New Year celebrations in the regions

Fireworks light up the sky in Te Anau. PHOTO: LAURA SMITH
Fireworks light up the sky in Te Anau. PHOTO: LAURA SMITH
The hot temperatures at Rhythm and Alps on New Year’s Eve inspired a range of clothing, such as...
The hot temperatures at Rhythm and Alps on New Year’s Eve inspired a range of clothing, such as that worn by Tayne Mann (22), of Sydney, Jake Duncan (25), of Auckland, Taylah Wills (20), of Sydney, and Tom War (35), of Christchurch. PHOTO: KERRIE...
Joe Pali (left), now of Christchurch but formerly of Oamaru,  celebrates the end of 2019 with his...
Joe Pali (left), now of Christchurch but formerly of Oamaru, celebrates the end of 2019 with his grandson Max Eden (8), of Blenheim, and son-in-law Thomas Goatley, grandson Arthur Goatley (8 months) and daughter Victoria Goatley, all of Blenheim, at...
Thousands lined Queenstown’s town centre lakefront to watch, and film, the midnight fireworks...
Thousands lined Queenstown’s town centre lakefront to watch, and film, the midnight fireworks display. PHOTO: GUY WILLIAMS
As the sun sets, campers head from tent city towards the music. PHOTO: KERRIE WATERWORTH
As the sun sets, campers head from tent city towards the music. PHOTO: KERRIE WATERWORTH
Five and a-half thousand festival-goers stayed overnight in tents at the Rhythm and Alps three...
Five and a-half thousand festival-goers stayed overnight in tents at the Rhythm and Alps three-day festival. PHOTO KERRIE WATERWORTH

New Year celebrations across the South. 

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