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All Whites World Cup playoff against Peru

New Zealand is scheduled to play against Peru in the FIFA football world cup qualifying match on Saturday 11 November 2017 at Westpac Stadium in Wellington. The kick-off is scheduled for 4:15pm NZT. GET IN TOUCH NOW If you are Peruvian and would like to travel to New Zealand to...

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FOCUS ON: Taranaki region

Taranaki is now considered the best place to work and buy a home in New Zealand. Are you eligible to move to Taranaki?

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Oprah Winfrey loving New Zealand

Oprah Winfrey expressing her love for New Zealand AGAIN ! Thanks Oprah, such lovely words... 💚💜💙 “I am telling you: If you want to expand yourself as an individual on the planet Earth, New Zealand’s the place to go....The people are 100 percent present. They are not walking across the...

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Morning tea with a twist

New Zealanders are real foodies and are blessed with food from all around the world brought over with migrants' customs and traditions. Today our team got treated to morning tea with a twist with Anurag's special recipes and he was kind enough to share one of them. Mint chutney recipe Ingredients:...

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New Zealand Photographer of the year 2015

The New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year 2015, our country's most coveted photography award, has been given to Jason Hosking after a very tight competition. This year was blessed with incredibly high quality works in editorial photography across topics such as Society, Landscape, Wildlife, Photo Story and Timelapse –new this year–...

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New Zealand Has Modern Cities Too…..Really!

We often hear talk of New Zealand's beautiful scenery and luscious natural landscape but all too often we also hear people ask whether New Zealand has anything resembling a modern city. Just in case anyone was wondering, here are some nice photos of Auckland which is home to 1.5 Million...

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22 Things To Do In New Zealand – No. 22 “Tongariro Alpine Crossing”

If you are looking for a real trip through Middle Earth then a one-day hike through the volcanic badlands of the Tongariro National Park is something not to be missed. New Zealand's oldest national park and a dual World Heritage Site, the Tongariro National Park is rich in both cultural identity...

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22 Things To Do In New Zealand – No. 21 “BUNGY JUMPING”

In the 1980’s, two young New Zealanders, AJ Hackett and Henry van Asch, started New Zealand's first commercial bungy business, with a jump from the historic Kawarau Bridge near Queenstown. Ever since then, New Zealand has been known as the home of bungy, with a number of other operators entering the market....

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22 Things To Do In New Zealand – No. 20 “Wai-O-Tapu”

Roughly translated from Maori, Wai 0 Tapu means the "sacred, or protected, waters". Located just 20 minutes south of Rotorua, one of New Zealand's most famed tourist cities, this magnificent geothermal park is an absolute must see. Walking tracks ranging from 30 to over 75 minutes provide a wonderful scenic...

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22 Things To Do In New Zealand – No. 19 “The Routeburn Track”

This world-renowned tramping track is an impressive 32 kms long and is found in New Zealand's South Island. No trip to New Zealand is complete without completing a tramping trip on one of the many tracks of the South Island, and the Routeburn track is one of the most stunning....

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