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Endangered saddleback return to NZ's south
15 Apr 2009

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.

Kakapo '09 season ends on record high
09 Apr 2009

The population of the world’s rarest parrot – the New Zealand kakapo – has reached a record high of 125 with the 2009 breeding season being hailed the most successful since the recovery programme began.

Unique Auckland hotel joins world's most exclusive
09 Apr 2009

Auckland’s boutique hotel ‘Mollies’ is one of just 25 prestige establishments around the world to become a new member of exclusive Relais & Châteaux accommodation group.

Huge gourmet hangi celebrates Māori Matariki
09 Apr 2009

A giant gourmet hangi, created by Kiwi celebrity chef Peter Gordon, will launch New Zealand’s 2009 celebrations for Matariki or Māori New Year.

DOC freezes campground & hut fees
08 Apr 2009

Visitors keen to experience New Zealand’s great outdoors are being given an added incentive to book early and enjoy a price freeze introduced by the Department of Conservation.

Rotorua opens roving Kupe exhibition
08 Apr 2009

Kupe was one of Polynesia’s most famous voyagers and now an exhibition celebrating his life is on the move itself, leaving the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington and heading to the central North Island town of Rotorua.

Kiwi carbon innovation shortlisted for big prize
06 Apr 2009

New Zealand charcoal technology company Carbonscape is one of five companies to make the shortlist in a global competition, the FT (Financial Times UK) Climate Change Challenge.

Kiwis eye sky for international astronomy year
03 Apr 2009

Perfect autumn weather conditions have favoured star gazers in New Zealand taking part in a global 100 hour event to celebrate the International Year of Astronomy.

Clocks back as NZ farewells Summer '09
01 Apr 2009

New Zealand takes an official step this weekend towards winter 2009 when clocks are turned back an hour as the country says goodbye to daylight saving.

New Zealander gets top UN appointment
01 Apr 2009

New Zealand’s former prime minister Helen Clark has been named as the next head of the United Nations Development Programme - one of the top jobs in the world body.

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