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New Zealand’s exclusive Eagles Nest retreat has won recognition as the world’s best ‘luxury coastal hotel’ – at the 2010 World Luxury Hotel Awards in Thailand.
Queen's Birthday weekend could see New Zealand’s first major skifield open for the 2009 ski season – Mt Hutt in the South Island is gearing up to launch two weeks ahead of schedule, for the first time in 10 years.
Matariki, the unique cultural festival celebrating the dawning of Māori New Year, will start early this year with the Pleiades star formation due to first appear over New Zealand on 4 June.
Snow has been falling thick and fast in New Zealand in an unseasonably early arrival that spells good news for winter sports enthusiasts.
Usually it’s the early bird that catches the worm, but New Zealand is offering an early chance to catch the bird - with an invitation for visitors to travel to a remote destination for a rare meeting.
New Zealand's focus is turning to cooler times as the country’s top skiers ready for the Winter Olympics and the ski industry begins its early-bird marketing campaign.
Historic culture-rich Gisborne - on New Zealand's remote North Island East Coast - is preparing to host the world’s biggest kapa haka performing arts festival Te Matatini, in early 2011.
A refurbished Eden Park reopened yesterday (10.10.2010), and more than 18,000 rugby fans helped mark the huge milestone for the historic Auckland sports ground.
A creative and ambitious project that combines indulgent foods with horticulture, promises to tempt visitors to New Zealand’s next major garden festival – the 2011 Ellerslie International Flower Show.
Sustainability will be on show at New Zealand’s premier garden festival, the 2010 Ellerslie International Flower Show in Christchurch.