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A pair of rugby-loving Brits will set off from London this weekend on an intrepid 18-month, 18-country journey to the New Zealand 2011 Rugby World Cup – on bicycles.
Leading New Zealand sculptor Chris Booth has been invited to create a major UK£12 million underground feature for England's renowned Eden Project.
New Zealand has confirmed its reputation as a rugby-loving nation – just one day after tickets went on public sale, the 2011 Rugby World Cup has become the country’s biggest money-making event.
A project designed to pull the eyes of the world back onto the benefits of wool has brought international architects together in New Zealand to design a “woolly” hotel complex.
Tween idol Justin Bieber’s whirlwind New Zealand visit got off to a flying leap when he bungy jumped off the Auckland Harbour Bridge this morning.
A major art exhibition of works by 41 Kiwi artists is to be held in Italy to commemorate New Zealand’s involvement – 66 years ago – in the WWII Battle of Monte Cassino.
A New Zealand icon – the humble Kiwi bach – is destined to become a White House near-neighbour next year, as part of an international competition for sustainable architecture.
A select group of native kiwi will get right royal treatment when they fly with the air force as part of New Zealand’s largest-ever wildlife transfer next week.
Rugby World Cup 2011 hits a significant milestone in New Zealand today (27.04.2010) as the count down reaches 500 days-to-go until kick-off, and ticket sales go global.
Kiwis are getting ready for three weeks of side-splitting laughter, as New Zealand transforms into comedy central for the annual NZ International Comedy Festival.