Viewing all entries for 'August 2011'
Saturday 24SEP marks the start of a two-week celebration of all things Coromandel including heritage, art, cuisine and local rugby.Read the full post
SkyCity is welcoming the world to Auckland by lighting up the Sky Tower in a host of different colours ahead of the Rugby World Cup.Read the full post
A peloton of cyclists rode 180km from Taumarunui and New Plymouth last weekend to celebrate the opening of the first cycle touring routes under Nga Haerenga, The New Zealand
Next year’s annual conference of the Inbound Tour Operators Council will be held on the West Coast, with dates in August to be announced in the next few weeks.Read the full post
A pop up restaurant that ‘transported’ Sydneysiders across to Wellington has been short-listed in the Asia-Pacific SABRE Awards.Read the full post
Tournament organiser Rugby New Zealand 2011 today welcomed the decision of the England and Australian Rugby World Cup 2011 teams to include Christchurch in their Tournament itineraries.Read the full post
Prime Minister John Key's signing of Emily Beaumont's bulging belly in Nelson yesterday was symbolic on a day it was announced the country is now in a "man drought". Mr Key made a flying visit to Tahunanui Beach to help launch the election campaign of his sixth-ranked Cabinet minister, Nelson MP Nick Smith.Read the full post