Travel up despite fare rises
But the rising costs of airfares was not putting New Zealand people off their domestic or international holiday, according to one of the biggest travel ...
Expedia.co.nz Launches in New Zealand
BELLEVUE, Wash. and AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Oct. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Expedia, Inc. , the world's leading online travel company, today announced the launch of its New Zealand website
Land Transport Management Amendment Bill
Land Transport Management Amendment Bill 2007 tabled by Transport Minister Annette King
Transport Minister Annette King has tabled legislation designed to maximise the performance of the government land transport sector and its impact on the New Zealand economy and environment.
New Zealand Dollar Recovers Some Early-week Losses
The New Zealand stopped some of the bleeding Wednesday as it managed to hold against the dollar and pound, and even gain on a waning yen and aussie buck.
Rumbling Fiordland frightening tourists
Work to clear avalanche and rockfall debris from the Milford Road was continuing this morning, with Transit New Zealand set to assess the situation later today.
One room and roof with a view
An art installation consisting of an actual one-room hotel offering 1970s-style glamour, artistic cachet and a view of the Eiffel Tower was lifted into place on the roof of a Paris museum yesterday.
It's the craic that brings you back
The British have rarely been complimentary about the Irish down the centuries.
Hong Kong: Sure to deliver the goods
Five pairs of shoes, three handbags, three watches and assorted tat for friends back home - all in the space of two hours of driving rain and 35C heat - and all for under $200.
Disney to spend $1.4bn on California park
NEW YORK - Walt Disney Co is planning to spend US $1.1 billion (NZ$1.4bn) over five years to overhaul its California Adventure theme park, the Wall Street Journal has reported.
Cruises: Voyage of discovery
Aboard the Oceanic Discoverer, cruising through Northland's beautiful Bay of Islands, it's easy to imagine yourself queen (or king) of your own private yacht.
Lap up the hospitality
When guests arrive at Devonport's historic Peace and Plenty Inn they are usually greeted with a lick.
A remarkable climb on Rarotonga Island
RAROTONGA, Cook Island — “Welcome to Mother Earth!” beams Pa Teuruaa as our group of panting hikers looks up at him. Then we grin, too: after a climb of ladder-like ste