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Two young Kiwi lawyers who’ve spent nearly 12 months travelling the world playing a different golf course every day – are on the home straight and will return to New Zealand next month.
He is probably the world's best-known cyclist, and now seven-times Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong is going to test his expertise on the landscapes of New Zealand.
The first of New Zealand’s ‘Great Rides’ – a national cycle trail project showcasing some of the country’s most spectacular cycling destinations – will open tomorrow (20.11.2010).
While the world speculates on the forthcoming royal wedding, the New Zealand tourism industry has plenty to say about why Prince William and Kate Middleton should opt for a Kiwi-style honeymoon.
New Zealand’s largest off-grid solar power system has been activated on the island of Motutapu in Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf – another chapter in the sanctuary’s environmental success story.
Scientists plan to search a lake in New Zealand’s volcanic region for traces of the long lost Pink and White Terraces - famed as the eighth wonder of the world before being buried a volcanic eruption.
A New Zealand short film that tells a tale from the WWI trenches has won top honours – for the second time – in an international festival for animation and digital media.
The Martin Jetpack, a New Zealand invention that is close to realising man’s dream of conquering personal flight, has made 'Time' magazine’s Top 50 Best Inventions List.
Re-enacting one of New Zealand’s historic mountaineering missions will pit old against new when two intrepid Kiwi adventurers set off next week to tackle Aoraki Mount Cook in the Southern Alps.
A camera has captured a rare close encounter with nature – a spyhopping dolphin in New Zealand waters that has created one tourist’s never-to-be-forgotten travel experience.