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New Zealand’s biggest eco-tourism development, Karori Sanctuary in Wellington, has a new name – Zealandia - a further step towards returning a significant part of the nation’s capital to its pre-human state.
Football megastar David Beckham and the LA Galaxy had a decisive 3-0 win against the Oceania All Stars team in Auckland on Saturday night (6.12.08).
New Zealand’s national museum, Te Papa Tongarewa, has a huge new treat in store for squid lovers, a world-first colossal squid exhibition due to open in Wellington this Saturday (13.12.08).
International football star David Beckham and his LA Galaxy team received a traditional Māori welcome when they touched down in Auckland early today (Dec 3).
Tourism New Zealand’s giant inflatable rugby ball has gone down a treat in London with more than 7500 visitors, including royalty and VIPs.
An American film-maker living in New Zealand has had an overwhelming response at film festivals throughout the United States to a movie he made about his new home.
Move over Babe, a select group of New Zealand pigs is being primed for starring roles in a big-budget motion picture to be filmed in Wellington and the South Island next year.
International visitors cruising around New Zealand in a rental car can now tune in to Tourism Radio, a station designed to entertain and educate them about New Zealand en route.
The pool draw for the 2011 Rugby World Cup has been announced in a fitting venue – Tourism New Zealand’s giant inflatable rugby ball beside the Tower of London.
Wine guru Robert Parker has accorded his top five-star recognition to five New Zealand wineries.