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HOMING IN: Southland Home Show organiser George Owen sets up a display for the event at Stadium Southland, in Invercargill. In its 16th year, the show lets people buy anything from treatment for a sore back, to heat pumps and kitchens.
`THEY RAVISH'D HER': A battered and bloody Sarah Wild, 17, as Lavinia from Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, during the final dress rehearsal of Shakespeare in the Dark.
YUE GOTTA PRACTISE: Yue Peng, 9, the youngest member of the Zirka Circus troupe, warms up before the show in Pioneer Park, in Alexandra.
HEARTY RESPONSE: Damian Stirling, Maraea Te Huia and Harrison Thompson, all 4, from SIT childcare centre, show they are all heart when it comes to health. The centre received the Heart Foundation's Healthy Heart Award and to celebrate the occasion the centre held a dressup day and teddy bears picnic.
BRAINBOX: Daniel Redmond, 18, of Invercargill, takes time out from labouring work at James Hargest College. Daniel, the 2009 James Hargest College dux, got the top mark in New Zealand in the NZQA scholarship exam for statistics and modelling.
NEED FOR SPEED: Taine Smith, of Grove Bush, might be only 2 years old but he has the moves and sound effects down pat as he tries out this quadbike at the Southern Field Days, at Waimumu.
SPEEDING THROUGH SHAKESPEARE: From the top, Wade Millar, Hamish McGregor and Taylor Barrett in action during the opening of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), this year's Shakespeare in the Park offering. The Complete Works takes the audience on a romp through all 37 of Shakespeare's plays, using music, puppetry, slapstick and stand-up comedy.
STICKING TO THE PATH: Site foreman Simon Mowat hammers in boxing pegs for a new footpath on Queenstown's lakefront under the watchful eyes of beachgoers.
WHO'LL EAT ALL THE PIES?: Lynley Taylor, of Stella's Bakery in Bluff, with a tray of pies. Southland Times readers picked the bakery as the the place to get the best pies in Southland.
BLUE BRIGADE: Pictured (from left) Charlie Shaw, 5, Henry Broad, 7, Abbie Harrison, 7, Breana Smith, 7, and Max Burt, 8, in their new Alexandra Primary School uniforms. The school was the last primary in Central Otago to introduce wearing uniforms.
GADGETRY: Rodger Eade, Gore representative for irrigation business Waterforce, checks out a Valley pivot span irrigator at the setup day at the Waimumu field days.
NEW SCHOOL: Remarkables Primary School pupils Jarrah Mills (left) and Jacob Gjaja, both 5, get ready for their first day of school.
PICNIC TIME: Wilson Ludlow, 7, mum Lyndal, obscured middle, and 5-year-old Hugo Ludlow hold up their teddy bears after treating their furry friends to a day out at the teddy bears picnic at Queens Park, in Invercargill.
HOMEWARD BOUND: James Hargest High School pupil Kadeem Duncan, 12, makes for home on his skateboard while groups of pupils are lined up waiting for their buses outside the junior campus on Queens Dr earlier this month.
DAY ONE: Childhood buddies (from left) Aidan Bond, 5, Charlotte Payne, 5, and Katie Westphall, 5, were excited for their first day at the new Remarkables Primary School.
MONSTER FUN: A monster truck crushes cars at Scott May's Daredevil Stunt Show. The event attracted hundreds of people to the Riverside Speedway where there were motorcycle jumps, two-wheeled driving, a human cannonball, fires and pyrotechnics.
DIDN'T HURT: Sheena Pottinger (right) gives Evelyn Morison, both Southland Hospital emergency department nurses, an H1N1 influenza A vaccine.
TECH TOOL: Salford Primary School pupil Grace Milne, 9, shows off her new laptop computer. Each child in her class now uses a laptop as their main learning tool.
BIG HEART: Queenstown physiotherapist Louise Sheppard is looking forward to starting Central Tickers Club classes at the Queenstown Recreation Centre. The New Zealand Heart Foundation is launching the club for Queenstowners who have experienced heart trouble.
