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Two of the rarest birds in the world have announced their retirement and are moving house so they can spend their twilight years in the comfort of Willowbank Wildlife Reserve in Christchurch.
Visitors will soon have a choice of routes when strolling along the scenic shores of Lake Wanaka – with the opening of three new river and lakeside walking tracks.
An award-winning American travel writer on a ‘luggage free’ journey around the world touched down in Queenstown this week – the last international port of call on his five-week whirlwind ‘no baggage challenge’.
The New Zealand Cycle Trail project has entered a momentous stage of development with final funding approved this week for the last of the 18 ‘Great Rides’ that will form the nationwide cycle network.
Auckland’s new look Eden Park, which has just undergone a three-year, multi-million dollar upgrade for Rugby World Cup 2011, will open its gates on 10.10.10.
Auckland Airport has picked up a significant global marketing award – at the prestigious World Routes Airport Marketing Awards, held in Canada this week.
Smelly kiwis and other whiffy native birds would be better protected if they used deodorant, according to a Canterbury biological scientist looking into predator-prone New Zealand species.
An Indian design using interlacing merino wool felt, has taken the top award at New Zealand’s world-renowned Montana World of WearableArt (WOW) in Wellington.
A Kiwi adventure ride company has been given a US$1 million grant by internet giant Google to develop a human-powered transport system to take to the world.
An old black and white photo of the very first All Blacks test match in New Zealand has been discovered among a treasure trove of turn-of-the-century images in a Waikanae family estate.