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New adventures in Middle-earth

19 June 2013

The jaw dropping teaser trailer for the second movie in The Hobbit Trilogy, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug has been released.

Auckland to welcome Global Ocean Race

19 June 2013

Auckland, New Zealand’s ‘City of Sails’, has been confirmed as the halfway stopover port for the gruelling, round-the-world Global Ocean Race in 2014.

Wintering over in Middle-earth – snow sports

19 June 2013

First snows are already dusting the mountain tops of Middle-earth where the countdown to New Zealand’s 2013 winter season is on.

Middle-earth is tops for visitors to New Zealand

19 June 2013

The famed ‘filmscapes’ of Middle-earth that feature in Sir Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey have played a leading role in boosting tourism to New Zealand, according to new figures.

Maori waka to tell NZ story in San Francisco

19 June 2013

Remarkable sailing craft are the hallmark of the 34th America’s Cup but it won’t just be the futuristic wing-sail AC72s turning heads in San Francisco - a traditional Maori waka (canoe) from New Zealand also has a lead role in the event.

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Sailing in the lap of luxury

19 June 2013

The luxury of a sailing holiday in New Zealand isn’t just about cruising idyllic waters or indulging in world-class wine and food - but a uniquely Kiwi, ‘money-can’t-buy’ experience.

Auckland: The America's Cup legacy

19 June 2013

Viaduct Harbour Auckland is one of New Zealand’s most vibrant tourism and entertainment precincts - a hub for more than 30 bars and restaurants, hotels and water-based tourism activities attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.

Winter 2013 guide to NZ's South Island ski resorts

19 June 2013

Quick guide to what's on offer at New Zealand's South Island ski resorts for the winter 2013 snow season.

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Future Brighter Money: RBNZ Releases New Bank Note Designs

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Commerce: Supermarket Inquiry Finds No Breaches By Countdown

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Crown Accounts: English Flags ‘Challenge’ To Budget Surplus

Finance Minister Bill English is warning next month’s half yearly fiscal and economic update from the Treasury may not forecast a budget surplus, saying that returning the government’s accounts to surplus in 2015 will be “a challenge”, given the decline in commodity prices and weak global inflation. More>>

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March 2015: Netflix To Launch In Australia And New Zealand

World’s Leading Internet Television Network to Offer Original Series, Movies, Documentaries, Stand-Up Comedy Specials and TV Shows for Low Monthly Price More>>

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Price Of Cheese (Is Up): Dairy Product Prices Fall To Five-Year Low

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Gordon Campbell: On The Australians Scoring Trade Points Against Us With The Chinese

It hasn’t been a great year for Trade Minister Tim Groser... To top it off, Australia has just signed a FTA with China that has far better provisions on dairy exports than what New Zealand currently enjoys in our own FTA with China. More>>

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Iwi & Local Consultation: Oil And Gas Block Offer 2015 Begins

Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges today announced the start of the Block Offer 2015 process for awarding oil and gas exploration permits. More>>

Industrial Action: Stats NZ Throwing Public Money Away Duplicating Data

The Public Service Association (PSA) says Statistics NZ are throwing money away by collecting the same data twice for official statistics such as the Consumer Price Index... As part of the ongoing industrial action, field interviewers who are PSA members are continuing to collect data, but are not sending it through to Statistics NZ. More>>

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Space: Rosetta's 'Philae' Makes Historic First Landing On A Comet

After more than a decade traveling through space, a robotic lander built by the European Space Agency has made the first-ever soft landing of a spacecraft on a comet. More>>

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