MODEL PASSENGER: Esmey and Peter Fletcher, of Clinton, and their dog Basil took part in the Southland Vintage Car Club annual rally and open day in Invercargill with their 1913 Model T Ford. The club held its open-day car display at the Star rugby grounds at Waverley Park.
SUNNY TRIO: Myross Bush sisters Olivia Horton, 6, and twins Lydia and Sacha, both 4, catch the busking action at the teddy bears picnic in Queens Park, Invercargill.
WHERE'S THE FIRE?: Mosgiel firefighters Rick Atkinson(left) and Paul Falconer in the extinguisher and delivery event at the Otago-Southland Provincial Waterway Challenge Championship held at Browns.
LITTLE BATTLER: Hamish Smith (centre), 4, completed the 12km Invercargill Surf to City ride just six weeks after after the training wheels were taken off his bike. He is flanked by (from left) older brother Cameron, 9, father Richard, mother Monique, who ran the 12km, and sister Jessica, 7.
BALANCING ACT: US-based The Flash member Tobin Renwick balances on the head of his co-member David Graham during a street performance on the first day of the Southland Buskers Festival.
CREATIONS TO SEA: Invercargill artist Kees Taal with one of his fish that will form part of his first exhibition of metal work.
DON'T LOOK DOWN: Daredevil Chicken Club buskers Johnathan Taylor and Anne Goldman perform at Wachner Place, Invercargill.
BRING IT ON: From left, Rippon music festival personal assistant Fiona McMartin, assistant event manager Sally Norman and site co-manager Aaron Perry preparing for the big day in Wanaka.
ROLL UP, ROLL UP: Nathan "MulletMan'' Bonner refines his act ahead of the Southland Buskers Festival, in Invercargill.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Remarkables Primary School pupil Stella Lonsdale-Hope, 5, cuts the ribbon with principal Debbie Dickson at the opening ceremony for the new school in Queenstown.
OPEN WALKWAY: Department of Conservation worker Kathryn Pemberton checks the Waituna walkway, which officially opened on Thursday, February 4. The track is a loop starting and finishing at the Waituna Lagoon car park at the end of Waghorn Rd.
HELP IS THE ANSWER: Hospice Southland received a much-needed helping hand after it was given $12,000 by the organisers of Southland's Quiz Extravaganza. Organisation representatives included (from left) Annette Chalmers and Craig Kura, advisers from AMP South, Helen Walker, of Hospice Southland, and Tony Laker, of Laker House of Travel.
SO CUTE: Gore SPCA manager Tanya Burke with one of the shelter's cute residents.
READY, AIM, NO FIRE: Browns Volunteer Fire Brigade firefighters Kelvin McCorkindale (foreground) and Nathan Middleton practise their skills ahead of the Otago-Southland Provincial Waterway Challenge Championship to be held in Browns on Saturday.
BUT WE LOVE YOU: Bollywood Stars Sonam Kapoor (left) and Imran Khan between takes of the last New Zealand scene to be shot for I Hate Luv Stories. The movie has been shooting throughout the Queenstown Lakes district for the past three weeks but the remainder will be shot in India.
MARRED GRAVEL: Road resealer crew Ben Crooks and Hardy Te Whata inspect skid marks on Racecourse Rd, Invercargill. Three secondary school students had their cars impounded after they were caught drag racing and ripping up new road seal.
ARRIVING IN STYLE: South West pilot Chris Green with Waihopai School pupils Stephen Safaiti, 7, Jack Beckley, 7, and sister Hannah, 9. The trio were helicoptered to their school from Gala St as Jack's Fly to School prize from More FM.
RIDING HIGH: Robert Barclift takes to the surf in his kayak as he enjoys Oreti Beach on a fine day.
SUMMER YUM: Sisters Ruby, 4, and Zelda Boyd, 6, of Wanaka, enjoy an ice cream as they swelter in the hot weather this week.
NEW DIRECTION: Southern Institute of Technology's Orientation Week organiser Richard Hogan contemplates O Week while looking out from the Cube of Learning in Tay St, Invercargill.
