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New Zealand’s largest international tourism event TRENZ opens in Auckland next week (24.05.2010), with new products to tempt the world’s travel and tourism industry.
The 2010 ski season’s first snow dump has landed in New Zealand – at the peak of the popular Canterbury ski area at Mt Hutt.
Japanese tourists, who joined locals in a fun run through a remote New Zealand kauri forest, were helping to celebrate a burgeoning friendship between two different cultures.
New Zealand’s national cycleway project is off to an exciting start – with the first of seven ‘quickstart’ projects launching in July.
Replicas of New Zealand’s quirky Yellow Treehouse may soon be seen all over the world.
Chocoholics are smacking their lips in anticipation of a Kiwi food festival that’s become an annual family favourite – Dunedin’s Cadbury Chocolate Carnival.
Rugby fans keen for an authentic experience while visiting New Zealand for Rugby World Cup 2011 can sign up for some home-grown Kiwi hospitality.
Whale Watch Kaikoura has won a second international accolade – in the Tourism for Tomorrow Awards announced in Beijing today (26.05.2010).
Auckland has been rated as one of the best cities in the world to live in, according to Mercer's 2010 Worldwide Quality of Living Survey.
A cold blast over New Zealand’s South Island is bringing snow to low levels and dumping snow on key resorts, just days before the first ski field opens.