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Male tuatara could face a lonely future as global warming continues to affect New Zealand’s living dinosaurs.
New Zealand’s giant inflatable rugby ball which became a major tourist attraction at the Rugby World Cup in Paris last year, has scored a new position beside another famous landmark -this time at London’s Tower Bridge.
New Zealand’s commitment to environmental sustainability has paid off with the country scoring seventh place out of more than 140 countries for its effort.
A New Zealander will try to break the world record for the most bungy jumps in 24 hours when he leaps off the Auckland Harbour Bridge next month.
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.
Queenstown, New Zealand’s picturesque South Island resort, has been voted third best city by a global travel and leisure magazine.
New Zealand’s national Māori language week – te wiki o te reo Māori - will get a major boost next week with the launch of Google Māori.
A New Zealand / British team is to compete in the first race to the South Pole since pioneers Amundsen and Scott reached the geographic landmark almost 100 years ago.
A British expatriate couple has made double New Zealand history by getting married on the capital city’s cable car in what’s thought to be the country’s shortest marriage ceremony.
British stand up comedian and TV ‘Chef’ Lenny Henry and his ‘Vicar of Dibley’ wife Dawn French are considering retirement in New Zealand.