Waiheke Island 1

Waiheke Island is the ultimate retreat for people who want to get away from the normal grind of city life.  Everywhere you look here is greenery, freshness, and total relaxation. The island is home to lush olive groves and vineyards. At the same time, it is a place of adventure and fun where you can […]

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Gallipoli exhibition - invitation

The new Pukeahu National War Memorial Park formally opens on 18 April, the beginning of Anzac Week.  The park, said to be the biggest government project to commemorate the first World War centenary, is built to honor the 18,166 New Zealanders who died during that time. Wellington launches Anzac Week from 18 April through to 25 […]

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Christchurch - marathon 1

The Christchurch Airport Marathon is back.  After four years of preparation following the earthquakes, Christchurch’s foot race returns to the central city on 31 May 2015. This time, the new race base will be at the Cathedral Square. From there, participants will run on a flat, fast, and spectator-friendly figure-8 course.  The course is meant to […]

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New Zealand work 2

New Zealand is a fast-growing economy. But despite the considerable number of professional residents it has, the country still faces shortage of manpower to keep up with labour demands. Because of this, New Zealand needs skilled workers from other countries to fill the manpower needs in some of its industries.  It therefore invites migrants to work […]

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Dunedin FIFA logo

Watch eight of the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015 matches in Hamilton’s Waikato Stadium in May and June.  It will be the second time for the stadium to host an international football event. Its first taste of FIFA was in 2008 when eight matches were played during the U-17 Women’s World Cup that included many group fixtures and […]

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Auckland - feature

New Zealand sets a good place for skilled migrants and people with investment capital. The country is well-connected with a progressive economy.  It is here where you can perfectly achieve a work-life balance and family-oriented environment.  And Auckland is one of its cities that can prove you exactly that. Auckland is constantly among the list […]

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Wellington - Pukeahu Park blessing 2

Wellington inaugurates its new Pukeahu National War Memorial Park Wednesday, March 25, with a Maori blessing.  The park is set to officially open on April 18, but according to the spokesperson of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, Brodie Stubbs, the public may now use it. There are just a few finishing touches that need […]

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Christchurch cycling map

The Cycling Advocates Network (“CAN Do”) will conduct its annual National Cycling Summit on March 28 – 29 in Christchurch, New Zealand.  And that’s just a few days away!  The primary purpose of the summit is to acquaint cycling enthusiasts with more cycling-friendly environments right in their locality. Experts in the field are going to share […]

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New Zealand map

People have various reasons for leaving their home country for another. Some are forced to leave due to political or economic instability, while others migrate for a better lifestyle. And because of this, New Zealand opens its doors to those who are seeking for more secure, family-friendly environment, and well-balanced lifestyle. Why choose New Zealand […]

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