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A nest of tuatara eggs discovered at Wellington’s world-first wildlife reserve – the Karori Sanctuary – has conservation staff in a state of expectant excitement.
Move over Mel, the New Zealand town of Masterton has shown the Flight of the Conchords fan base is far more extensive than is portrayed on the comedy duo’s award winning television series.
Fine Hawke’s Bay wines will definitely be on the menu for musical legend Lionel Richie when he headlines at next year’s Mission Estate Winery Concert (February 28, 2009).
A major revegetation project at Cape Reinga, an ecological hotspot on the tip of New Zealand’s North Island, is returning the land to its natural state – seed by seed.
Kiwi skateboarder Rob Thomson has completed an epic solo skateboard journey through three continents that began in Switzerland and finished in Shanghai.
New Zealand’s natural beauty, Māori cultural experiences, small towns and main tourist centres have earned high praise in The Lonely Planet’s new guidebook released today.
International travel authority 'Lonely Planet' has chosen New Zealand’s Southern Lakes region as one of the world’s ‘Top 10 Regions to visit in 2012’.
Lonely Planet will release its first dedicated guidebook to New Zealand’s adventure-packed South Island in April 2009.
Famous Kiwis have chipped in to help paint a picture of their country for prospective tourists, by exposing their favourite haunts in the latest edition of 'Lonely Planet'.
New Zealand’s bar-tailed godwits, the world’s longest non-stop flying birds, are back home two weeks before expected, signalling an early start to spring.