New Zealand Travel and Tourism Media Releases and News
What makes New Zealand such as great destination for a holiday or as a location for your next conference or event? We've gathered some of the latest articles written about New Zealand by independent magazines, writers or locals. These together with a roundup of other news will give you a snapshot of what New Zealand has to offer.
With 5000 entries, 200 volunteers and thousands of spectators, the Christchurch Airport Marathon is one of the South Island’s most significant community occasions.
The annual Queen’s Bi... (more)
The Gazley Volkswagen Wellington Marathon has been an annual highlight on the Capital calendar for three decades. This year it undertakes an international partnership that will see a lucky Wellingt... (more)
Te Kōngahu - the Museum of Waitangi is the joint winner in the ‘Best Museum Project’ category in the Service IQ 2016 New Zealand Museum Awards. The Museum of Waitangi is the cornerstone projec... (more)
Two defending champions among entries for this year’s Christchurch Airport Church Marathon.
With four weeks until race day, the Christchurch Airport Marathon is again shaping up as New ... (more)
Internationally, K2 is known as one of the world’s toughest peaks. But for Kiwi cyclists, K2 means just one thing - Coromandel's Flight Centre K2 - New Zealand's toughest road ride.
Since 1991, the Hutt City Crazyman has been a blooding ground for many of the sports stars. Past Crazyman winners such as Richard Ussher, Emily Miazga, Gordon Walker, Elina Ussher, Nathan Fa’avae... (more)
A collection of old hands and new faces look likely to dominate this weekend’s Hutt City Crazyman.
More than 300 endurance junkies will line up in Lower Hutt on Sunday for the 26th runn... (more)
Te Kōngahu - the Museum of Waitangi has been announced as a finalist in the ‘Best Museum Project’ category in the Service IQ 2016 New Zealand Museum Awards. The Museum of Waitangi is the corne... (more)
Celebrating 31 years last Saturday, Upper Hutt’s Bike Barn Karapoti Classic continued its renown as the Southern Hemisphere’s longest running mountain bike race. And women’s winner Kim Hurst ... (more)