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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.
A summer art exhibition that combines dramatic outdoor sculpture with spectacular coastal scenery – all in a short ferry ride from Auckland – has opened to the public for a three week season.
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.
Caring for New Zealand’s natural environment so that it can be preserved for future generations is the focus of a new website encouraging best practice for holidaymakers pitching tents, or parking campervans or caravans.
Top New Zealand entertainers will strut their stuff alongside some of the world’s best street acts during coming weeks as two major busking festivals come to town.
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.
New Zealand’s iconic Milford Sound has moved up the rankings in a global search for the ‘Seven Wonders of Nature’ as on-line voters help to heat up competition.
Māori culture teams from all over New Zealand are polishing their performance arts as they ready themselves to compete at the country’s biggest kapa haka festival next month.
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.
Two famed New Zealand lodges - Glenorchy’s Blanket Bay and Taupo’s Huka Lodge - have been named among the best luxury hotels on Earth.