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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.
It’s official – the small Taranaki, New Zealand town of Eltham now holds the record for the world’s biggest scone.
A young Croatian fashion designer has won the iD Emerging Designer Award – held in Dunedin, in New Zealand’s South Island, as part of 2010 iD Fashion Week.
Kakapo, tuatara, kiwi and other unique New Zealand wildlife will be the stars in an episode of a major new television series by British writer and actor Stephen Fry.
History will be repeating itself when world renowned botanist David Bellamy and a flock of endangered kōkako songbirds return to the New Zealand bush in September to commemorate an environmental milestone.
After a 100-year absence, one of New Zealand’s nationally endangered species – the South Island tieke or saddleback – is returning to live on the South Island mainland.