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Twilight Tours At Ziptrek

Twilight Tours At Ziptrek

Zipping through the forest canopy high above Queenstown as the sun sets over snow-capped mountains and crystal clear waters sounds like a scene from a fantastical Hollywood blockbuster.

World Cup Craziness Hits Coronet Peak

World Cup Craziness Hits Coronet Peak

Watch out for a huge snowball of fun coming down the slopes at Queenstown’s Coronet Peak ski area this Sunday (11 July) as football fever comes to the mountain.

New Style Of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc - Spy Valley Wines

New Style Of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc - Spy Valley Wines

Marlborough has become synonymous with Sauvignon Blanc.

Spy Valley Wines, one of Marlborough's leading family owned wine companies has spent several years undertaking vineyard and stylistic exploration with Sauvignon Blanc.

Cockroaches Invading New Zealand Homes

Cockroaches Invading New Zealand Homes

There has been a recent surge in cockroach infestations in the warmer parts of New Zealand.

Work To Start On Eight New Cycle Trails

Work To Start On Eight New Cycle Trails

Wellington, July 6 NZPA - Work will start this summer on eight new cycle trails which will cover 1700km when they are completed, the Ministry of Tourism announced today.

Ultimate Cheese Roll Maker Found

Ultimate Cheese Roll Maker Found

Wellington, July 6 NZPA - A Dunedin woman has been crowned the "ultimate" cheese roll maker.

Joy Jones' recipe for the southern savoury treat was chosen as the best of 81 entries in the New Zealand International Science Festival competition in Dunedin today.

Kenyan Jewellers Turn Old News Into Eco-Fashion Chic

Kenyan Jewellers Turn Old News Into Eco-Fashion Chic

By Robin Okuthe, Business Daily Africa

I’ve been flaunting the Juzi necklace and have been amazed not only by its beauty but also by the high quality of workmanship.

Photographer Lara Kay Explores Truth In New Project, MIMIC

Photographer Lara Kay Explores Truth In New Project, MIMIC

Tineke Snow talks to photographer Lara Kay about her art and time working with the street kids in Guayaquil and her new project, MIMIC.

What started your interest in photography?

Dineout People's Choice 2010 Award Winners Announced

Dineout People's Choice 2010 Award Winners Announced

Restaurant patrons nationwide have voted and 39 restaurants around the country have been awarded gold, silver and bronze status on restaurant review site DineOut.co.nz.

Reel In That Elusive Fish!

Whether you're a frustrated angler or new to one of Australia and New Zealand's most popular sports, this easy-to-understand guide will have the fish nibbling on your line in no time.