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Auckland will host the solid gold Football World Cup trophy during a whistle-stop New Zealand visit on 27 April.
A tiny slice of New Zealand paradise is up for sale – an entire village for a cool $1 million.
New Zealand’s fabled Pink Terraces – one half of the long lost ‘eighth wonder of the world’ – have been found on the bottom of a volcanic lake near Rotorua.
New Zealand’s unique Hector’s and Maui’s dolphin populations will enjoy greater protection in four new marine mammal sanctuaries due to come into effect tomorrow (23 October 2008).
New Zealand’s wide open spaces and unique environment provide a mecca for freedom campers but tourists are being advised to check with the locals before pitching a tent or parking their campervan.
Caring for New Zealand’s natural environment so that it can be preserved for future generations is the focus of a new website encouraging best practice for holidaymakers pitching tents, or parking campervans or caravans.
Freefall fanatics from around the world are preparing to descend on Motueka – in the northern South Island – for New Zealand’s largest skydiving event.
Meet ‘Jeffree’ & ‘Freeona’ – two free spirits who’re on the road trip of a lifetime and are putting a new spin on the meaning of freewheeling through New Zealand on holiday.
On 14 July 1789 the people of Paris stormed the Bastille and now, 221 years later, the French are coming to do battle in Queenstown.
Sculptures made out of old goal posts from Eden Park in Auckland could become part of French / Kiwi rugby history if a symbolic ceremony planned during the Rugby World Cup next year goes ahead.