Visiting some of New Zealand’s museums is a great way to find out more about the country’s culture and heritage, and get an insight into why the country is the way it is.
The warm, lazy days of summer in New Zealand are the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the outdoors. You could head to the beach or to a park, but another nice way to spend a day is to pack a picnic lunch and wander through one of the country’s public gardens.
If you’re planning to look for work while visiting New Zealand, a key step you’ll take when applying for a job is gaining an interview with potential employers.
New Zealand is well known for its awe-inspiring landscapes and it’s no surprise that this spectacular natural environment has been used as a backdrop for a number of popular movies.
New Zealand is home to some amazing and unique wildlife and plant species, and getting to see these natural wonders up close can be an unforgettable experience.
Visitors planning to spend summer in New Zealand will find there is no shortage of exciting, fun-filled events around the country that will help fill a long, sunny summer’s day.
Getting involved in sport is a great way to make new friends and provides an excellent opportunity to get to know the community you’re living in.
New Zealand’s stunning scenery and the country’s relaxed lifestyle have made a South Korean family’s stay in New Zealand a rewarding experience.
If you're a keen skier or snowboarder, then New Zealand in winter is a great place to be.
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.