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When New Zealand’s pohutukawa tree lights up with crimson blooms, Kiwis know that summer’s here and the festive season is just around the corner.
As Scotland prepares to meet England in their Rugby World Cup pool clash at Eden Park tomorrow night (1.10.2011), the skirl of Scottish pipes hit a high note in Auckland this week.
New Zealand wineries are in for a bumper season, with this year’s grape harvest expected to produce record-volume crops.
The rarest Kiwis in the world have launched their breeding season by producing a record number of eggs.
The latest in a long list of generous donations for the Christchurch earthquake relief fund has come from a bottle of French Burgundy that sold for NZ$12,500 in a New Zealand charity auction.
Wild rats tricked into following their noses could leave New Zealand birds very chirpy.
A rare Japanese Zero fighter and a German wing walker promise dramatic action at the 2010 Warbirds over Wanaka international air show in the picturesque lake district of New Zealand’s South Island.
Tourists and professional whale watchers on New Zealand whale watching safaris have been treated to some recent rare sightings as the winter whale season swings into action.
Scientists surveying ‘china shops’ - or untouched underwater areas - of Fiordland, New Zealand are excited by the discovery of some new and fragile species they believe will add strength to the area being recognised as a world heritage park.
A rare English medal dug up in the back yard of a New Zealand home, will travel back to London as part of an exhibition.