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The countdown is on ... from tomorrow (9.09.2010) there's only one year to go until Rugby World Cup 2011, and balloted sales for prized tickets are about to enter the second phase.
The first rounds of judging are complete and the cream of creativity is again preparing to dazzle audiences at New Zealand’s famous Montana World of WearableArt (WOW) Awards Show.
Christchurch’s tourism community is working together to make sure guests are well looked after as the city recovers slowly from a major earthquake which hit on Saturday morning.
New Zealand has won a prestigious travel award from Lonely Planet, the world’s most famous guidebook – in the inaugural ‘Lonely Planet Awards’.
Rugby fans in New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup 2011 can expect to experience the Real New Zealand - as well as the world’s third biggest sporting event.
The clocks are ticking and the final countdown has begun – there’s just one year to go until New Zealand stages its biggest-ever event, the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
With Christchurch and the Canterbury region still reeling from last Saturday’s major earthquake, it’s heartening to hear that New Zealand and Australia have just shared first place in an international survey of charitable acts.
Organisers of Rugby World Cup 2011 have passed the one-year-to go-goal by ticking a number of boxes proving they’re on target to stage New Zealand’s largest-ever event.
A New Zealand Māori tour company specialising in unique Kiwi experiences has won a prestigious global award.
New Zealand’s Department of Conservation (DOC) has picked up a major international award for two conservation projects.