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With 500 days to go until 2011 Rugby World Cup kicks off, there’s a constant hum of activity as venues throughout New Zealand prepare for the event.
Great news for anyone who has ever wanted to walk like an animal ... special effects award-winners Weta Workshop has developed Weta Legs.
Kiwi hospitality has risen to the challenge as the locals rally around international visitors grounded in New Zealand by the Icelandic volcanic eruption.
A YouTube video of a kleptomaniac octopus is taking the world by storm – just days after it stole a Wellington man’s new underwater video camera.
New Zealanders around the globe are preparing to don their red poppies for the annual Anzac Day remembrance of fallen Kiwi war heroes.
Auckland will host the solid gold Football World Cup trophy during a whistle-stop New Zealand visit on 27 April.
Kiwi teenagers Paige Hareb and Sarah Mason have created New Zealand surfing history at the Dream Tour women’s surfing event underway in Taranaki, in the North Island.
The discovery of a new and very deep cave near Nelson in New Zealand's South Island is being hailed as the biggest news in the history of New Zealand caving.
An ingenious Marlborough saffron producer has devised a unique, time-saving way for chefs to use the golden spice – in liquid form.
Kiwi ex-pats are being given the chance to “fall in love with New Zealand all over again” and pass on the good word in the lead up to the 2011 Rugby World Cup.