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This fine snapper was pulled in by Blue Blick off the beach in Ozzie Bay. The snapper weighed 20 pounds. Blue was certain it was a stingray until he saw the pink fin come up.
Water baby: Lily McKinstry, 3, on the veranda of her family’s Koromiko house. The property has flooded for the fourth time this year, leaving the house surrounded by water
United front: Members of the Kaikoura community came out on Monday morning to welcome the Tiama, which is making its way to join the Oil Free Seas flotilla off the coast of Raglan.
Fiona Higgins, shows the winning tray of 'three scones any variety' made by Sally Smith.
Selmes Nursery manager Priscilla Cuddon with some of the gnomes in the Gnome Creche.
Kaikoura Trotting Club president Barry Ford, centre, with Doctor Bones, on way to second place in the Viv and Irene Smith Memorial Handicap Trot
A Royal Dutch KLM Boeing 747 flys over tourists on Maho Beach
Fire in Henderson St
Civil Defence Information Centre set up at Waikawa Marae: Civil Defence coordinator Stuart Hart (at right) speaks with Tracey Davey who was evacuated from her Wellington St home with son Titan Branks (4)
Seddon school pupil Lucinda Judge, 11, negotiates the obstacle course.
Holly Taylor, 3, sits in her dad's truck at Marlborough Truck and Trade Show.
Hayley Jackson, Iris Ewart and Natalie Burney choose treats from Flatmans bucket
Primary schools cross country at Wither Hills Farm Park, Blenheim. Beginning of Year 8 girls race.
Badly damaged railway lines at Hauwai
Central v Pelorus: Fans celebrate their sides 2nd Division win over central.
Central celebrate their win.
Protesters outside the Waihopai Spy Base
Dramatic : White Cliffs, Marlborough as the magnitude 6.5 earthquake hit. This photo was taken by Michel Wells looking back her Rumble Bay home near the Awatere River mouth. Blenheim is just around the corner behind the bluffs.
Hapuku Factory, Kaikoura
Reverend Archdeacon Harvey Ruru invites people inside.
Sunrise in Kaikoura
Tailah Love leads the MBC Haka
American girls here on a foreign exchange program called People Too
Ben Sigmund and mini kicks player Lachlan Mckenzie, 4.
Mountain bike Enduro event at Wither Hills Farm Park
Junior grade one, Pelorus Havelock Automotive v Witherlea Mystics: Witherlea player GS Zoe Turner and GA Maddy Croad.
Marlborough Stars in your Eyes 2013 winner Nina McCollum as Kate Bush, centre, and runner-up equal Larissa Raukawa as Duffy, left, and Vicky Downes.
Taini Poi and Don Payne
Brothers Robbie Marshall, left, now in Brisbane, and Dan Marshall, Kaikoura, with Willie Ford, Kaikoura, at the Kaikoura Rugby Club 125 jubilee
Third form 1973
Protest outside On the Spot Tip Top diary on the corner of Muller Rd and Scott St in Blenheim
No 8 Sekope Lopeti makes another barnstorming run early in the first half.
Pippa Newby and Erin Cassie from Erewhon Station.
Jan Torkington from Christchurch shows her bull mastiff Doc
A very chilly start after a heavy frost
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Queen for a day
Elle Ade-Lines cute puppies are a chihuahua pomerainian mix
Adrian Withers with his dog Madi
Marlborough Boys College students kayaking on the lake that has appeared on the front field
Burnoff near Tuamarina
Fire near the Cloudy Bay Industrial Park, Blenheim
Anzac Day at Seymour Square in Blenheim
Marlborough Childrens Youth Theatre presents Alice - Directed by Duncan Whiting.
Hamish Clarke QCYC 1246.
Jim Burrows of the Awatere Valley with Chub, left, and Dirt.
Mark Zillwood rides through a new river on his quad bike while his children Millie, 6, and Damon, 7, clear fences downed in the flood.
Jay McIntyre at the controls of a Nanchang over Omaka Airfield
Home of Stephanie and Jay McIntyre
Avro Anson and Nanchang fly over Blenheim to promote the Classic Fighters Air show at Omaka 2013
These girls lost their angel wings crawling under the net