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STAR OF THE SHOW: James Luck, 17, performs at his fundraising concert at Stadium Southland. He is raising money for his year-long course at the Urban Dance Centre in Sydney.
GOOD DOG: Pepper the English working sheepdog is put through her paces while training for the Southland Dog Training Club's competition in Invercargill. She is owned and trained by Caroline Rain.
FALLS LIKE RAIN: Darren Boniface, from Otatara, and his family admire one of the many waterfalls cascading into Lake Te Anau's north fiord. Heavy rain during the past few weeks has raised the lake to very high levels.
HACKED OFF: Queens Park Golf Club deputy club captain Darryl McGregor said vandals who ripped up turf on its fairways this week can expect damage to be inflicted on their property if they are caught in the future.
MOBILITY BOW-WOW: Grant Southam relaxes with a group of mobility dog puppies at Arrowtown before heading off on the second-to-last leg of his Cape Reinga-to-Bluff charity cycle trip.
JUMPING FOR JOY: Emily Lough 15, Meg Prendergast 15, and Emily Mason 17, of Invercargill, celebrate stellar NCEA exam results. Emily Mason sat level two examinations, while Emily Lough and Meg sat level one examinations.
CONTENTED: Southlander Sister Mary Dominic celebrates her 102nd birthday at her Calvary care home in Invercargill.
SUMMER INSIDE: Four-year-old Brady Goodwin, of Waimumu, revels in the spray at the Gore Aquatic Centre. He has been among the many visitors at the centre duringthe holiday period, the cold weather not putting off young and old alike.
PRECISION EXTRACTION: Downer EDi Works contractor Craig Thacker, of Gore, ensures the strops are tight enough to pull out a concrete stump during work on the Crewe St footpath upgrade.
TAKE A BOW: Queenstown Violin Summer School pupil Hiro Fukuoka, 20, practises in front of mirrors at the Queenstown Performing Arts Centre in preparation for a masterclass performance in front of teachers and other pupils.
FEELS GOOD: Youngster Kero-fern O'Connor enjoys a change in weather warm temperatures meant a day of fun at Queens Park in Invercargill.
UP AND AWAY: (From left) Libby Sargent, Courtney Manson and Daniel Lord, all 5, and Ryan Campbell, 7, enjoy the Southland District Council holiday programme in Riverton.
TREK IN MIND: This couple could be mistaken for having just finished a big trek but they haven't started yet. Kapiti trampers Sandy and Andrew Fletcher take a quick nap in Te Anau's main street before catching the bus to tackle the Milford Track.
GETTING SOME AIR: Nico Parry, 15, performs a table top move on his BMX bike at the Elles Rd skate park in Invercargill.
NICE DAY FOR A WHITE WEDDING: Left: The skies cleared and the rain stopped half an hour for Ange Mason and Ryan Whipp's wedding on Bathing Beach, Stewart Island. The couple met in 2001 while they were both serving on the frigate Canterbury. Ms Mason grew up at Tuatapere while Mr Whipp is a sixth generation Stewart Islander.
HANGIN ON: Brendon Cochrane, of Te Anau, pushes his four-litre V8 jetboat through large swells as passenger Nathan Monk, of Fairlie, hangs on with both hands as they travel across Lake Te Anau, Fiordland.
FUNDRAISING FUN: Arrowtown Scouts fundraising chairwoman Kirsten Dennison among a group of eager Scouts.
GETTING MESSY: Erica Den Hertog, 9, and teacher Katie Hughes make paper mache pulp at the Queenstown school holiday programm.
SHAG NASTY: This little shag (kawaupaka) is a tad unhappy that it has to share its roost with a female scaup (papango) on Lake Te Anau.
SKIKE HIKE OVER: Scott Kvick, of Alexandra, celebrates his arrival at Stirling Point, Bluff, after spending 31 days travelling the length of the country on his skikes, a cross between skis and roller blades. The 20-year-old Otago University student did the journey to raise awareness and money for CanTeen and the SPCA.
EAR EAR: Baby rabbits on the alert near their burrow near Te Anau.
DOING THE BOARDRIDE: Allan Milne crosses the Roger Sutton Boardwalk during his regular training ride along the Waihopai Walkway adjacent to Bluff Rd and the Invercargill estuary.
HEADING OUT: The Wilson family from Dunedin (from left) Bev and husband Dave with daughter Colleen, 15, taking advantage of fine weather in Wanaka.
ARTS IN MIND: (From left) Shion Forsyth, Uta Higuchi, and Geena Slow, all 8, and Lilian Slow, 12, get stuck into arts and crafts at the Queenstown school holiday programme. The programme runs until January 29.
