The Sinulog is an annual festival held on the third Sunday of January in Cebu City, Philippines. The Filipino community of New Zealand also celebrate to honor the Santo Nino. Wellington, NZ. 15th January 2012
More than 100 people came out in Wellington to protest against oil exploration off the east coast of New Zealand by the Brazilian oil company Petrobras. The protest coincided with the one year anniversary of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
A tribute to Ben Hana (aka Blanket Man) sprung up on Courtenay Place, where he spent most of his days. Hana, a homeless person, who turned to a life on the street in the late 1990s, died in a hospital bed, aged 54. New Zealand. 16th January 2011
The Festivale of Carnivale, which is essentially the Wellington Festival inside the wider national festival promises plenty to see on the streets of the capital city. Wellington, New Zealand. 17th September 2011
A festival in celebration of the Rugby World Cup was held in Wellington as a group of Filipinos gathered together and entertained visitors going to Westpac Stadium to watch the game between Fiji and South Africa. New Zealand. 17th September 2011
Spectators come and watch the colourful parade through the city streets of Wellington in a fabulous display of colour and celebration for the beginning of the Chinese New Year. Wellington, New Zealand. 12th February 2012
From the Wellington monument to the Papal Cross, around 500 pilgrims walked in silence amid the much-welcome spring sunshine, following in the footsteps of Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin in the Way of the Cross ceremony.
Over one hundred members of Muslims Against the Crusades, led by Anjem Choudary gathered on Duke of Wellington Place to protest against the Pope as he traveled through Wellington Arch to a vigil in Hyde Park. London, United Kingdom, 18/09/2010.
Every year in cities around the world, people ride bikes naked to celebrate the human body. The World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) demonstrates the vulnerability of cyclists on the road and is a protest against car culture. 11th June 2011
Official makers of the royal wedding cake, the sugar company Tate and Lyle, held an event at Wellington Arch, in London to commemorate the marriage of Kate Middleton and Prince William of Wales with a variety of intricately decorated cakes.
The biggest ever showing of contemporary Maori art from more than 250 native Maori artists goes on display at the biennial Maori art market at Te Rauparaha arena. Wellington, New Zealand. 8th October 2011
Ninety-one rumpeters, decked in full ceremonial uniform, prepare to simultaneously play a well-known fanfare in order to break the record for the world's longest line of fanfare trumpeters at Wellington Barrack.
Several thousand people gathered at Wellington Square, East Perth, to celebrate National Sorry Day. Activities included an address by local hero David Wirrpanda and a smoking ceremony involving all who attended. 26th May 2011
Hundreds of naked cyclists and many spectators enjoyed the warm afternoon sunshine in the capital as the World Naked Bike Ride proceeded through the streets, ending at Wellington Arch at Hyde Park Corner.