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The 2010 ski season’s first snow dump has landed in New Zealand – at the peak of the popular Canterbury ski area at Mt Hutt.
New Zealand’s largest international tourism event TRENZ opens in Auckland next week (24.05.2010), with new products to tempt the world’s travel and tourism industry.
Tourists and professional whale watchers on New Zealand whale watching safaris have been treated to some recent rare sightings as the winter whale season swings into action.
A bunch of intrepid Kiwis on scooters are preparing to brave New Zealand’s Southern Alps on a winter-time expedition – the Tranz Alpine Scooter Safari – that will take them across the South Island.
A quirky New Zealand attraction – Stuart Landsborough’s Puzzling World, on the shores of Lake Wanaka – has landed in an international list of weird tourist attractions.
A travelling exhibition that explores Māori moko or facial tattoo and takes it beyond face value is touring New Zealand promoting a better understanding of the traditional art form.
Record numbers of Australians are cruising to New Zealand, and cruise companies are rising to the challenge.
Some of New Zealand’s oldest inhabitants are creating headlines with their unexpected breeding habits - proving there’s life in the old fossils yet.
A traditional Māori ball game played in pre-European New Zealand is enjoying an international revival – with rugby legend Wayne “Buck” Shelford poised to play in a European tour in September.
Rugby fans who stay afloat on cruise ships that will provide accommodation during the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand will find themselves in the heart of the action.