NO PRESSURE: Stacy Bewley rubs sunblock on to Dave Sebastian's shoulders as they relax in the hot weather in Queenstown.
LIFE'S A BEACH: A group of American students on their Study Abroad trip relax on Oreti Beach, near Invercargill, as the weather heats up in the south. Pictured (from left) Heidi Holdaway, Heather Capson, Makenna Austin, Darren Goring (in behind) Becky Fisher, Nicole Goring, Heidi Steenblik, J J Damin and Monica Boyer.
SUN DAY: Angela Kim works on her tan as she spends time in Queenstown in the hot weather.
ON AN ADVENTURE: Sisters Madison (left), 4, and Mackenzie Ronald-Booth, 3, explore the Otatara Preschool playground.
FUN AND GAMES: From left, Mickayla Cundall, 1, Korbin Ritchie, 3, educator Wendy Murphy and Joel Dodd, 3, make the most of water play at their first day at Southern Kids Early Learning Centre, in Invercargill.
GLOBAL PITCH: Catlins farmer Howie Gardner with his dogs.
BITE MARKS: Lydia Ward, 14, shows the teeth holes in her wetsuit and the bodyboard she used to fend off a shark after it latched on to her right hip at Oreti Beach, Invercargill.
SUMMER FUN: Tiffany Leighton, 12, beating her friend Aaliyah Tewhata, 10, to the finish line of the horizontal bungee at the Ascot Kidz holiday programme.
PLENTY OF ROOM: From left, Ryan Dyer, Connor Singh and Saelyn Guyton from the blues-rock band Room To Move in action at Riverton's Great Gig.
GNARLY: Cameron Leslie, from the semi-acoustic hard rock duo Sausage Assassin, plays gnarly tunes for the punters at Riverton's Great Gig on Saturday.
A GREAT GIG: Drummer Connor Singh, from blues-rock band Room To Move, performing at the Great Gig at the Riverton Soundshell.
COOL TEACHERS: (from left) Thornbury School junior school teacher Rayleen Davis, principal Anne Batt and senior school teacher Johanna Hamilton take time out in the school swimming pool while planning this year's lessons.
AND ... ACTION: Auckland film-maker Tim McLachlan with actor James Rolleston, 12, inside the ice cream truck used for filming near Queenstown for the Big Break competition. The aspiring film-maker is one of the finalists in the Tourism New Zealand-sponsored international short-film competition which has attracted 1100 entries from 30 countries.
PIE CHART: Jasons travel guide chief executive Matthew Mayne presents the company's push to uncover the secrets of Southland to hospitality representatives at the White Heron in Invercargill.
PRETTY HOT: German backpackers Maria Zieder (left), of Munich, and Jannina Broders, of Hamburg, apply sunblock amid the huge throng of visitors to Queenstown Bay this week.
THAT'S MY GIRL: Donald Ramsey, of Gore, with his 1960 3.8-litre Jaguar that took him 16 years to rebuild.
OVERDUB: From left, Harry Mahia, Saelyn Guyton and Albie Marama from the soulful band DubfreQNc putting on a show for the punters at Riverton's Great Gig on Saturday. A small crowd sat in the sun and enjoyed the sounds of 10 diverse Southland bands and solo performers.
BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Brothers Richard , 6, and William Ranstead, 7, of Edendale, climbing on board a bright Oliver OC 6 crawler tractor at the Edendale Crank Up held in Southland on Saturday and Sunday.
TROPHY HOLDER: Carey McDowall, of E.scape Glass, holding an example of the trophy he designed for the inaugural New Zealander of the Year Awards.
SKY TOWER'S THE LIMIT: Arrowtown firefighters Rob Andrews (left) and Terry Youngman, all kitted up in the searing heat, prepare to run up Tobins Track. Along with colleague Chris Tate, they are in training for the Firefighters Sky Tower Vertical Challenge in Auckland in May, which raises funds for the Leukaemia and Blood Foundation.
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