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They say there are two kinds of Aucklanders: those who live on the North Shore and those who want to.
Where the city runs out, Rodney begins.
The local iwi, Ngāti Whātua, were the first to scope Takapuna, Takarunga and Takaroro – the three volcanic cones at...
‘Dunedin’ is an ancient name for Edinburgh and the resemblance doesn’t stop at the names.
If ever you should tire of the splendours of Dunedin – preposterous though that proposition may sound – there’s always...
Back in the day, no one thought very much of Rotorua.
By the standards of contemporary architecture, you might think Parliament Buildings are pretty fancy.
Every little girl wants to get married in the white church on the corner as you drive into Cambridge.
Oxford was the name first given to the small South Waikato town of Tīrau, a place that peeps out from...
Horowhenua once used to have a slogan that advertised the district as ‘the feel of real New Zealand.’
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