Thousands of people have flocked to vigils in the Central Lakes District to pay tribute to those affected by Friday's Christchurch terror attack.
Love and hope overtook fear and anxiety yesterday as Dunedin's Islamic community returned to their mosque to pray for the first time since Friday's terror attack in Christchurch.
Hundreds of members of the public gathered outside Dunedin's Al Huda mosque in Clyde Street for nearly three hours in a show of support for the city's Muslim community.
Visiting designers have seen the sights of Dunedin while local photography students learned their craft on a day of well-documented fashion tourism on Wednesday.
Twenty-six emerging designers took their designs to Larnach Castle, Emerson's Brewery, Glenfalloch, First Church, and the Dunedin Railway Station.