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New Zealand designers are excited about new state of the art wool fabrics set to be showcased this month at Air New Zealand Fashion Week.
New Zealand's premier fashion event is to open up the runway and say 'Gidday' to Australian fashion designers for the first time.
Fans keen to keep track of the live action during Rugby World Cup 2011, will have plenty of options in Auckland with four official ‘fan zones’ covering the north, south, east and west of the region.
Aucklanders are enjoying a sailing extravaganza on and off the water - with the America’s Cup silver trophy in town along with many of the world’s top sailors who’ve competed for it.
With 283 days left to go until Rugby World Cup 2011, tickets for the world’s biggest rugby event are about to go on general sale.
The last of the tickets for Rugby World Cup 2011 have gone on sale and are going quickly as New Zealand continues to ramp up preparations for hosting the major event.
Auckland’s Sky Tower, the southern hemisphere’s tallest building, now has another claim to fame. It’s just set a new record for the largest number of fire-fighters wearing full apparatus, in a New Zealand building at one time, not fighting a fire.
Australian and American fire brigades are to take on their Kiwi counterparts in an unusual challenge that will see 349 firefighters in full kit racing to the top of Auckland’s Sky Tower.
New Zealand’s national cycleway project is off to an exciting start – with the first of seven ‘quickstart’ projects launching in July.
Rotorua’s world famous thermal activity has generated the first New Zealand Qualmark Green award.