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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.
New Zealand’s island sanctuary successes have brought praise from global conservationists meeting in Auckland to look at threats to wildlife throughout the world.
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.