Pink Hike proving popular

Pink Hike organiser Luisa Coyle, centre, at the inaugural event last year.

The event will also be great for those who have always meant to get around to climbing up Mt Fyffe.

Getting my hobbit on

Stopping to admire the scenery at the Pelorus River.

It's hard to focus your mind on anything other than the serene beauty of nature when kayaking down the Pelorus River.

Wine, food and everything good

Marlborough Wine and Food organisers Spring Webb, left, and Harriet Wadworth.

"We sold out last year, so we are hoping for the same this year."

What makes Picton, Picton?

The Brand Picton Working Group, from left, group leader Juliet Gibbons, Picton Smart and Connected chairwoman Barbara Speedy and group member Patricia Berwick, is consulting with the public to find out the key characteristics of Picton's identity.

"It can't be enforced from the outside, it needs to come from within the community."

NZ's best kept secret no longer

The cooling waters of Te Waihou Blue Springs attracted visitors from far and wide over the sweltering summer weather.

As more people discover a stunning Waikato spring, it is in danger of being overwhelmed.

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