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A 35-year dream comes to life with the opening of the completed Te Araroa Trail – a new 3000km hiking adventure that travels the length of New Zealand.
Tauranga's little blue penguins are heading back to their off-shore island homes.
When New Zealand’s pohutukawa tree lights up with crimson blooms, Kiwis know that summer’s here and the festive season is just around the corner.
New Zealand’s luxury lodges are basking in a series of international accolades – lining up with the world’s best to demonstrate how the local luxury accommodation sector continues to punch above its weight.
With three cycle ways completed and more trails well on the way to completion, New Zealand’s national cycle trail project is on track to provide a summer full of choices for cyclists.
Kiwi adventurer Erik Bradshaw has made New Zealand alpine history as the first person to ski the length of the Southern Alps.
International travel authority 'Lonely Planet' has chosen New Zealand’s Southern Lakes region as one of the world’s ‘Top 10 Regions to visit in 2012’.
Kicked into touch on home ground for the first time – in Auckland’s Queen’s Wharf Rugby World Cup fan zone – Tourism New Zealand’s giant rugby ball has broken all previous visitor records.
Sir Richard Branson – in New Zealand to catch the finals of the Rugby World Cup – has been seen out on Auckland waters testing an innovative form of Kiwi transport.
Auckland’s streets are teaming with Gallic and Kiwi pride in anticipation of the Rugby World Cup final as the two rugby hemispheres unite in a weekend to remember.