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Fans keen to keep track of the live action during Rugby World Cup 2011, will have plenty of options in Auckland with four official ‘fan zones’ covering the north, south, east and west of the region.
They’re the most widely read travel guides in the world and now 'Lonely Planet' is upping the focus on New Zealand as a destination with four new books.
Kiwi style and creativity will take to the catwalks as New Zealand Fashion Week – the nation’s premier fashion event – celebrates its 10th birthday next month.
A creative and ambitious project that combines indulgent foods with horticulture, promises to tempt visitors to New Zealand’s next major garden festival – the 2011 Ellerslie International Flower Show.
Historic culture-rich Gisborne - on New Zealand's remote North Island East Coast - is preparing to host the world’s biggest kapa haka performing arts festival Te Matatini, in early 2011.
Millions of tonnes of glacial icebergs are providing a rare natural spectacle on the Tasman Glacier terminal lake, in New Zealand’s South Island.
It’s official – the small Taranaki, New Zealand town of Eltham now holds the record for the world’s biggest scone.
Wanaka will welcome more than 300 top international junior snow sports athletes for the 2010 FIS Junior World Championships which begin this week (19 - 31 August).
Christchurch – New Zealand gateway to the South Island’s extensive wine growing regions, and newest member of the Great Wine Capitals Global Network – is set to host the movers and shakers of the international wine industry.
New Zealand’s honey for health pioneer, Claude Stratford, has turned 100 years old today (18.8.2010) – a walking advertisement for the natural bee products he’s made world famous.