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New Zealand has long been considered a romantic destination for weddings, honeymooners and couples seeking seclusion, but this summer it seems there’s extra lovin’ in the air.
Lonely Planet will release its first dedicated guidebook to New Zealand’s adventure-packed South Island in April 2009.
Move over Mel, the New Zealand town of Masterton has shown the Flight of the Conchords fan base is far more extensive than is portrayed on the comedy duo’s award winning television series.
Luxury travel may seem out of the question for some during the current economic crisis, but a New Zealand deal could see one lucky couple enjoying NZ$33,000 of indulgence for just NZ$1.
A new Tourism New Zealand campaign that hits US television screens this week is promising American travellers that a New Zealand holiday will give them their life back.
Kiwi pop star Ladyhawke was the leading light at the 2009 New Zealand Music Awards in Auckland swooping home with six Tuis including album and single of the year.
Visitors to New Zealand should listen hard next week as Māori speakers and enthusiastic novices throughout the country join in Māori Language Week.
Five rare kākāpō chicks – the last from the 2009 breeding season – have been released from their temporary outdoor pens, and are now roaming free on an island sanctuary in New Zealand’s deep south.
New Zealand’s kākāpō recovery team has successfully returned the last four kākāpō chicks to their birthplace on Whenua Hou / Codfish Island this morning (10.07.09), marking a significant milestone for the 2009 breeding season.
A million Australians (and a few more) have jumped the ditch to experience the Kiwi landscape, culture and attractions in the past year.