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A two-hour test flight in New Zealand skies has been hailed as a “significant milestone” in the development of sustainable air fuels.
The inaugural FIS Snowboard & Freestyle Junior World Championships closed after 11 days of successful competition in New Zealand's Southern Alps.
New Zealand’s largest off-grid solar power system has been activated on the island of Motutapu in Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf – another chapter in the sanctuary’s environmental success story.
A Kiwi innovator who wants to use giant kites soaring a kilometre into the sky to harness cheap and green wind power has hauled in a NZ$13 million (US$10 million) investment from Internet giant Google.
A super-sized Māori haka, staged simultaneously in New Zealand’s four main cities, will unite Kiwis in sending a powerful message of strength and support for the people of Christchurch.
Emirates has announced its Superjumbo Airbus A380 plane will fly on the trans-Tasman route to Auckland next year.
New Zealand has become the centre of the surfing world with the official opening of the 2010 Quiksilver ISA World Junior Surfing Championships at Piha beach on Auckland’s west coast.
From New York to New Zealand, speculation has arisen that Mr Monopoly is checking out Queenstown in person.
New Zealand tourism operator Whale Watch Kaikoura has been named as a finalist for a major international award at the 2010 Tourism in Tomorrow Awards, to be held in Beijing on 26 May.
New Zealand’s Auckland Town Hall has resonated to some sweet sounds in its 100-year history, and the latest buzz involves a group of busy locals who seem set to stick around for a while.