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Joy and solemn ceremony brought an epic 136-year journey to an end this week when a treasured Māori wharenui or carved meeting house was reopened in its rightful New Zealand home.
One of New Zealand’s rising stars in the wine industry is tapping in to a set of multi million dollar taste buds to help promote its brand.
A spectacular multimedia experience opening on September 27 crowns the 10th birthday celebrations of Te Papa Tongarewa, New Zealand’s national museum.
A vintage motorbike once worked on by Kiwi motorcycling legend Burt Munro, of 'The World’s Famous Indian' fame, and owned by a fellow speedster, is now part of the décor in an Auckland café.
Moa bones and a Māori adze head discovered on an historic building site in Auckland are being heralded as highly significant archaeological finds for New Zealand.
A New Zealand CD only audible to dogs is set to get tails wagging around the world.
Two multi-talented New Zealand Māori artists are about to make their mark in the US – by becoming artists-in-residence at a prestigious Washington university.
History has been created with one of the largest pieces of Māori art being gifted to China by New Zealand Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism, John Key.
Washington DC is in for a living experience of Māori culture when a New Zealand exhibition on whales opens on Wednesday (15 October) at the National Geographic Museum.
Māori culture teams from all over New Zealand are polishing their performance arts as they ready themselves to compete at the country’s biggest kapa haka festival next month.