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A New Zealand rugby club is calling for international rugby fans to ‘bring their boots’ to Wellington next year.
A Wellington artist has become the first Polynesian to have work acquired by The British Museum in London, with a painting of the famous explorer Captain James Cook who discovered New Zealand in 1769.
A playful family group of orcas are the latest holidaymakers to stop off in the deep blue waters of Queen Charlotte Sound, at the tip of New Zealand’s South Island.
New Zealand’s forthcoming ski season is shaping up to be another major success – with more flights, attractive deals and positive exchange rates adding impetus to the already strong Australian visitor market.
One of New Zealand’s great adventure expeditions of the late 1800s is being replicated by two top athletes.
An old black and white photo of the very first All Blacks test match in New Zealand has been discovered among a treasure trove of turn-of-the-century images in a Waikanae family estate.
A 93 year old movie, restored by Peter Jackson’s company, is screening in the lead up to ANZAC day on 25 April.
Penguin stars of ice athletics are playing the audience at Kelly Tarlton’s - Auckland’s family waterfront experience – showing off their ball-handling and feet-tapping skills.
A rare New Zealand penguin chick is happily back in the wild after turning up in the heart of Christchurch city - more than 10 kilometres from his coastal home.
Recreating Bluff’s famous paua shell house as an exhibit at Canterbury Museum in Christchurch has proved a resounding success with visitors giving 100 percent positive feedback.