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The ubiquitous iPod might be a familiar sight on the street these days, but in New Zealand the digital music players are being used in remote native forests to train rare birds.
When the Italian rugby team steps out onto Trafalgar Park for their 2011 World Cup debut in the provincial New Zealand city of Nelson, they’ll be walking on broken glass.
Over 200 of the world’s top snowboarders will be on the slopes at Wanaka next week for the Burton New Zealand Open.
Visitors to the International Antarctic Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand, could be surprised to learn that feeding the parking meter is helping to save penguins.
Some of the world's best young surfers will be riding the waves at Piha - on Auckland's wild west coast - when New Zealand plays host next January to the World Junior Surfing Champs.
A remote holiday cottage on the northern end of the Abel Tasman track in the South Island has become New Zealand’s most energy efficient house.
Tourism New Zealand’s ‘100% Pure New Zealand’ brand - recognised as amongst the world’s most successful - is celebrating its tenth birthday with the promise of a hundred percent commitment to its message.
Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson will bring some beach chic to Air New Zealand Fashion Week (ANZFW) in Auckland next month (21 – 25 September 2009).
Work on New Zealand’s national cycleway network is to get a ‘quick start’ this summer at several locations throughout the country.
Visitors to Mt Hutt ski-field, in New Zealand’s Southern Alps, are catching some spectacular ski action as the ‘capital of speed’ hosts international teams in training for the 2010 Winter Olympics.