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Kiwis of all shapes and persuasions – including one of New Zealand’s endangered breeds – have been lining up to see Prince William in action during his first official tour down-under.
Prince William has expressed sadness on leaving New Zealand after a tour where he was treated as a chief by the Māori people, immersed in local culture, and became the first royal to have an official visit tracked on social networking sites.
A long awaited new conservation experience has opened, where visitors will have the chance to get up close and personal with New Zealand’s iconic native bird – the kiwi.
New Plymouth’s Pukekura Park, one of New Zealand’s best known gardens of national significance, is about to become a sparkling wonderland for the annual TSB Bank Festival of Lights.
The first rounds of judging are complete and the cream of creativity is again preparing to dazzle audiences at New Zealand’s famous Montana World of WearableArt (WOW) Awards Show.
The world’s top buskers are lining up for a festival that promises to lift spirits in Christchurch, and get 2011 underway on a positive note for the earthquake-torn region.
One of the founders of bungy jumping, New Zealand entrepreneur Henry van Asch has been honoured in the Queen’s Birthday awards for his services to tourism.
While it's all about fun, the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival – rated one of the world's top 10 'must-see' festivals – has also revealed a serious side as a major money spinner.
Queenstown, New Zealand’s picturesque South Island resort, has been voted third best city by a global travel and leisure magazine.
Queenstown – New Zealand’s adventure capital – is gearing up for a cycling event of alpine proportions this Easter.