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The chance to see kiwi in their native surroundings has become a new attraction for tourists to Auckland with the release of 15 little spotted kiwi on to Motuihe Island in the Hauraki Gulf.
Skiing in New Zealand will be an attractive option for international visitors this 2009 ski season with the exchange rate making ticket prices up to 40% cheaper than last winter.
The eventual return of New Zealand native tuatara to wild habitat in the South Island has been brought a step closer with the arrival of 15 of the baby reptiles at Orokonui Ecosanctuary near Dunedin.
New Zealand's climate offers more than Australia's when it comes to a long life span, according to new research into frogs.
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.
As the world’s first ‘twitchhiker’ Paul Smith neared his goal of travelling around the world in 30 days relying solely on the hospitality of the Twitter community, we tracked his movements south through New Zealand.
New Zealand’s art and history are highlighted in a new book to be released in Wellington this week.
A rare home town performance by Kiwi comedy duo Flight of the Conchords has raised $70,000 for Jemaine Clement’s old high school in the small Wairarapa town of Masterton.
New Zealand’s former prime minister Helen Clark has been named as the next head of the United Nations Development Programme - one of the top jobs in the world body.
New Zealand takes an official step this weekend towards winter 2009 when clocks are turned back an hour as the country says goodbye to daylight saving.