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RED BEASTS: Vintage machinery fan Murray Holgate inspects a Massey Harris 744D tractor at Edendale. The tractor is just one of hundreds set to be on display at the Edendale Vintage Machinery's annual Crank Up.
ROCKIN' OUT: Revellers (from left) James Isaacson, of London, Emily Jones, of Liverpool, Jack Groucott, of Wyndham in England, Melanie Butler, of County Durham, Ian Jackson, of Burnley, Cory Bellagham, of Queenstown and (at rear) Craig Campbell, of Invercargill, enjoy the rock bands at yesterday's "Rock 4 Haiti" concert on the Village Green in Queenstown.
THIS IS IT: Tillermans managers Carl and Rachael Goldsmith prepare the nightclub for what they hope will be a busy last night.
AHEAD OF THE CURVE: A crew from Queenstown-based earthworks company Horrell Contracting makes progress this week on realignment work on the sharp curve at the south end of Dipton. The $700,000 project to ease the curve on State Highway 6, commissioned by the NZ Transport Agency, involves blasting into the hillside. A small bridge over the Dipton Stream is also being replaced by a large culvert.
FUTURE CHAMPION: Wade Marshall, 14, checks his spurs before competing in two back-to-back rodeos.
TOGETHER AGAIN: School friends (from left) Carolyn Bailey, Mary Sheffield and Cherry Thompson, who have reunited in Winton, check out a project they worked on together at Cambridge Intermediate School, in Hamilton, in the 1960s.
SCENIC INSPIRATION: Maree Beker with one of her landscapes on display at the Southland Museum and Art Gallery.
COLOUR BURST: Emily William, 13, checking out the brightly coloured Livingston Daisy display outside the Invercargill City Council offices in Esk St, Invercargill.
NICE PRIZE: Wanaka businessman Mat Andrews after winning the chance to appear on the front page of The Southland Times and on breakfast radio. The package was one of several lots that went on the block in a charity auction run by Bayleys Real Estate to raise money for the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blinds Guide Dog Services.
DELICIOUS AND NUTRITIOUS: Mataura community garden co-ordinators Barbara Cunningham and Ross Boyd admire some of the fresh vegetables that have been grown on a once-vacant section in the town.
SHARP AS A TACK: Dorothy Robertson celebrated her 100th birthday at Vickery Court.
READY TO GO: Alex Henderson with his 1928 Model A Ford, ready for the Edendale Crank Up.
IT'S JUST MEAN: Invercargill Middle School pupils Jessie Wynne, 10, and her brother Joseph, 8, with the remains of the potato crop at the school. About 50 plants were stolen from the vegetable garden.
TRUE BLUE: Australians in Queenstown get an early start with Australia Day celebrations at Dux De Lux, in Queenstown.
SUN WOULD TOP IT OFF: Southern Mustang Club member Graeme Walker is hoping the sun will keep shining so he can take his 1964 Mustang out with the top down during the AmeriCARna car show event in Invercargill next month.
MAMA'S LITTLE BABIES LOVE SHORTNIN': Selling mum's home baking could be a good little earner for these Invercargill youngsters near the end of their holiday break. (From left) Ethan Yeo, 9, Kahn Lloyd-Cullen, 10, Ella Yeo, 7, and Kaysha Lawson, 5, peddle their wares in St Andrew St yesterday.
BEACH STROLL: Ewan and Tosh Waddell, of Myross Bush, making the most of some summery weather to take their dogs for a stroll along Oreti Beach, near Invercargill.
A WALK IN THE PARK: Fine weather lured Gore Counselling Centre members, including Audrey Kennedy (left) and Jennifer Schollum, outdoors on their lunch break during a training day. Heavy rain a week earlier had taken its toll on the Gore garden's roses but they provided a colourful display nevertheless.
READY TO GO: Members of the Southland branch of the Early Ford V8 Club of America met at Queens Park, Invercargill, to go on their monthly drive together.
SANDY RIDE: Erick Brown and his daughter Natalie enjoying a morning ride at Sandy Point, near Invercargill.
HAPPY CAMPER: Maggie Harrington, 11, of Invercargill, who has just returned home after spending five days in Taupo for the Heart Children New Zealand Brave Heart camp. Maggie had open-heart surgery at the age of 5, after a hole was found in her heart.
