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New Zealanders are renowned for their ingenuity but one Kiwi has capped off the ‘No. 8 wire’ mentality with a giant sculpture that’s likely to break a Guinness World Record.
Rugby World Cup 2011 will be a chance to experience and relive New Zealand’s rich rugby heritage with a series of REAL New Zealand Festival nostalgic exhibitions and events surrounding the tournament.
Tourism New Zealand’s Giant Rugby Ball is scoring major attention at Sydney Harbour, where it has provided the backdrop for the All Blacks and Wallabies’ pre-match photos prior to Saturday’s Tri-Nations final.
Emirates has been named the official airline for the next Rugby World Cup to be held in New Zealand in 2011.
Ticket sales for Rugby World Cup 2011 have already exceeded expectations and with still nine months to go until kick off, New Zealand can count on an influx of at least 85,000 international visitors.
Night skies above New Zealand’s biggest city will glow with the colours of the world, as Sky City’s Sky Tower lights up to welcome 20 teams for the Rugby World Cup.
It’s only four days until the seventh Rugby World Cup kicks-off in Auckland on Friday (09.09.2011), and rugby fever is kicking in all over New Zealand.
It’s the news rugby fans all over the world have been waiting for – 2011 Rugby World Cup global online ticket sales have been announced.
Three of the five Rugby World Cup pool matches that were to have been held in Christchurch, but have had to be moved because of the February earthquake, will remain in the South Island.
True fans believe that rugby is art, so it's no surprise to find that the game has also inspired some significant new art installations for Rugby World Cup 2011.