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IN-FLIGHT SERVICE: A welcome swallow performs aerial manoeuvres while feeding young chicks at Te Anau.
WOOLLY MOUNT: Five-year-old Ella Price hangs on with grim determination as she takes part in the sheep riding at the Te Anau rodeo yesterday.
GOING THE WHOLE HOG: Judith and Brian Ward get ready to mark Hogmanay, the traditional Scottish New Year celebrations.
GETTING THE HERD TOGETHER: Alan Chalmers, of the Te Anau Rodeo Club, checking the bucking horses that arrived at the club's grounds on Rodeo Dr ready for the club's 42nd rodeo. The horses will be ready to go after being turned out in the hills since last year.
SUN AND SAND: Hannah Woods (left) and Brittany Sinclair celebrate some summer weather and the holidays at Oreti Beach in Invercargill this month with some fun in the sand dunes.
FEEDING TIME: Tegan and Kelly Gorrie, 4 and 1, feeding the Queens Park, Invercargill, wallaby with the help of animal keeper Jodie Sutherland.
TRIO TAKE FIVE: Mark Saunders (left), Paul Sutton and Corrie Sutton (obscured), of Paul Sutton Painters and Decorators, take a well-earned coffee break from their indoor work on a sunny Invercargill day painting a business office in Esk St.
FURRY FRIENDS: Southland SPCA manager Mary Bradley and 2-year-old Tatum-Rose Wyatt give two of their feline friends a pat at the SPCA animal shelter.
SINGULAR JOURNEY: German Johannes Helek, 23, unicycles from Queenstown to Alexandra as part of a round-the-country tour.
YOUNG MARKET GARDENERS: Rain did not deter Lily, 7, and Archie Simmons, 9, from selling garden-fresh veges to Bryan and Diane Taylor in Kelvin St. The young entrepreneurs are making pocket money selling potatoes, carrots, radishes, lettuce and broccoli.
HOOKED: Team Gifted member Jenna North congratulates (from left) Tim Maynard, Paddy Kirkland and Shane Drozdzak of team Rusty Fish Hooks on winning the quarter-final round at the Waihopai Bowls Club on Christmas Eve.
HAVING A BALL: Starlight Ball committee members (top left) Randall Aspinall, Adam Kennedy, (bottom left) Allison Aspinall and Sue Bower celebrate another stellar success at this month's ball. The sixth biennial ball, held at Lochiel, raised more than $17,000 for the Otago-Southland Child Cancer Foundation and Camp Quality South.
EAT YOUR HEART OUT MELBOURNE!: Elain Dawson having a winning time at the Winton races.
I'M LAKING IT: Julia Mittermueller, of Bavaria, leaps into Lake Wakatipu watched by friend Mel Tan, of Malaysia.
MUSICAL FUNDRAISERS: Ingrid Lindsay and (from left) Alexander Lindsay, 7, Warrick Walter, 11, Donald Walter, 12, and Sharon Walter, 7, busking in Invercargill. They are helping to raise money for ex-Verdon College teacher Laura Boulton, who will travel to Tanzania to work as a volunteer teacher next year.
PRIZE CATCH: Rodney Harris (right), of Kiwi Kraft, looks on as Lynn Ward stands atop his new boat. Mr Lynn won the 4.6m boat worth $37,500 in the 2nd New Zealand Expeditionary Forces raffle. "I am just so excited," he said. "I never won anything in my life."
GO YOU GOOD THING!: Happy punters at the Winton races on Saturday, from left, Bryce Soper, Glenis North, Bob Frazer and Kayla Hunter, all of Invercargill, getting into the fun and festive atmosphere.
PLANTING AHEAD: Alpine Green landscapers Andrew Kobele (right) and Dean McDonald plant heritage roses in the Victorian-style garden at Arrowtown's restored Romans Cottage.
NEED A LIFT? A truck's trailer unit was "rescued" by a crane at the Southern Institute of Technology's Tay St campus. The truck-and-trailer unit was being used to remove concrete rubble from B block, which is undergoing renovations. The trailer was parked on grass over an old drain, which collapsed.
TAKE A BOW: A little cheerful music to calm the Christmas rush. Tarn Thomas-Lusty, 10, spent the day busking on the streets of Invercargill, showing off his violin talent, which he began to develop at age 3.
ADDED SHINE: Three Windsor North School pupils received an added bonus to their last day at school after being named top pupils in their respective areas. Sarah Eyles (left), 10, was awarded the citizenship award for all-round excellence in community work, Reece Havenaar, 11, was awarded the sportsmanship award and Julia Harvey, also 11, was awarded the academic excellence award.
EYES ON THE BUTTERFLIES: Lara Goodsir checks out one of the artworks at the Southland Art Society's Art 2 Go exhibition at City Gallery. The exhibition, which runs until February 3, offers art lovers an opportunity to take the art they bought with them immediately.
FUN FOR ALL: Ten-year-olds Drew Miller (left) and Molly McWilliam enjoying carols in Invercargill's Queens Park.
HINT OF RED: Five Rivers artist Judith Lane-Ewing with one of the paintings that features in her exhibition at the Southland Museum and Art Gallery.
BONDING OVER CEMENT: Jacob Hannagan learns from the best as Invercargill Mayor Tim Shadbolt puts his former trade skills into practice at the Woodhouse Early Learning Centre. Playcentre staff asked Mr Shadbolt to help teach children how to make paving stones for the centre's new tunnel house.
GENEROUS GESTURE: TEAR Fund Southland-Otago regional manager Jane Laurie with Waverley Park School pupils after they presented the organisation with a donation of more than $300. From left are Te Kaanu Te Huia, 9, Ben Trounson, 8, Jane Laurie and Georgia Nicholson, 7.
