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It’s springtime down-under, and a little piece of New Zealand has just sprung up on Australia’s most famous stretch of waterfront real estate.
With the 2010 FIS Snowboard and Freestyle Junior World Champs over, elite junior winter sports athletes from around the world are packing their bags – but many will leave with high hopes of returning.
Love is in the air for Conservation Week 2010 – themed ‘Love New Zealand’ – and conservation’s noisiest spokesperson is busy tweeting out the message.
The inaugural FIS Snowboard & Freestyle Junior World Championships closed after 11 days of successful competition in New Zealand's Southern Alps.
An emotional meeting between two ‘first nation’ peoples stole the show at the opening of New Zealand’s Giant Rugby Ball in Sydney – the iconic white ball’s final international appearance.
Air New Zealand has swept up another prestigious award – chosen by the readers of 'Condé Nast Traveller'.
Turning sewage into electricity and kiwifruit into plastic spoons might seem like the stuff of science fiction, but it’s all in a day’s work for Rotorua research institute Scion.
Some of Wellington’s best chefs will be popping across the ditch for a whirlwind culinary jaunt, to give Australians a taste of Kiwi cuisine.
International travellers bound for Christchurch, New Zealand, are being reassured that 98% of tourism operators are open for business following Saturday’s serious earthquake.
Tourism New Zealand’s Giant Rugby Ball is scoring major attention at Sydney Harbour, where it has provided the backdrop for the All Blacks and Wallabies’ pre-match photos prior to Saturday’s Tri-Nations final.