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Where, asks an old song, have all the flowers gone?
New Plymouth started life as the port servicing the mellow, fertile dairying country surrounding Mount Taranaki.
The east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula has more than its fair share of pretty beaches.
Less popular than the nearby Milford and Routeburn tracks, the Hollyford Valley is nonetheless one of the South Island’s great...
The entire eastern coastline of the Coromandel Peninsula is studded with jewel-like beaches.
There’s only one thing better than lounging in soft mineral water heated by thermal springs and that’s lying in soft...
Wellington poet Amelia Nurse has written about ‘the lake effect’ – the noticeable calming and smoothing of the ripples in...
You might be forgiven for thinking Farewell Spit is named for the last thing Abel Tasman did as he high-tailed...
‘Dunedin’ is an ancient name for Edinburgh and the resemblance doesn’t stop at the names.
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