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A successful road show to recruit volunteers for the 2011 Rugby World Cup has ended with a strong indication that New Zealanders are keen to make the “stadium of four million” hosts a reality.
Coronet Peak, in Queenstown, will become the hub of international race training this month as it welcomes back some of the world’s best ski racers.
New Zealand is in a proud position in the lead up to the world rowing championships at Lake Karapiro this October – after major success at the World Cup regatta in Lucerne.
A Kiwi online social network dubbed ‘Facebook for five-year-olds’ is taking off overseas - with more than 21,000 members globally while still in its test stage.
Art Deco will come under the spotlight during the Bluewater Hotel Deco Decanted Weekend as the Art Deco Trust of Napier, in Hawke’s Bay, celebrates 25 years.
History has been created with one of the largest pieces of Māori art being gifted to China by New Zealand Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism, John Key.
Cycling Nga Haerenga - New Zealand’s national cycleway is a step closer with funding approved for eight sections destined to provide “great rides” through some of the most picturesque locations.
Moko the celebrity dolphin who became a world famous tourist attraction on New Zealand’s East Coast and Bay of Plenty, appears to have made his final curtain call.
Legendary former Springbok rugby player Percy Montgomery has taken a huge leap of faith in New Zealand where yesterday (6.07.2010) he jumped off Auckland’s iconic Sky Tower.
The name’s Bert and the scene is Invercargill, New Zealand. The story is of one man’s great vision and ground-breaking invention – and it’s the plot for a feature film. Sound familiar?