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More than 4000 young Catholics are visiting New Zealand as part of an international pilgrimage to Australia to see Pope Benedict XVI for World Youth Day 2008.
A New Zealander's do-it-yourself attitude has landed him a place in the finals at this year's Saatchi & Saatchi World Changing Ideas Award.
Traditional and contemporary Maori kai and ‘outside the square’ wildfood are the focus of Kai in the Bay, a new indigenous food festival set in the Hawke’s Bay region of the North Island.
An Indian design using interlacing merino wool felt, has taken the top award at New Zealand’s world-renowned Montana World of WearableArt (WOW) in Wellington.
Shrek the New Zealand sheep that lived a hermit’s life in South Island high country and died an international celebrity, is likely to find a distinguished resting place at Te Papa – Museum of New Zealand.
New Zealand’s national museum, Te Papa in Wellington has notched up 15 million visitors since opening 10 years ago.
Beach lovers can bid a final hurrah to summer with two challenging outdoor events, based entirely around the sand and surf of 90 Mile Beach, in New Zealand’s Far North.
Two ancient trees, both celebrities in their respective countries and with twin tales of cultural significance, have been united by a unique tourism initiative between New Zealand and Japan.
New Zealand’s reputation as one of the world’s top surfing spots has been future-proofed by new legislation that protects the country’s most famous breaks.
Wintry conditions are creating a spectacular natural phenomenon at an iconic New Zealand tourist destination.