
Best Before, by Gillian Saunders
Wear Dat Funky Music, by Carolyn Laing
Hybrid, by Erica Gray, Australia.
Accidental Occidental, by Marcha Schagen, Netherlands
Hairpin Turn, by Lisa Millin, NZ
GIFT OF PERSPECTIVE, Lyndal Linton, New Zealand. Children's Section, 2010 Brancott Estate WOW Awards Show.
SIR LACE ALOT, Julie Brawley, New Zealand. Winner Man Unleashed Section, 2011 Brancott Estate WOW Awards.
A truck damaged by high winds on Matahiwi Rd near Masterton.
Emergency services help clean up the crash scene.
The sheep was on the loose On State Highway 1, at Ngauranga Gorge.
A boisterous Wallabies fan.
Captain Richie McCaw holds the Bledisloe Cup aloft yet again.
Firefighters on a roof battle a fire at a Petone address.
The mansion, on Oriental Parade, last sold for $4.55 million.
Relatives of the man shot in Petone last night embrace at the scene of his death.
Diggers get stuck in to excavating the sinkhole.
The Museum Hotel was hoisted up and laid on a metal grid. It was moved on rails, coming to rest across Barnett St where rails and bogie trolleys were set up for the change of direction.
New Zealand's Got Talent judge Rachel Hunter.
Norths' Captain Henry Smith celebrates with team mates after the Hardham Cup Premier 2 rugby final Northern United v Wellington at Hutt Rec.
Brave swimmers take the icy plunge at the Petone Winter Festival.
The military shell is detonated at MacAlister Park.
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