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If you're a keen skier or snowboarder, then New Zealand in winter is a great place to be.

Kiwi trampoline athlete aiming high

Posted by on 27 May 2016

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One of New Zealand's top trampoline athletes, Jared Cooper, has come back from international competition determined to qualify for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

Driving in New Zealand

Posted by on 19 May 2016

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For many visitors to New Zealand, finding the best way to travel around and explore the country is a key part of planning their visit.

Christchurch 2016

Posted by on 6 April 2016

Christchurch

Christchurch has come a really long way since the earthquakes five years ago. Not only has the rebuild created a huge amount of jobs for workers who have come from all over the world to help transform the city, but it has also transformed it into arguably one of the most innovative, vibrant and unique destinations in the country.

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What’s it really like living and working in New Zealand on a working holiday visa?

Working Holiday - Seasonal Work Opportunities

Posted by on 23 November 2015

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How fruit and wine can help you explore the wonders of New Zealand

Visiting Doctor in New Zealand

Posted on 31 August 2015

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New Zealand is a great place to visit. We have one of the most beautiful sceneries in the world and our people are friendly! Unfortunately, the medical costs in New Zealand are not “friendly”!  The medical costs in New Zealand are considered to be one of the highest in the developed countries. Therefore it is important for you to consider having Travel Insurance whilst you are in New Zealand.

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New Zealand may have a small population of just 4.5 million people but it has a proud history of producing some of the most talented rowers in the world.

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Like most Kiwis, at Orbit Protect we are seriously passionate about sport. We also love seeing people achieve their dreams, whether that’s travelling overseas to study or work in a beautiful country like New Zealand, or winning an Olympic medal!

Getting Used to the Kiwi Lingo

Posted by on 13 May 2015

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You’ll be all good when you arrive in New Zealand. You’ll meet some hard case Kiwi bro’s around and about the wops and maybe you’ll even be invited down to the bach for a mean feed, maybe a hangi and some pavlova. Most blokes are pretty choice, but if you’re knackered and they invite you to crash at their joint, it’s a good idea to suss it out first. Tu Meke! Make sure you wear your stubbies and jandals though or I reckon you could feel a bit out of place with your new mates. If you’re too skint to hook yourself up with the goods, just chill, she’ll be right eh.

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