Students get into the spirit of the OUSA Orientation Toga Party.
South Pac players are all smiles as they celebrate their win over the Ajax team in the women’s basketball final in Dunedin in August.
Dressed in a tutu, sporting painted finger nails, Jack Brazil stands out in the formal setting of a full Dunedin City Council meeting as he protests in June to raise awareness about the effects of climate change.
Waitakere United’s Andrew Abba keeps his eye on the ball as Southern United players Erik Panzer (left) and Danny Ledwith try to catch him during a match at Forsyth Barr Stadium in February.
Emotional scenes as members of the public show their support at the reopening of the Dunedin Mosque, on Sunday, March 17, following the mass shootings in Christchurch two days earlier.
Harry Finch (3) rides high on the shoulders of ex-All Black Tom Donnelly at a Spartans 10s tournament in Green Island in February. The tournament raised more than $30,000 towards the $150,000 cost of his treatment in the United States for a condition...
Tasha Gweshe, a student from a neighbouring flat, places flowers in the hedge of a flat known as “the Manor” in Dundas St where Sophia Crestani, of Wellington, was killed at a crowded party in October.
Otago Daily Times staff photographer Linda Robertson selects her favourite images of 2019.
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