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High tea has taken on a whole new meaning in New Zealand with the country’s world famous tree house restaurant now serving afternoon tea to cope with demand.
Five of New Zealand’s top hotels have made it onto the list of 500 best hotels in the world just published by international magazine Travel & Leisure.
Forget the current ‘man drought’, an Auckland luxury hotel has come up with a new strategy for Kiwi single girls feeling a little lonely around St Valentine’s Day.
Two famed New Zealand lodges - Glenorchy’s Blanket Bay and Taupo’s Huka Lodge - have been named among the best luxury hotels on Earth.
Tourists at the North Auckland beach resort of Paihia were among the first to take up the offer of free video postcards recording New Zealand travel raves for family and friends back home.
Sixteen years on from her Oscar-winning performance in The Piano, Kiwi actress Anna Paquin has added a Golden Globe to her collection of awards.
British actor, author and comedian Stephen Fry has been on the receiving end of some unusually close encounters during a BBC filming expedition in New Zealand.
Waiheke - a little island in Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf celebrated for its beaches, artists, award-winning wines and olive oil - gets the tick of approval and no. 2 placing on Frommer’s top destinations list for 2009.
Sir Edmund Hillary’s Everest conquering ice axe will go on display at the Auckland Museum tomorrow (10 January 2009) marking the first anniversary of his death.
Suspended 10 metres up a giant redwood tree and struggling to cope with a flood of bookings, New Zealand’s world-first Yellow Treehouse restaurant opened for business today (9 Jan 2009).