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Passengers flying with Air New Zealand can now arrive at their destination looking fresh and stylish thanks to help from UK television style guru Gok Wan.
Adventure tourism pioneers AJ Hackett and Henry van Asch tandem jumped for joy as they celebrated 20 years of adrenalin thrills at Queenstown’s Kawarau Bridge yesterday (12.11.08).
A New Zealand farm north of Auckland has been given the green light to open up its pastures for domestic and international film producers.
A nest of tuatara eggs discovered at Wellington’s world-first wildlife reserve – the Karori Sanctuary – has conservation staff in a state of expectant excitement.
The FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup kicked off in New Zealand with an opening clash between the home team and hot favourites the Canadians.
Four New Zealand gardens have earned the title of ‘Garden of International Significance’ in a new quality ranking aimed at overseas visitors.
A new rugby trophy contested between the All Blacks and the English will honour the life of Sir Edmund Hillary and mark both his love of the game and his links with Britain.
An 86-year-old Wellington nun, who set up a community garden scheme, has been voted New Zealand's Gardener of the Year.
New Zealand’s unique Hector’s and Maui’s dolphin populations will enjoy greater protection in four new marine mammal sanctuaries due to come into effect tomorrow (23 October 2008).
Only 16-days-old and as yet un-named, a little blue penguin has everyone clucking at the Penguin Encounter in Christchurch’s International Antarctic Centre.