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New Zealand will kick some good natured sporting rivalry into touch when Sydney welcomes Tourism New Zealand’s giant rugby ball next month (September 2010).
Motueka’s skies will swarm with some of the most amazing skydiving spectacles seen in New Zealand when the 2010 Good Vibes event is held from 18 - 22 August.
A pair of rugby-loving Brits will set off from London this weekend on an intrepid 18-month, 18-country journey to the New Zealand 2011 Rugby World Cup – on bicycles.
A New Zealand woman who lost her legs as a child has realised a long-held dream to become a mermaid thanks to Wellington-based film industry specialists, Weta Workshop.
Arts and entertainment movers and shakers will gather at the North Island lake resort of Taupo in May for Erupt – a festival inspired by the fiery elements of the region’s volcanic plateau.
When it comes to gardens, New Zealand’s Taranaki region has more to show off than most as many public and private gardens ready for the 2009 Taranaki Rhododendron & Garden Festival.
Taranaki, known as the garden of New Zealand, will honour its long standing reputation when the region’s annual Rhododendron and Garden Festival opens in October.
Tourists at the Tasman Glacier terminal face, in Aoraki Mount Cook national park, witnessed a three-metre high wave as a giant iceberg plunged from the glacier into the terminal lake on Tuesday (10.02.09).
A little bit of Beijing is getting a Kiwi makeover as New Zealand’s Olympic team prepares for the games.
Chefs and stallholders are planning to cook up a storm at this year’s annual Havelock Mussel Festival – a tasty celebration of the New Zealand green shell mussel.