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Two ancient trees, both celebrities in their respective countries and with twin tales of cultural significance, have been united by a unique tourism initiative between New Zealand and Japan.
New Zealand’s Rangitāne tribe has finally laid to rest the remains of 60 ancestors unearthed from their original burial ground then reclaimed from Canterbury Museum in the South Island.
Teenage Rotorua golfer, Danny Lee, has become New Zealand’s highest paid athlete after signing a lucrative deal with International Management Group (IMG).
An 80-year-old New Zealand grandmother who spends summer riding the waves at Piha beach – one of Auckland’s wild west coast beaches – has no intention of giving up her passion for surfing.
An ongoing tug-of-war over the true origin of pavlova has been given a diplomatic twist by New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key who’s warned Aussies to keep their hands off iconic Kiwi items.
Hamilton's city streets, in the heart of New Zealand’s largest dairy producing region, will reverberate to the sound of high performance engines when the New Zealand round of the Australian V8 Supercar championships roars into life this weekend.
A re-enactment of one of New Zealand’s best known movies 'Good Bye Pork Pie' has raised NZ$120,000 for charity as 37 car loads of mini enthusiasts took a ‘legendary’ road trip through New Zealand.
A novel tourism initiative that allows international visitors to ‘rave’ about their New Zealand holiday experience on YouTube has reached more than 100,000 people.
Eight New Zealand conservation projects have been named among the top ecological projects in Australasia after an 18-month search by an expert panel.
After a 100-year absence, one of New Zealand’s nationally endangered species – the South Island tieke or saddleback – is returning to live on the South Island mainland.