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While big Kiwis celebrate New Zealand Conservation Week, the country’s smallest and most endangered species – of the feathered kind – are enjoying a momentous occasion.
A Marlborough high country merino sheep station has become one of the largest covenanted private conservation areas in New Zealand.
A cute little ball of fluff with a long beak has emerged at Rainbow Springs Kiwi Encounter, in Rotorua, to mark another New Zealand conservation milestone.
Top international snow and ice sports athletes are due to descend on New Zealand’s Southern Alps this winter, for 16 days of cool action in the 100% Pure New Zealand Winter Games.
A cold blast over New Zealand’s South Island is bringing snow to low levels and dumping snow on key resorts, just days before the first ski field opens.
Former Coronation Street star Adam Rickitt loves New Zealand.
A New Zealand radio engineer who is attempting to break the world record for bungy jumping says he’s fit and ready to begin his marathon leaps off the Auckland Harbour Bridge.
The clocks are ticking and the final countdown has begun – there’s just one year to go until New Zealand stages its biggest-ever event, the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
Kicked into touch on home ground for the first time – in Auckland’s Queen’s Wharf Rugby World Cup fan zone – Tourism New Zealand’s giant rugby ball has broken all previous visitor records.
More cruise ships than ever are visiting New Zealand – with the number of passenger arrivals set to almost double by the 2011/2012 season.