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New Zealand’s South Island has been included in the world’s top eight fishing destinations by Singapore Airlines’ in-flight magazine.
After three days of extreme exploits, American freeskier Ted Davenport, of Aspen (Colorado), has raced away with top honours at the World Heli Challenge in New Zealand.
Southland’s wild and sparsely populated landscapes have been highly rated by Australian magazine Travel + Leisure in a new top 20 of emerging destinations.
Iconic South Island rugby fields are the subject of a photography exhibition at Christchurch International Airport that will be on show during Rugby World Cup 2011.
New Zealand’s top achieving sports women have been honoured in the country’s premier awards with world champion shot-putter Valerie Vili and the Evers-Swindell rowing twins taking the main prizes.
2009 wraps up a positive year for film in New Zealand with the movers and shakers of the movie world shining the spotlight on everything the country has to offer from location to expertise.
Snow sport enthusiasts are taking to the Canterbury hills to make the most of spring snows and escape the rumblings following the recent earthquake.
On the crest of a bumper winter sports season, fresh snow falls and clear days are providing good conditions for skiers and snowboarders as New Zealand shifts into spring gear.
Legendary former Springbok rugby player Percy Montgomery has taken a huge leap of faith in New Zealand where yesterday (6.07.2010) he jumped off Auckland’s iconic Sky Tower.
New Zealand’s renowned coffee culture is being popularised in Britain with one of the world’s largest café chains adding the Kiwi ‘flat white’ to its menu.