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A Māori cultural expert who worked with Clint Eastwood on his latest movie 'Invictus' was humbled by the respect shown towards the haka and the New Zealand All Blacks.
Sir Edmund Hillary’s Everest conquering ice axe will go on display at the Auckland Museum tomorrow (10 January 2009) marking the first anniversary of his death.
An aged Land Rover lumbering over a rugged farm track with a yapping sheepdog on the back is a familiar sight in New Zealand but the image is getting a new twist from a couple of intrepid ex-pats.
Some of the world’s most famous paintings on tour outside of Europe for the first time in history are scheduled to make a stop at Te Papa – New Zealand’s national museum.
Pupils around Auckland are getting the chance for hands-on experience with renewable energy.
Looking for a winter warmer? One of New Zealand’s most popular food festivals, Wellington on a Plate, is back for a second course with mouth-watering culinary offerings to please every palate.
The England Cricket team has arrived in Christchurch, New Zealand for their comprehensive two month tour of the country.
After a 100-year absence, one of New Zealand’s nationally endangered species – the South Island tieke or saddleback – is returning to live on the South Island mainland.
History will be repeating itself when world renowned botanist David Bellamy and a flock of endangered kōkako songbirds return to the New Zealand bush in September to commemorate an environmental milestone.
Kakapo, tuatara, kiwi and other unique New Zealand wildlife will be the stars in an episode of a major new television series by British writer and actor Stephen Fry.