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2009 wraps up a positive year for film in New Zealand with the movers and shakers of the movie world shining the spotlight on everything the country has to offer from location to expertise.
New Zealand’s latest tourist attraction – a mix of adrenalin buzz and a dose of environmental awareness – is about to launch in the country’s adventure capital, Queenstown.
New Zealand is about to launch onto the international market with a pioneer brew that comes in a tea cup, rather than a bottle.
New Zealand will be the star of a new project that is offering aspiring film-makers the chance to get their work in front of Academy Award-winning director Peter Jackson.
New Zealand’s award winning special effects company Weta Workshop is taking an exhibition of unique work to Chengdu, China, in a bid to support Sichuan earthquake relief efforts.
A world-first attempt to run New Zealand’s seven internationally renowned ‘Great Walks’ in seven consecutive days will provide an epic fundraising mission.
New Zealand is taking a giant leap into the space race as the country’s first rocket launch counts-down, and the first-ever Kiwi female astronaut readies for take-off.
'The Lovely Bones' – the latest movie from New Zealand’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ producer Peter Jackson – has had its world première at a royal gala event in London.
Camping at Curio Bay in the South Catlins, one of New Zealand’s rugged and wildlife-rich coastal regions, attracts a variety of visitors but not all appear to be taking notice of the local signs.
New Zealand yachting hero Sir Peter Blake is the focus of a major permanent exhibition due to open soon (12.12.09) on the Auckland waterfront.