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Swimming with dolphins off New Zealand’s rugged South Island coast of Kaikoura has been ranked amongst the top 10 most thrilling experiences in the world, by 'Lonely Planet'.
Europe may be the setting for the 33rd America’s Cup currently underway in Valencia but New Zealand will be deep in the heart of the action – both on and off the water.
New Zealand’s world famous Marlborough wine growing region has again made the world list of top wine tourism destinations.
One of New Zealand’s most respected rugby stars – former All Black captain and coach, Fred “The Needle” Allen – celebrated his 90th birthday at a civic reception in Auckland.
Worm sushi, bush bacon butties and deep fried shark will be on the menu at New Zealand’s iconic Hokitika Wildfoods Festival, held annually on the remote South Island west coast.
While Waitangi, in New Zealand's far north, hosted official national day ceremonies, Stewart Island, in the deep south, was marking the occasion in a quintessentially Kiwi fashion - on the rugby field.
It was a sentimental New Zealand national Waitangi Day on Saturday (6.02.10), as New Zealanders gathered to celebrate a day of nationhood and togetherness.
When the world’s biggest waka takes to the waters tomorrow (6.02.10) for New Zealand’s national Waitangi Day, one New Zealander will celebrate another special anniversary.
New Zealand’s top achieving sports women have been honoured in the country’s premier awards with world champion shot-putter Valerie Vili and the Evers-Swindell rowing twins taking the main prizes.
New Zealand’s prominence in the movie world has been enhanced with a host of 2010 Oscar nominations, including nine for 'Avatar' and nine Kiwis recognised for their work in the film industry.