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Travel media and operators not at New Zealand’s largest international tourism business event TRENZ will be able to keep up with an internet blog that will be coming live from this website.
Suspended 10 metres up a giant redwood tree and struggling to cope with a flood of bookings, New Zealand’s world-first Yellow Treehouse restaurant opened for business today (9 Jan 2009).
Winning the bid to host America’s top travel writers for their annual conference in 2011 is a coup for New Zealand tourism, Associate Minister of Tourism Dr Jonathan Coleman announced today.
Māori New Year celebrations launched in New Zealand at the weekend with a hugely successful gourmet hangi that tickled traditional taste buds, and may have changed attitudes towards the customary Māori feast forever.
Tourists at the North Auckland beach resort of Paihia were among the first to take up the offer of free video postcards recording New Zealand travel raves for family and friends back home.
A gourmet extravaganza organised by New Zealand celebrity chef Peter Gordon, and involving 13 of the world’s top chefs, has raised NZ$160,000 for the Leukaemia & Blood Foundation (LBF).
While financial swings have prompted caution and reserve in some industries, it seems New Zealand adventure-seekers are keener than ever to take the plunge and enjoy an adrenalin high.
The search is on for locations for Peter Jackson's new movie epic, The Hobbit.
America’s reality TV star, Jason Mesnick and his partner Molly Malaney of The Bachelor fame, have become engaged during a romantic return visit to New Zealand.
America’s popular reality TV show bachelor says he’s found true love in New Zealand – and he’s not just talking about his quest for a female companion.