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Photos Scenic NZ photo competition winners
The winning shots selected from over 8000 entries capturing the beauty and drama of NZ.
Image 1 of 12: First place winner. Mt Egmont/Taranaki from the Pouakai ranges. Photo / Jeremy Beckers
Made from hundreds of iridescent chandelier crystals, "Guide Kaiārahi" emerges from the pool on the gallery's forecourt. Photos / Hamish Melville
Images from around the country as polar storm moves up from South Island.
A Wellness Riders beginners skateboarding clinic for wāhine at Auckland's Barry Curtis Park. Photos by Alex Burton.
A fusion of art and culture makes the revisualised South Atrium shine. Photos by Dean Purcell.
Photos / Grace Watson for Auckland Zoo
The Covid-19 lockdown of New Zealand started at 11:59pm 25 March 2020. This is what it was like on the first morning.
Elina Osborne took 137 days to walk the Pacific Crest Trail.
In the forests of northeast Tasmania, world-class mountain biking trails are saving a struggling town.
For her column The Hungry Traveller, Anna King Shahab has found the best places to eat and drink in Bali's popular town of Ubud.
The winners of the NZ Herald Summer Holiday Photo Competition have been chosen from around 2000 entries
The impact of smoke from the Australian bush fires created a hazy-orange tint over the North Island. Photos from NZ Herald photographers and images sent in to the newsdesk from readers.
White Island erupted without warning catching tourists unawares and resulting in critical injuries for some
The Royal Meteorological Society has announced the winner of its Weather Photographer of the Year award, with lightning strikes and billowing storms among the top entries.
The National Convention Centre was due to open next year. The Herald took a look inside in July and have been given pictures of the damage right after the fire was extengiushed
The new Convention Centre construction site goes up in flames
Sky City convention centre construction site is evacuated a fire rips through the area
Robert Webb, manager of the Whangārei Native Bird Recovery Centre, moves newly hatched in to a kiwi crèche. Video / Julia Czerwonatis
The Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 will be announced 15 October. Here are a few of the best so far
Amidst this year’s new releases, 2021 is shaping up to be the year of the daily watch,
watches that seamlessly combine Swiss artistry with day-to-day functionality. These
go-to watches are chameleons on the wrist and are easy to wear from day to night.
The 10th annual Audubon photography awards celebrate the best in bird photography across the Americas.
For all the high-tech gear available to big-city fire departments, investigators still see value in old-school tools. These drawings were made by a French firefighter and professional sketch artist, Laurent Clerjeau, as the cathedral burned, and in the days afterward. They show how the flames spread, and record what firefighters did to try to contain them.
Police dogs as you've never seen them before, Pawtraits is a study in police dog aesthetics
The streets <a href='https://www.nzherald.co.nz/travel/news/article.cfm?c_id=7&objectid=12245359' target='_blank'>run red with with wine in Spain's Rijoca region.</a>
Aneta Morgan from Whakarewarewa talks about opposition to future MIQs.
Auckland shifted to Alert Level 3 on Wednesday after over a month under Alert Level 4 restrictions.
Video / Jed Bradley / Mark Mitchell / Dean Purcell / Jason Oxenham
Rotorua Multicultural Council president Dr Margriet Theron has encouraged members to get their covid vaccination.