• Rose ‘Harriet Shepherd’

Garden Discoveries Unearth Memories

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  • The entrance to Waipukurau overlooking the town from the north

Let’s take the Scenic Route

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  • Brilliant! Red Cottage at Staveley under a starry sky

Mountain High in Staveley

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  • Cycling in Martinborough - Martinborough Hotel

Wine on Wheels – Martinborough

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  • Whakatāne Kiwi Trust volunteer does a health check on a kiwi check. The kiwi was known as ‘te manu huna a Tāne’, the hidden bird of Tāne (god of the forest), because it came out mostly at night and was seldom seen

Trail of Kiwi

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  • The Sounds are a relaxing place to unwind. Photo: Queen Charlotte Track Inc.

Queen Charlotte Track – Marlborough

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  • The road up the Waitaki Valley – a journey of two halves. Lake Aviemore and the dam just visible in this late afternoon shot. Derek Smith

A Village in the Valley

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  • The Hokianga boardwalk section is one of the longest in the country

A Great Ride – Northland’s Coast to Coast

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Tangiwai Railway Disaster

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  • A place to rest at the water’s edge

Quail Island – A Hidden Treasure

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  • River riding at its best!

Southern Lake Linking

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Kaikōura Museum

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Kaikoura Rebuild Earns Awards

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  • Sunset from Titirangi-Kaiti Hill. Picture by Damon Meade

First to See the Light

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Freedom to Coast

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  • Cannibal Bay – a name that is sure to catch your attention

Mysterious Catlins

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  • A spectacular glass ceiling shows the Coat of Arms of all British Dominions and Colonies during WWI

Auckland Museum 166 Years On

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  • The basis of the museum project is the former Mayor’s residence and headquarters of the Gendarmerie in Le Quesnoy, the largest piece of land under one title within the original town ramparts. Studies by the New Zealand Memorial Museum Trust indicate that it is entirely suitable for the purpose of establishing a New Zealand presence in France, centred in Le Quesnoy

The Great War – Commemorating the Armistice

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