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British comedian Dawn French has given New Zealand a glowing report in a UK Telegraph celebrity travel column, describing her visit to the country as love at first sight.
A New Zealand woman who lost her legs as a child has realised a long-held dream to become a mermaid thanks to Wellington-based film industry specialists, Weta Workshop.
America’s popular reality TV show bachelor says he’s found true love in New Zealand – and he’s not just talking about his quest for a female companion.
A highly skilled performance has won Auckland’s Māori performing arts group Te Waka Huia, the supreme award at New Zealand’s annual Te Matatini National Kapa Haka Festival for the fourth time.
New Zealand’s teenage golfing sensation Danny Lee swung his way into a dramatic victory at the Johnny Walker Classic in Perth yesterday (22.02.09), confirming his reputation as one of the world’s most exciting young golfers.
Napier - New Zealand’s Art Deco capital - turned back the clocks for last weekend's Art Deco celebration (19 -22 February).
Lonely Planet will release its first dedicated guidebook to New Zealand’s adventure-packed South Island in April 2009.
A Māori cloak of historic significance is home in Te Papa Tongarewa, the Museum of New Zealand, after living in a London closet for more than 20 years.
New Zealand’s bid to have a World Heritage Starlight Reserve in the sky above Lake Tekapo and Aoraki Mount Cook, in the South Island’s Mackenzie Country, has moved a step closer.
New Zealand students have proved they are amongst the brightest and most articulate in the world by winning the World Schools' Debating Championship in Athens, Greece.