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Americans have a better idea of where New Zealand is but have questions about the local lingo after New Zealand Prime Minister John Key’s guest appearance on David Letterman’s Late Show.
A Kiwi online social network dubbed ‘Facebook for five-year-olds’ is taking off overseas - with more than 21,000 members globally while still in its test stage.
A former mayor turned environmental entrepreneur has been named as one of 50 people who could save the world.
A young Kiwi photographer from Lake Wanaka has become the only New Zealander and sole female finalist in a prestigious international photography competition.
Thirty-three years after his father became the first person to row across the Tasman, Shaun Quincey arrived on New Zealand’s 90 Mile beach - completing a 54-day row from Australia.
New Zealand is in a proud position in the lead up to the world rowing championships at Lake Karapiro this October – after major success at the World Cup regatta in Lucerne.
Seven of the best-known names in Kiwi rugby will act as ambassadors for New Zealand during Rugby World Cup 2011.
New Zealand Olympic medalist Nick Willis has scored another career highlight by winning the Fifth Avenue Mile street race in New York.
A satellite tracking device invented by an innovative Kiwi in the farming back-blocks of the central North Island, has been picked up by international aviation giant Cessna.
Europe may be the setting for the 33rd America’s Cup currently underway in Valencia but New Zealand will be deep in the heart of the action – both on and off the water.