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Te Anau/Manapouri abuzz for Labour Weekend

Te Anau/Manapouri abuzz for Labour Weekend

Te Anau/Manapouri is hosting 11 events in total during Labour Weekend including two jubilees.

Fiordland Raccoon Tournament a popular option

Fiordland Raccoon Tournament a popular option

The 'Fiordland Raccoon Tournament' held in September was the second held by Te Anau Tennis at the Te Anau Tennis Courts & Events Centre.

Red moon

Red moon

The three photos show the eclipse of the moon last night at different stages.  Captured using a 10 mega pixel digital camera at full zoom.

Blood moon

Blood moon

Prominent red moon

South Island 14th Grade Championship at Logan Park

South Island 14th Grade Championship at Logan Park

In contrast to recent weather, the sun shone on some talented footballers in the South Island Champs

Pippins celebrate milestone

Pippins celebrate milestone

Te Anau Pippins of the Takahe District Girl Guiding New Zealand recently celebrated 30 years of Pippins in New Zealand and 10 years in Te Anau, Fiordland.

National League Football Dunedin

National League Football Dunedin

Recent pre-season trip to Invercargill. Warm up games for ASB National League

That time of the year...

That time of the year...

Ducklings at the botanic gardens.

Spring celebration in Te Anau

Spring celebration in Te Anau

The Te Anau Spring Flower Show, described as New Zealand's second biggest, will be held again this month. 

Seal mother and pup

Seal mother and pup

Rebecca Ford took this delightful photo of a fur seal mother and its pup at Natures Wonders on the Otago Peninsula last Friday.

Feeling the cold

Feeling the cold This is Dudley Purkin, aged 3 and a half months.  He likes to chew on small twigs and the occasional finger. 

Looking on the bright side . . .

Looking on the bright side . . .

The Dunedin Town Hall  blazed with light at 7pm yesterday, as street lights throughout the city did not turn on.

Spring morning in Maungawera Valley

Spring morning in Maungawera Valley

An early morning rural scene in the Maungawera Valley near Wanaka. Mount Gold is showing prominently in the back ground.

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