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Former US President Bill Clinton has invited a New Zealand clothing company to address Asian leaders on sustainability.
Clipper Round the World Yacht Race crews are back in racing mode after an action-packed stopover at Tauranga, in New Zealand’s Bay of Plenty.
A Māori cloak of historic significance is home in Te Papa Tongarewa, the Museum of New Zealand, after living in a London closet for more than 20 years.
New Zealand takes an official step this weekend towards winter 2009 when clocks are turned back an hour as the country says goodbye to daylight saving.
New Zealand’s top tourist operators have been recognised in the country’s annual Tourism Industry Awards with a flexi travel network taking out the supreme prize for 2008.
Te Papa’s colossal squid, caught in the Ross Sea and gifted to the museum in 2007, is scheduled for defrosting and examination on 30 April 2008.
West coast city New Plymouth is about to be set alive with music and dance, by a festival designed for all ages and tastes – WOMAD.
International visitors at the World Rowing Championships have been treated to some unique action on New Zealand's Lake Karapiro - from an historic fleet of Māori waka to fierce challenge in the first days of competition.
Kiwis are getting ready for three weeks of side-splitting laughter, as New Zealand transforms into comedy central for the annual NZ International Comedy Festival.
Challenge Wanaka – profiled as ‘the world’s most scenic iron distance triathlon’ – plays out across a stunning New Zealand South Island alpine landscape.