BIG KIDS, LITTLE KIDS: Queenstown Lakes Mayor Clive Geddes enjoys the sandpit with Finnegan Pannell-Gould, 3, after officially opening the new Queenstown Montessori childcare centre.
IN TRAINING: Sam MacDonald, 2, of Invercargill, rides on his bike in Queens Park. The kitset balance bikes, which do not have pedals, are made by New Zealand company Mocka, and aim to make the transition to bigger bikes easier for young children. Sam's father, Brad MacDonald, said it would be another year before his son would be able to ride a bicycle, but he was getting plenty of practice.
GRANDFATHERLY ADVICE: Wanaka Croquet Club's founding president Ken Brogan gives his granddaughter Anna Riddell, 10, of Wellington, some tips during the Little Day Out at Wanaka. Hundreds of people turned out and activities included a skate competition, pony rides, croquet and mini gymnastics.
NEW NAME: Southern Adult Literacy manager Nellie Garthwaite looks at a literacy poster at the launch of the new name for the organisation. Previously known as the Southland Adult Learning Programme, the new name incorporates the organisation's newly expanded catchment area, which has grown to include Wanaka, Queenstown and Central Otago.
SOGGY: Moss Goodlass, 6, and brother Fynn, 8, playing in their flooded front garden in the Ida Valley.
LAKE HIGHWAY: State Highway 90 and surrounding paddocks, south of Tapanui, were transformed by floodwaters and surface flooding after heavy overnight rain forced the Pomahaka River over its banks.
TYRELESS EFFORT: Protect Oreti Beach cleanup volunteers Invercargill Deputy Mayor Neil Boniface (left) and Tim Horne, of the Southland Land Rover Club, with some of the tyres found during a beach cleanup day.
LITTLE LAUGHS: Youngsters (from left) are Lucy Dow, 4, Paige Clay, 5, and Ella Dow, 7, enjoying a day in Queens Park in Invercargill.
DESIGNER FUN: Glassons store manager Dee Wainui displays the 2010 Breast Cancer Cure Research Trust T-shirts on sale in Invercargill.
IT'S JUST DAD: Briaea Muir, 4, thought she had found a monster in the learners' pool at Splash Palace but was disappointed when it turned out to be her dad Denis.
A BREATHER: The Hills greenkeepers Shane Taylor (left) and Alan Spencer take a break at the 15th hole during preparations for the NZ Open. Organisers say the event is likely to inject an estimated $60 million in "direct spend'' into the Queenstown economy.
HERO: Wairaki Station farm manager Craig MacGillivray the life of Adam Chartres when he dragged the 16-year-old from his burning car before it was engulfed in flames after he struck a bridge pillar.
UNWELCOME NEIGHBOUR: Windsor resident Bill Robertson watches over his back fence as workers build a Telecom cellphone tower. The tower has sparked hot debate among residents.
READY TO ROLL: Artbay Gallery owner Pauline Bianchi takes a hands-on approach to the preparation of the gallery's second Queenstown space in Beach St.
WOOLLY JUMPER: Ring marshall Robert Gardyne literally has his hands full as this ram tries to get back to his mates during the South Island Stud Perendale ram fair, in Gore.
TOP EFFORT: Joseph Kingi reflecting on his attempt to swim between Stewart Island and Bluff, which was halted by wind and high seas close to the finish line.
TORCHED: Fire Safety Officer Stuart Ide, of Queenstown, inspects the remains of a burnt-out Ford Falcon in Wanaka. Police believe an arsonist operating in the area may have gone from setting vegetation fires to torching the car.
BUSY BUSINESS: John Brown, the owner and area manager of Green Acres Southland, takes a break. Business had picked up after the sun made an appearance in Southland last week.
SEAFOOD, EAT IT: Saupo Vaga can hardly wait to crank up the barbie after floundering at Oreti Beach.
DOWN TIME: Rosemary Hamilton and Peter Hamilton, 13, both of Winton, with dogs Chalk (left) and Sprite, go for a walk.
A FAMILY AFFAIR: Gladys Procter (left), Val King, Joyce Egerton, Brooke Egerton, 5, and Ricki Egerton at the Tuatapere and Districts School jubilee.
DRINK TIME: Student Pam Wilson (left) tries out the intoxiclock with road safety adviser Jo Robinson. The $2000 device that measures how long it takes drinkers to process alcohol. The next demonstration of the machine is at the Wanaka A & P show on March 12 and 13.
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