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Wellington, New Zealand, will host the 2nd Asia Pacific Outgames – a major international gay and lesbian sport, culture and human rights event – from 12 – 19 March 2011.
A leading New Zealand winery has taken an out-of-the-ordinary approach to increasing its biodynamic efforts with the employment of a 22-year-old horse named Stewart.
Excited rugby fans in Dunedin on Saturday (13.06.09) got the ‘full monty’ – a bonus match featuring the ‘Nude Blacks’ – as well as the much anticipated first rugby test between New Zealand – France.
Air New Zealand has been recognised as one of New Zealand's most environmentally responsible tourism businesses with the award of Qualmark Enviro-Gold status.
International travel website TripAdvisor.com has ranked the New Zealand city of Nelson among the world’s most charming small towns.
The ground-breaking 100% Pure New Zealand tourism marketing campaign is turning 10-years-old this year.
A vintage motorbike once worked on by Kiwi motorcycling legend Burt Munro, of 'The World’s Famous Indian' fame, and owned by a fellow speedster, is now part of the décor in an Auckland café.
The small rural town of Kimbolton - in the North Island’s Manawatu region - is little known to many Kiwis let alone the international community, but now some local school children have put their home and New Zealand firmly on the world map.
Looking for a peaceful life? Then New Zealand is the place to be - and that’s official. The country has just been ranked the most peaceful country in the world, according to the Global Peace Index.
A cheeky New Zealand parrot has flown off with a British visitor’s passport after plucking it from the courier bag of a tourist bus in the South Island.