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Amalie Bann, Hugh Bradley, Pearl McMurtry, Eve Owers, Fenella Cooney.
Steve Gurney and the Masked Intruder start the crushing
Emma Allen Canon Media Awards finalist
Veiw out over Yealands Estate Winery
Superyacht A owned by Andrey and Aleksandra Melnichenko in Picton Harbour. Its provocative styling has polarized opinions since its launch. It has evoked comparisons with submarines and stealth warships, while commentators have referred to it as the "most loved and loathed ship on the sea"
Jack Taylor and Tom Hickman are both 85 years old and have been associated with the Flaxbourne Show all their lives.
Senior environmental scientist water quality and ecology officer Peter Hamill and his colleague fish for goldfish.
Dusk in the Wither Hills
Multicultural Festival at Pollard Park
Classic Hits Winery Tour - The Exponents with Mitch Alderlieste (far right)
A train crashed after failing to take a cutting between Seddon and Blind River in February, 1948. Six died and forty people were injured.
Tineka Houra and Brianna Heemskerk, both year 9, run in the 100m heats.
Banners on the Beach
Kathryn Wilson's shoes
Organiser Craig Anderson and sponsor Dr Dave Baldwin.
Luke Steezy Scott, 16, from Auckland
Children line up for their age group horse race
Encouraging the tug-o-war teams
Megan Craig, Simon Leaning
PARTY: Ignite Marlborough New Year's celebrations at the Picton foreshore. Live music followed by fire works over Picton harbour.
Cousins Kendall Garrett from Dunedin and Peyton Ritchie from Blenheim, both 6 years old, smell roses in Pollard Park
JOHNSON - GLEESON: Kevin and Holly are excited to announce the safe arrival of their beautiful little girl, Sage Marie, on January 9, 2013, at 5.15pm (7lb 6oz). A huge thank you to Cathy, Silke, Helen and all staff at maternity ward. Both well.
Home away from home: A Christmas tree in front of their camper van completes the festive celebration for Danish family Stig Peters with Emil, 8, and Frida, 6, and Pia Gram Elvekjaer with Andreas, 12.
Fire raged through bush in Port Underwood on Saturday.
Dakota Tyson, 7. For Christmas Dakota would like an operation for her Mum. The best part about Christmas is having her birthday party three days later.
Joy to the world!
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