Kia ora Aotearoa! Stuff has just finished their annual Summer Snaps competition and we’re thrilled to announce that you'll be the judge of the People and Communities photograph category.
Stuff received almost 300 entries in the category featuring all things local and we have whittled these down to six brilliantly captured photographs in the running to win a Canon EOS camera.
You can hear more about these finalist entries on our blog, but judging is simple:
Cast your vote in the poll below before 3pm, February 11.
42.5% Finalist 1: Ken Hansen (The beach)42.5% Complete
11.8% Finalist 2: Tiana Golder (Mana Wāhine)11.8% Complete
12.4% Finalist 3: Tom Mazey (Vintage cars)12.4% Complete
7% Finalist 4: Vivian Gehrmann (On the farm)7% Complete
16.6% Finalist 5: Stephane Dussau (Maori Battallion)16.6% Complete
9.8% Finalist 6: Kate Henry (Kids playing)9.8% Complete
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Remember our servicemen and servicewomen past and present this Anzac Day, Sunday 25 April.
Auckland Council, in partnership with the Auckland RSA and local communities, offers more than 80 parades and services across Tāmaki Makaurau. Attend one near you with friends and family.
Go to ourauckland.nz/anzacday for a full list of services, parking, road closures and ways to commemorate at home.
COVID-19 precautions: please remember to use the NZ COVID Tracer app, stay at home if you are unwell and wear a mask on public transport. Anzac Day services will only proceed at Alert Level 1.