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Free Online Journal Asks What Makes Us Happy

Free Online Journal Asks What Makes Us Happy

An open access online journal devoted to the study of human wellbeing, co-founded by Victoria's Dan Weijers, has been launched to help academics and practitioners' worldwide better understand what makes people flourish and thrive.

Oldest Albatross: Success At Last?

Taiaroa Head's currently oldest albatross - White-blue-green (WBG), based on her colour bands - may not have the most exciting name. The 42-year-old matriarch's life to date, however, is another story - it's been riddled with bad luck.

Inaugural Catlins Coastal Walk

Entries are now open for the Inaugural Catlins Great Escape Coastal Walk and Catlins Great Escape Bike Journey.

Tourism Catlins is pleased to announce the introduction of the sister event to the Catlins Great Escape Bike Journey, The Catlins Great Escape Coastal Walk.

Niagara Falls Cafe Changes Hands

The Catlins Niagara Falls Cafe is entering a new cycle.

Long-time darlings of the New Zealand cycling scene Laura Thompson and James Fairweather have taken over the iconic school house cafe in partnership with Laura's mother, Sue Thompson.

Afternoon Of Healing And Relaxation For The Community

Afternoon Of Healing And Relaxation For The Community

Spirit Talk, Christchurch's spiritual development and wellness centre, is to open its doors for a special afternoon of healing and relaxation for people adversely affected by the ongoing aftershocks.

Reviving The Entrepreneurial Spirit This New Year

THE KNOWLEDGE GYM WELCOMES SMALL BUSINESS GURU AND E-MYTH FOUNDER MICHAEL E GERBER Twenty-eleven is shaping up to be a watershed year for SMEs.

One Of Only Two Charles Dickens Statues In The World Returns Home To Centennial Park

One Of Only Two Charles Dickens Statues In The World Returns Home To Centennial Park

Charles Dickens never visited Australia, but after super-sleuthing to find the 'lost' statue by the NSW Dickens Society, one of only two life-size statues in the world of the great man of English literature is being unveiled in Centennial Park today by the Governor of New South Wales, Her Excelle

Regions Compete To Be Cycle Mad City

Regions Compete To Be Cycle Mad City

The annual cycling showdown between the regions is set to take place this month as the title of most 'Cycle Mad City' vied for during Bike Wise Month celebrations.

Saint Clair Cellar Door Celebrates 10th Birthday

Saint Clair Cellar Door Celebrates 10th Birthday

The Marlborough Cellar Door of Saint Clair Family Estate is celebrating a major birthday - its 10th.

New Zealand Artists On Show At New York Outsider Art Fair

Four New Zealand artists will have their artwork on show at the New York Outsider Art Fair 2011, opening in New York City on 11 February. The artists are Ray Ritchie (Wellington), Andrew Blythe (Auckland), Martin Thompson (Dunedin) and Robert Rapson (Hutt Valley).