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Canada’s snowboarding elite took some time out from the 100% Pure New Zealand Winter Games to relax Queenstown-style – jumping off bridges and careering through canyons.
Conservation Week 2009 promises some close encounters of the environmental kind as New Zealand celebrates its unique wildlife, natural areas and historic places with many nationwide events.
Canada’s winter athletes carried off the team prize as the 100% Pure New Zealand Winter Games closed yesterday (30.08.09) at Coronet Peak, in Queenstown.
Five rare kākāpō chicks – the last from the 2009 breeding season – have been released from their temporary outdoor pens, and are now roaming free on an island sanctuary in New Zealand’s deep south.
One of the world’s greatest migrations across the Pacific Ocean is to be re-enacted using ancient seafaring skills and a fleet of traditional canoes, currently being built in New Zealand.
When it comes to gardens, New Zealand’s Taranaki region has more to show off than most as many public and private gardens ready for the 2009 Taranaki Rhododendron & Garden Festival.
For the sixth year in a row, New Zealand has been ranked in the world’s top five best destinations by readers of prestigious Condé Nast Traveller magazine.
On the crest of a bumper winter sports season, fresh snow falls and clear days are providing good conditions for skiers and snowboarders as New Zealand shifts into spring gear.
Cruising the protected blue waters of New Zealand’s island-studded Bay of Islands has taken on a new dimension with the arrival of the cruise ship 'Ipipiri'.
Two plucky young New Zealanders have driven their way into the record books after crossing Cook Strait – the passage between the North and South Islands – in a rather unlikely amphibian van.