BRING IT ON: Invercargill mums and bubs Nicole Fair (left) with Katlyn and Megan Scobie-Muir with Jed are prepared for the four-seasons-in-one-day weather the city's been getting.
SPEED RACERS: Kiriama Russell (left), 8, and Drew Coffrey, 11, pick up speed at the Bluff Community School trolley derby.
GIVING IT A GOOD TEST: Enjoying the official opening of the Windsor St park in Invercargill are (from left) Katie Melgren, 4, parks manager Robin Pagan and chairman of the site redevelopment George Stewart.
LIKE CLOAKWORK: Southern Institute of Technology nursing graduate Cecilia Burton wears her family's korowai, a traditional Maori cloak, during her graduation parade in Invercargill. The cloak was lovingly made during two months by six members of her family.
FAREWELL: James Hargest College outgoing principal Paul O'Connor with his wife Trish and student representatives (from left) Channelle Carnie, Alex Watson (in white shirt), Jack Fraser, Mana Wright, Ari Luecker (behind Mrs O'Connor), Benny Cook (front), Eroni Sotutu (obscured in back) and Claire MacIndoe at his final assembly.
CENTRE STAGE: Taking part in the Drummond Primary School end-of-year production are Jacob Macdonald playing Wal, Jack Preston as Cheeky and Hayden Taylor as Dog.
BANG A GONG: International Pacific College taiko drummer Yuka Katae performing on Queenstown's Village Green. The Palmerston North college Kodama team is on a South Island tour.
ON THE GO – OR NOT: Longbush Rural Kindergarten pupils (from left) Kaylin Goodall, Isaiah Bragg, both 4, and Spencer Goodall, 3, emulate road workers as they watch the road that goes past their kindergarten, near Woodlands, being resealed. The larger of the signs was given to the children by the road workers.
MAKING THEIR MARK: Aurora College students (from left) Kristie Walton, 14; Danielle Rogers, 13; Tia McRandle, 14; and Josh Maguire, 13, with the mural they painted as part of a study about water pollution. Behind is teacher Jade Kelly with their form class.
SUCCESS: University of Otago College of Education graduates Aaron Wakelin and his fiancee Joyce Wiegersma march down Esk St towards the Civic Theatre for their graduation ceremony in Invercargill.
PLAY IT AGAIN SAM: Invercargill Licensing Trust gardeners Shane McNaught (left) and Alan Clarke, both of Invercargill, talk to Olive Ladbrook, of Bluff, who was passing by in Esk St, Invercargill, and had a tinkle on the ivories as the piano was being shifted. It was in the old Deka building but was moved along Esk St to the Kelvin Hotel.
IN-FLIGHT DINING: Feeding in flight, this chaffinch is poetry in motion as it hovers in a garden at Te Anau.
ON STRIKE: Gore High School students (from left) Ethan Haigh, Abby Taylor and Caitlin Hattrill, all 14, enjoy an activities day at the Superbowl in Invercargill.
IT'S THE BOMB: From left, Immy McGregor, 11, Amy Jackson, 11, and Brittany Spark, 10, leap into the Arrowtown Memorial Pool as it opened for summer. The water was just 21degC but is expected to rise to 26-27degC at the height of summer.
HUNGRY FOR HANGI: (From left) Kim Debuyan, Harper Stuart and Emily Thomson, all 6, tuck into the hangi at Limehills School. The school hosted year 4 pupils from Myross Bush for a Maori celebrations day.
STAYING ON TRACK: Emily Doulevy, 6, rides her bike through the Sandy Point track at The Southland Times' Kids for Skids mountainbiking event.
FUN IN THE SUN: Isaac Fox, 2, (left) plays in the bucket of soap while Devon Pirini, 2, tries to make some bubbles during the Salford Primary School fair in Invercargill.
FUNDRAISING ON FOOT: Christian Neilson and Maria MacKay stepped out for National Jandal Day as they wandered the streets of Invercargill collecting money for Surf Life Saving New Zealand.
YUM: Salford Primary School pupils (from left) Storme Whyte, 6, Quinn Hartleyn, 5, Hunter Mooney, 6, and Atareta Karini, 5, eye up one of the prizes for their school fair raffle.
D-TYPE REPLICA: Classic Car Development owner Dave Brown sits in the D-Type Jaguar replica his team has spent the past two years building. A Ford GT40 is behind him.
SWEET SURPRISE: Alice Wilkins, who plays Willy Wonka, and soloist Sheena Martin, who plays a candy cane among other roles, are part of the cast of Search for the Golden Ticket, presented by two Gore dance schools.
POPULAR PAINTER: Southland artist Tony Green with his painting A Walk in the Park, which won the People's Choice award at the Southland Art Society's Provincial Pride Awards. The former roofer has been painting for only two years and it is the second consecutive time Green has won an award at the annual competition last year he not only won the people's choice award but was also named overall winner.
FEED 'EM AND THEY WILL GROW: Riverton Primary School students Sam Pratt and Jesse Baker, both 5, having a look at the school's new celebrity cookbook, which is being sold to raise money to help update the school's playground.
HUMBLE HELPERS: Recipients of the Arthritis New Zealand regional community service awards in Southland are (from left) Angus Frew, Florence McCoy, Winsome Christiansen, Paula Pearson and Kelly Baird.
KIA KAHA: The boys of Waverley Park School's Tuinga Tahi kapa haka group at their dress rehearsal in Invercargill.
EFFORTS REWARDED: Social Development Minister Paula Bennett with the recipients of an Enterprise Southland long-service certificate (from left) John Dempster, Graham Wilson, Miriana Tei and Tania Blight.
BIRDS OF A FEATHER: Wilsons Crossing farmer David McCallum attracts a crowd as he ploughs a field.
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