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Offshore ticket sales indicate that New Zealand will welcome 95,000 international visitors – a rise of 10,000 from earlier predictions – for Rugby World Cup 2011, according to the Tournament organisers.
A New Zealand wildlife experience offering a close encounter with marine mammals in their natural environment has won a prestigious international award for responsible tourism.
New Zealand’s landscapes will once again star on the big screen, this time in the most expensive Dutch film ever made. The film, Bride Flight, will be released in the Netherlands this October.
Leading New Zealand sculptor Chris Booth has been invited to create a major UK£12 million underground feature for England's renowned Eden Project.
New Zealand has had more short films chosen for Cannes than any other country in the world, apart from France where the world famous film festival is currently in session.
As winter snow time approaches, New Zealand’s ski areas are already busy preparing for the 2010 ski season with many new developments designed to enhance the Kiwi ski holiday experience.
While New Zealand bathes in sunshine and high temperatures, winter sports enthusiasts have cooler conditions in mind.
A book giveaway in the Netherlands has meant a book about New Zealand is now owned by nearly one million Dutch people.
New Zealand students have proved they are amongst the brightest and most articulate in the world by winning the World Schools' Debating Championship in Athens, Greece.
Six of New Zealand’s best surf breaks will get national park status if a new coastal policy proposed by the Department of Conservation goes ahead.