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Teenage Rotorua golfer, Danny Lee, has become New Zealand’s highest paid athlete after signing a lucrative deal with International Management Group (IMG).
In a rare and very special move the public are being invited to get up close and personal with one of New Zealand’s most colourful and rare birds.
Moko the celebrity dolphin who became a world famous tourist attraction on New Zealand’s East Coast and Bay of Plenty, appears to have made his final curtain call.
The discovery of a new and very deep cave near Nelson in New Zealand's South Island is being hailed as the biggest news in the history of New Zealand caving.
One of the world’s best known comic strip characters, Dennis the Menace, was inspired by a mechanic who lives in a small Hawke’s Bay town in rural New Zealand.
Hot on the heels of Rugby World Cup, and a bag full of international tourism accolades from 2011, New Zealand is set to stay in the international spotlight for 2012.
An 86-year-old Wellington nun, who set up a community garden scheme, has been voted New Zealand's Gardener of the Year.
Great news for anyone who has ever wanted to walk like an animal ... special effects award-winners Weta Workshop has developed Weta Legs.
Scientists say they have discovered 70 million-year-old dinosaur footprints in the South Island region of Nelson – the first evidence of the pre-historic monsters’ existence in New Zealand.
Chinese tourists flying to New Zealand will soon have increased and easier access with a new air service between Guangzhou, in southern China, and Auckland.