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Auckland zoo opens new primate habitat for orangutans and siamangs

Kiwis can now embark on the first leg of an amazing wildlife experience through South East Asia with the opening of a new primate habitat for orangutans and siamangs at Auckland Zoo today - no passport required!

We’re serving up Wellington’s greatest hits - WellingtonNZ

July is the month when Wellingtonians will easily get a taste of their favourite dishes from local eateries in the gastronomically-themed Wellington’s Greatest Hits.

Great news for NZ gyms, exercise facilities - Survey

New Zealand gyms and exercise facilities have reached about 85 to 90 percent of pre-covid levels, an ExerciseNZ survey has found.

The amazing bounce back efforts by exercise professionals, gyms and facilities includes numbers of people participating in activity, revenue and new sales.

Supreme Winner again Lord of the Fries with Beyond Sausage

Once again New Zealand leads the way in plant-based innovations by being the only country to have Vegan Sausage Awards, which take place annually at the end of June.

Parks and amenities benefit residents and builders at Hobsonville Point - Kainga Ora

Giving communities early access to amenities like parks, walkways and public artwork as part of new developments helps enhance wellbeing and land value overall, a new report on the Hobsonville Point development has found.

Walking can be worse for the climate than driving - NZ Vegetarian Society

The NZ Vegetarian Society is urging Kiwis to re-think how they calculate their environmental impact after new research revealed that walking can be worse for the climate than driving.

Coronet Peak opens for the 2020 season

Close to 2,000 people were at Coronet Peak today for the first day of the season, enjoying fantastic early winter conditions.

Avon Loop treasure hunt starting this weekend - Otakaro Limited

$1500 worth of kayaking and cycling equipment will be up for grabs in the Avon Loop treasure hunt, which starts on 29 June to celebrate the completion of Ōtākaro Limited’s work along the riverside.

World famous game reserve suffers no covid poaching casualties says Malby-Anthony

One of the world’s most famous game reserves, Thula Thula in South Africa, has survived the covid pandemic without any loss of wild animal to poaching.

Annabel White gets behind Pink Ribbon Breakfast to show support for breast cancer patients

Next week is the launch of Pink Ribbon Breakfast month, where Kiwis across the country will come together to raise vital funds for Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.