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The 2010 ski season’s first snow dump has landed in New Zealand – at the peak of the popular Canterbury ski area at Mt Hutt.
Whale watching and the study of New Zealand’s diverse marine life is a major tourist attraction and a national pastime, but come winter the recreational activity takes on a more serious note.
Queenstown Winter Festival – the biggest winter party this side of the equator – lights up on Friday night (26.06.09).
Wine and food lovers are getting ready for one of New Zealand’s longest-running premier food and wine events – the Marlborough Wine Festival.
Wine guru Robert Parker has accorded his top five-star recognition to five New Zealand wineries.
Toad, Badger, Rat and Mole are to be brought to life by Weta Workshop of ‘Wellywood’ in a big-screen adaptation of 'The Wind in the Willows'.
Prince William first found his feet in New Zealand as a tiny tot on a royal tour with his parents, now he's set to mark another royal milestone on New Zealand soil.
Staff at a Christchurch, New Zealand, wildlife park are mourning the loss of the “Christmas miracle” kiwi chick that they'd painstakingly hatched and hand-reared for the past three weeks.
New Zealand’s biggest eco-tourism development, Karori Sanctuary in Wellington, has a new name – Zealandia - a further step towards returning a significant part of the nation’s capital to its pre-human state.
Global foodies will head to New Zealand’s western fringe this weekend to sharpen their tastebuds on the culinary wild side at the legendary Hokitika Wildfoods Festival (13 – 15 March).