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For art lovers after a unique hotel stay, a few nights at Wellington’s iconic Museum Hotel could fit the bill.
New Zealand’s capital city of Wellington with its hilly terrain and challenging winds has given the world’s top unicyclists some extra excitement during their 10-day championships.
One of New Zealand’s best known entertainers, Rob Guest, has died in Melbourne.
An 80-year-old New Zealand grandmother who spends summer riding the waves at Piha beach – one of Auckland’s wild west coast beaches – has no intention of giving up her passion for surfing.
A quirky New Zealand attraction – Stuart Landsborough’s Puzzling World, on the shores of Lake Wanaka – has landed in an international list of weird tourist attractions.
The picturesque town of Lake Wanaka in New Zealand’s South Island has been listed as one of the world’s 10 most romantic places to have a holiday.
Wanaka will welcome more than 300 top international junior snow sports athletes for the 2010 FIS Junior World Championships which begin this week (19 - 31 August).
Visitors will soon have a choice of routes when strolling along the scenic shores of Lake Wanaka – with the opening of three new river and lakeside walking tracks.
Pacific maritime history came to life on Auckland’s Waitemata Harbour today (15.4.11) as a fleet of traditional waka prepared to set sail on a 27,000km ocean voyage.
Traditional Māori culture and 21st century New Zealand innovation have added a new dimension for rugby fans exploring Auckland’s waterfront at Waka Māori.