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Visitors to New Zealand should listen hard next week as Māori speakers and enthusiastic novices throughout the country join in Māori Language Week.
Kiwi pop star Ladyhawke has continued her meteoric flight to international fame with nomination in the 2010 Brit Awards – the British version of the Grammys.
Kiwi pop star Ladyhawke was the leading light at the 2009 New Zealand Music Awards in Auckland swooping home with six Tuis including album and single of the year.
He is probably the world's best-known cyclist, and now seven-times Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong is going to test his expertise on the landscapes of New Zealand.
Dunedin will transform into the ‘city of lights’ on 26 June 2010 – when more than 250 hand-made lanterns line the streets marking New Zealand’s midwinter.
A major touring exhibition by Australian sculptor Ron Mueck will open at Christchurch Art Gallery next month, marking the first time the London-based artist has shown in New Zealand.
The clock is ticking for Rugby World Cup fans as the ballots for tickets to the semi-finals and final gets ready to close on 5pm, Friday (08.10.10).
Sir Edmund Hillary has been commemorated by the Queen and important dignitaries in a memorial service at Windsor Castle near London.
Wellington’s culinary star is about to burn even brighter – with one of the world’s most prestigious cooking schools opening a branch in the city centre late next year.
A new Tourism New Zealand campaign that hits US television screens this week is promising American travellers that a New Zealand holiday will give them their life back.