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Nature lovers heading out into the New Zealand wild and keen to learn can now arm themselves with a comprehensive all-in-one guide to the native flora and fauna they encounter.
For the first time in 30,000 years, scientists have simulated Neanderthal voices – and it’s a similar sound to the New Zealand accent!
Nelson will be living up to its reputation as one of New Zealand’s most exciting artistic hubs when the Nelson Arts Festival hits town in October.
Nelson - in the north of New Zealand’s South Island - has reclaimed its title as the country’s sunniest spot having recorded more golden rays in 2009 than any other town.
International travel website TripAdvisor.com has ranked the New Zealand city of Nelson among the world’s most charming small towns.
The birthplace of New Zealand rugby – Nelson in the South Island – turned the clock back 141 years today (20.9.2011) with an authentic re-enactment of the first game.
Nelson, the arty New Zealand city that brought WOW to the world, is staging a new edgy, creative event called WASA! – Wild and Sneaky Art Festival.
It seems fatherhood has no age limit especially in the reptile community – an 111-year-old New Zealand tuatara has just become a Dad for the first time.
The Nevis Arc New Zealand’s latest extreme adventure activity, said to be the world’s highest swing, has been launched by bungy jumping pioneers, AJ Hackett Bungy.
When the New Zealand Māori rugby team runs out on to the field next week the players will be sporting a 100-year heritage on their shoulders – a new black jersey that recalls the team’s illustrious history.