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Background on the '100% Pure New Zealand' giant rugby ball.
Rising from cities, small towns and country paddocks filled with farmers’ stock, no part of New Zealand’s landscape is quite complete without a set of rugby goal posts.
Background information on the host centres for the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.
Away from the television cameras, Masterchef judge Simon Gault is an entrepreneurial chef whose name is associated with a string of top New Zealand restaurants.
With only 100 days to go until kick-off, New Zealand has rolled out a giant welcome mat.
The vision of All Black coach Graham Henry relaxing on the beach or fishing at one of his favourite island haunts is hard to imagine - given the pressure of Rugby World Cup 2011.
Passionate rugby fans and hospitable Kiwi hosts all over New Zealand are throwing down the Rugby World Cup 2011 welcome mat – nowhere more so than in the 24 communities that will officially host rugby teams.
Quick, quirky facts and figures about Rugby World Cup 2011.
New Zealand's Giant Rugby Ball has taken over a piece of prime Australian coastal real estate.
Rugby enthusiasts visiting New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup in 2011, will have the opportunity to come face to face with a first XV of a rare and precious kind.