The NZeta has something that places its snout above other scooters of its time: Attitude, with a capital A.
Bubbling hotpools in the Whakarewarewa geothermal field have been used for hundreds of years for bathing, washing, warmth and also – impressively – for cooking.
The Giant’s House is now recognised as a ‘garden of national signifi cance,’ attracting visitors from around the world.
A hill in Hawke’s Bay holds the title for the world’s longest place name.
From a piano concert for sheep, to rabbit bone flowers and shadowy figures in glass, the art of Odelle Morshuis is a many-faceted thing.
All over the land we’ve erected monuments, tall and proud, to celebrate our unique town spirit in the most mammoth way possible.
New Zealanders are an innovative bunch and the brainpower behind many crafty creations.
For the last two years John’s been reincarnating hubcaps into musical instruments, in the form of slide guitars.
Tarawera Falls erupts from holes in the rock 35-metres up a cliff-face. It’s a truly weird and wonderful sight, best seen from below the falls.
Myrtle decided to put a few paua shells around the living-room mirror, then added more and more over the years until every wall was plastered with thousands of pearly blue shells.