STANDING ROOM: Katie Holland and Kym Barnett, of Hamilton, line up for a sold-out afternoon screening of Avatar at Queenstown's Reading Cinemas.
WEBSITE SERVER: Morning sunshine lights up a hard night's work by a tiny spider as it waits for breakfast to arrive in Te Anau's Kakapo Rd.
BRAVING THE ELEMENTS: Wild weather in Invercargill didn't stop Nikki Taylor and her dog Pecan from enjoying their regular trip to Oreti Beach. Ms Taylor said she and Pecan tried to go to the beach every day.
THIS IS A STICK-UP: Max Watt, 15 months, gets busy collecting wood in Queenstown Bay after arriving from Auckland for a holiday.
CATCHING RAYS: Warm and sunny: German tourists Susanne Suessmeier and Marvin Nied soaking up the sunshine beside Lake Te Anau.
LET'S BOWL: Superbowling Williams sisters, Jodzia, 8, Mariareini, 9, Shilo, 5 and Louise, 6, of Hamilton, enjoying holiday fun at Superbowl in Invercargill.
LAKESIDE LOB: Dominic Richardson, 6, of Invercargill, spends time throwing rocks and wood into the waves at Queenstown Bay yesterday. Daniel was on holiday with cousins visiting from Melbourne.
OUT OF MY WAY: Chaos erupted as hundreds of people pushed and climbed over each other to find the film canisters buried on the beach at the Curio Bay Big Dig.
CAN YOU DIG IT: Hundreds of holidaymakers take part in the Curio Bay Big Dig.
SLIDE SHOWER: Four-year-old Grayson Bailey and his father Matt Bailey, of Wanaka, try out the water slide at Invercargill's Splash Palace.
WAKE BREAK: Brendon Cochrane, of Te Anau, pushes his 4-litre V8 jet boat through large swells on Lake Te Anau as passenger Nathan Monk, of Fairlie, hangs on tight.
LEG ROOM: Renee Roker, Nadia Graham, Rachel Rose, Nicole Bell, Annabel Fafeita and Sarah Frew, all of Queenstown, get their legs up at the Glenorchy Races.
COOL IN THE SHADE: Joe Reynolds, Lana Ennis, Maggie Ennis, Kelly Ennis, Jasmine Reynolds and Jacqui Ennis at Saturday's Glenorchy Races.
READY SET GO: Stick Horse race competitors Eliot Bain (left) and Bailey Green prepare for the inaugural event. Eliot and his horse "Harold", made by his grandfather, won the under 4-year-olds race.
CHILLING OUT: Hawea-Wanaka Pony Club member Sharon Robertson (right) polices a BYO alcohol ban at the Wanaka Rodeo. Under scrutiny is a chilly bin carried by Queenstown visitors Shona and Chris Campbell with (from left) Jamie Ross, 8, Brett Ward, 10, and Cody Campbell, 5.
GRAND TIME: Jake Thompson, 2, of Queenstown, at the Glenorchy Races with grandmother Margaret Caldwell, of England.
MOUNTED ASSEMBLY: A revamped Grand Entry had more than 60 participants parade in front of the 4000-strong crowd at Saturday's Wanaka Rodeo.
COP THIS: Queenstown Constable Dave Felstead competes with Callan Grimmer in the double banking race at the Glenorchy Races.
YOUNG PUNTERS: From left, Bennie Davies, 9, Guy Morganty, 7, Matthew Morganty, 4, and Simon Morganty, 10, keep an eye on the action from the finish post at the Glenorchy Races.
MER-MADE: Marian Jennings was second in the sand sculpture competition at the Curio Bay Big Dig.
ON SHOW: Southland Museum manager Gayle Ramsay poses for a photo with the Ranfurly Shield. The shield will remain on display at the museum until January 7.
SHELL SHOCK: Gore man Mark Tippett said he heard a single firework go off soon after midnight, just minutes before this neighbouring house erupted in flames.
UNDER CONTROL: Alexandra Fire Service volunteers were called to a small vegetation fire in Dunstan Rd at 10.30am yesterday. Undergrowth was smouldering when one engine and a support van arrived. The crew had the fire under control within 15 minutes.
CASTING FAR AND WIDE: Matt Johnstone, 9, of Mosgiel, Nicholas Young, 9, of Christchurch, and Cameron Johnstone, 10, of Mosgiel, fish from the wharf at Halfmoon Bay, Stewart Island. Their families meet somewhere in the South Island each year for a tramping holiday.
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