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|Images from this year's Cross-country championships in Te Anau|
Times' chief photographer Robyn Edie was at the showdown between Southern Steel and Magic in Invercargill.
Times' chief photographer Robyn Edie captured members and hounds during the Birchwood Hunt Club event at Sandy Point at the weekend.
TA-DAAA: Southland Girls' High School pupils finish their performance during the Stage Challenge and J Rock event, held at the Civic Theatre.
PROUD PARENTS: Little Sophie Mae Moore, with her parents Caroline Staples and Rhys Moore, after her speedy State Highway 1 delivery.
The beautiful blooms featuring in the National Chrysanthemum Society Show display at Nichol's Lifestyle Centre in Invercargill.
A FREAK: Eleven-year-old Jack Halder with the massive 2.1kg mallard he shot on Sunday near Riverton.
GRIEVING: Peter Pekamu-Bloxham's widow, Marama Karetai-Bloxham, with her granddaughter Layla Jayne McKenzie, 5.
The passenger train arriving at Bluff for the Gala Day organised by the Foveaux Pearls Leisure Marching Group.
Members of the extended Harvey family who attended the Tuatapere Anzac, with family matriarch Syd Harvey. Mr Harvey has been a member of the Tuatapere RSA for more than 60 years, serving 21 one of those years as president.
GOLDEN RETRIEVER: Kita the labrador takes a dip to fetch a stick among the golden autumn leaves in Te Anau boat harbour.
RIDE ME: The Kingston Flyer season runs until the end of April.
Eric Eaves, of Gore, won the Open V8 class in a time of 10.48 seconds.
Spencer Morrison, of Bluff, left, and Lex Lawrence, of Te Anau, have fun at the Tartan Festival in Te Anau on Saturday.
Images from this year's Hokonui Moonshiners' Festival in Gore.
This year's iD International Emerging Designer Award winner Rakel Blom.
The Royal New Zealand Air Force Red Checkers aerobatics team perform a fly-by above Invercargill.
Southern rural firefighters were part of the New Zealand contingent that helped to fight fires in Victoria, Australia. Here are images from the fires in Victoria's alpine and Grampians regions.
Ted Dodd, 10, with his overall champion pet lamb Whittaker at the Southland A&P Show.
John Riddle from Cambridge competing at Farm Jam 2013.
Students MaryAnn Kuiti, left, and Chantelle Westrupp celebrate after winning meal vouchers for correctly providing the Maori names for Bluff and Invercargill.
Te Wharekura O Arowhenua pupil Shandley Aupouri, 17, welcomes Kumagaya mayor Kiyoshi Tomioka to the anniversary re-signing ceremony at the Civic Theatre, Invercargill.
Gus Spence, of Balclutha, competes in the Open Rope and Tie section of the Southland Rodeo.
Images from this year's BNZ Surf to City.
Times' photographer Doug Field takes an inside look at the HMNZS Taupo and Otago Navy visit to Bluff.
Times' chief photographer Robyn Edie captured an insight to the beautiful Maple Grove Home in Southland.
Invercargill shearer Leon Samuels hard at work during the early stages of the Heiniger four stand crossbred 8 hour lamb world record shearing attempt at Centre Hill Station.
Images from this year's Tuatapere Fun Day.
Winton farmers John and Lindy Dobson are thrilled to win the Alliance Beef Cup and supreme animals of the show award with shorthorn cow Brigadoon Bonnie Maid and her bull calf Brigadoon Bonnie Lad. Also pictures is handler Olivia Gunn.
PRECARIOUS PERCH: Jair Ramirez, of Wellington-based Campground Chaos, performs at the Buskers Festival in Queens Park.
Edendale photographer Tina McGregor captured this image of the street parade for the Edendale Crank Up.
Environment Southland chair Ali Timms taking cover under a desk during a Civil Defence nationwide 'Shake Out' exercise last year.
Tai Saxton, 2, and Jade Saxton, 6, have a water fight with dad on a hot day in Queenstown.
Images at Omaui, Southland, where people attempt to refloat a stranded whale.
Lamb Shearing contestants Jan Hartmann of Germany, centre, and Marley Waihape of Mataura, right, compete at the Winton A & P Show.
Cohen Davis and Nick Whyte relax after a serious biscuit session on Lake Mavora.
Alex McLean and ''pop'' Owen Henderson in Te Anau.
Brothers Will, 3, and Jack Bensemann, 5, from Gore, cool each other off in Wanaka.
Connor MacRae, 5, of Te Anau, tries for a trout ona remote sandy beach at Lake Manapouri.
Zavior James Davis, 2, cools off in the back yard on the hottest day of the year so far.
Colgate Games South Island 2013 held at Surrey Park Invercargill.