Readers have begun sending their photos from the Rugby World Cup in France. Click on the links below to view the readers' gallery or send in your own photos, videos or blogs from the World Cup.
Have you seen something great at the Rugby World Cup? Why not share it with the world.
You could have your photos, video or even blog published on nzherald.co.nz
The Herald website is looking for people in France at the Rugby World Cup who can be the eyes and ears of New Zealand at the contest. We have a team of top reporters and photographers at the Cup but they cannot be everywhere.
So, we are looking for material from citizen journalists to help cover the Cup. It could be a photo, piece of video, story or a regular blog.
It could be about what you are seeing in France, Scotland and Wales about the rugby, travels around the country, fans you have met, the locals, the organisations. In fact, anything.
Here's what could be published:
Maybe you've taken some great footage on your phone or camera, why not share it.
Send your video to:
Here are some tips:
Please film in the 4:3 standard ratio NOT Widescreen 16:9 and it's always best to keep video short.
Don't forget to tell us your name.
There are some legal copyright issues around video at the Rugby World Cup so we may not be able to publish everything but we'd like to take a look.
We are looking for great photos from the Cup.
Simply send them to
These could be of anything you have seen at the Cup.
One tip: remember that photos on a website are small so close-ups work best.
We are looking for people to blog for us from France. It doesn't have to be about the rugby, it could be a travel blog or something about life on the road with the All Black supporters.
Email your idea to
Don't forget that the best blogs are regular but don't have to be long.
Good luck, and enjoy the Cup.