ODT Illustrations editor Stephen Jaquiery visited Christchurch this week after the terror attack on two mosques, focusing on the city's recovery.
With tupping time approaching, rams in a paddock near Clarks Junction have been sorted and colour coded with raddle chalk.
A recent Otago Daily Times tally of sections being prepared for Wanaka produced a figure of more than 3000.
The inaugural Southern Indoor Charity Dog Trial was held at Waimumu, near Gore, last week, attracting entries from throughout the South Island.
Otago Daily Times photographers Stephen Jaquiery and Gerard O’Brien capture wintry scenes around Dunedin yesterday.
Wow. Christchurch-based Grant Shanks, writing as Andrew Grant, has produced another page-turning thriller where not only the rifles smoke as the action carries on outside working hours.
Returning home after serving with the New Zealand army in Vietnam, Graeme Sturgeon fell comfortably into a new career making money out of ridding pests from the bush: firstly culling deer in the Ruahine Ranges, then some stints possuming, shooting and catching deer from a helicopter and, finally, getting behind the cyclic himself.
You don't need an expensive editing program to take creative night-time photographs. A manual setting on your digital camera and a decent tripod opens up a world of possibilities where you can experiment endlessly until you have an image you are happy with, writes Stephen Jaquiery.
Award-winning New Zealand photographer David Hallett has given up a 40-year newspaper career to concentrate on his passion, wildlife photography.
Diesel and petrol prices fell yesterday as the strengthening New Zealand dollar - near record highs against its US counterpart - remains as a price-rise buffer for motorists.
Plunket The Big Pram Jam boosted the coffers of Plunket branches in Cromwell, Alexandra and Wanaka this week.
Lighthouses by the very nature of their function were most often built at spectacular and wild locations.