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SCOFFING IT: Fourth year accounting student Tim Stewart wins the Meat Pie Mile contest at O-week.
MANSFIELD GARDEN: Will recreate the famous fictional garden in Katherine Mansfield’s short story The Garden Party and feature a facade of a late 19th century villa, gravel drive, lawn with a lily pond and a tennis court.
SUNNY CONDITIONS: The weather played its part providing an ideal day for festival goers.
The knACCkered team of ACC staff took out the best costume title. Front row from left, Shirley Simpson, Abbie Simpson, team leader Christina Dalgety and Lisa Pledger.
OPEN DAY: People enjoyed visiting the Avantidrome track cycling stadium near Cambridge, where Auckland track cycling squad member Hannah Gumbley, 16, was training.
Competitors in the REV Cycle Festival on Saturday in Cambridge. Waikato Times photographer Bruce Mercer went along and captured the riders in action.
HAMILTON CITY LICENSING SERGEANT JIM KERNOHAN: "They [legal high users] like to be interacting with the public so they can ask for money, so they can beg. They also smoke tobacco so they like to be around where there’s people who throw their butts down."
Hamilton parking fails
Ink about it: Rachel Thomas gets a new adornment on her arm, courtesy of artist Anna Belle.
Hundreds of children took part in the Weet-Bix Kids Tryathlon in Hamilton on Sunday.
Baker boys: Maurice Mehalski, left, and Lawrenzo Stockholmes discuss the merits of a 1955 v8 Studibaker.
Good ole Mr Whippy keeping all the kids happy on a hot summers day camping at Otautu Bay.
Robert, 12, took this photo of a very cute donkey at Bullswood Farm Park.
A spot of backyard cricket hits the spot on a hot day.
Bryer and horse Matai cool off on a hot day.
The littlies enjoy their moment in the spotlight.
A summer seagull drops in to say hello at Papamoa.
Mannix, seven, at Whangamata.
GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS (YOGI, PADDINGTON AND WINNIE): Labrador Crosses, two males two females, seven weeks old. These are fun-loving little mischief makers who will be great family dogs. They will need companionship and guidance and will reward you with years of happiness and love. For information about adopting a dog or to see dogs up for adoption, please contact kennel staff on 07 838 6664.