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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.
Male tuatara could face a lonely future as global warming continues to affect New Zealand’s living dinosaurs.
A YouTube video of a kleptomaniac octopus is taking the world by storm – just days after it stole a Wellington man’s new underwater video camera.
Tauranga's little blue penguins are heading back to their off-shore island homes.
Luxury travel may seem out of the question for some during the current economic crisis, but a New Zealand deal could see one lucky couple enjoying NZ$33,000 of indulgence for just NZ$1.
Rugby World Cup will leave an ongoing heritage in New Zealand long after this year’s event is over – thanks to a native tree planting project involving some of the country’s legendary rugby players.
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.