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Nelson, the arty New Zealand city that brought WOW to the world, is staging a new edgy, creative event called WASA! – Wild and Sneaky Art Festival.
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.
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 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.
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.
Auckland Airport has picked up a significant global marketing award – at the prestigious World Routes Airport Marketing Awards, held in Canada this week.
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.
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.
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’.
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.