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Auckland has been rated as one of the best cities in the world to live in, according to Mercer's 2010 Worldwide Quality of Living Survey.
Forget the current ‘man drought’, an Auckland luxury hotel has come up with a new strategy for Kiwi single girls feeling a little lonely around St Valentine’s Day.
One of New Zealand’s most respected rugby stars – former All Black captain and coach, Fred “The Needle” Allen – celebrated his 90th birthday at a civic reception in Auckland.
Auckland Airport has picked up a significant global marketing award – at the prestigious World Routes Airport Marketing Awards, held in Canada this week.
Foreigners keen to spend their gap year in New Zealand are finding favour with Kiwi families, especially in rural areas where child minders and day care facilities can be at a premium.
He’s just ticked off his 101st birthday celebration, and New Zealand health pioneer, Claude Stratford, is still a walking advertisement for the natural bee products he’s made world famous.
Re-enacting one of New Zealand’s historic mountaineering missions will pit old against new when two intrepid Kiwi adventurers set off next week to tackle Aoraki Mount Cook in the Southern Alps.
The vintage cars are cranked and the feather boas dusted off as one of the world’s most unique Art Deco cities – Napier, in New Zealand’s Hawkes Bay region – prepares to celebrate its claim to fame.
New Zealand’s Art Deco capital of Napier, in Hawke’s Bay, celebrates its annual festival of origin in style in February with an event calendar that features boas and balls, picnics and parades.
The change of seasons marks a special time in Arrowtown's calendar - the Arrowtown Autumn Festival commemorating the town’s pioneering history and natural beauty.