Above is Brett Emeny on short final for 07 in his Cessna 320E Skynight ZK-EGN2.
Being slowly assembled in Pat Scotters hangar is this Cessna 152 N24988 , c/n 80497. According to the FAA file this aircraft was exported to Peru - which is in fact true. Hayden Halsted did indeed ship this aircraft from the US to Peru but he was transferred to NZ before he had a chance to assemble it there. It never received a peruvian registration but it was registered as ZK-KDP on 24-06-2009.
Piper PA-38-112 Tomahawk ZK-EVC , c/n 81A0019 , started its career with the Southern Districts Aero Club at Gore. More recently [since early 2007] it had been Taieri based. From about March this year it has been in the Rangiora area, being listed to Grant Loader on 14-07-09.
One of a sizeable bunch of Cessna 152's operated by Mainland Air from Momona (Dunedin) is ZK-ETD , c/n 84195. It dropped in for fuel on its way back home after a mission to Motueka.
My favorite old Cessna 180 is ZK-BKG , c/n 30376 . This 1953 vintage aircraft came to NZ in 1955 for the Wellington Aero Club. It is currently listed to Richard Royds of Aoraki Mount Cook Ski Planes fame.