Former Allied Press reporter Rosie Manins has been living in Atlanta as a permanent resident since March 2019. She reports on her experience of trying to get a Covid test as the state of Georgia recorded 1800 new cases yesterday.
Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult has backed the Queenstown Airport Corporation over its decision not to approve Sounds Air’s proposed scheduled service between Wanaka Airport and Christchurch.
Perpetually burning bushes, invisible kayaks and gramophones the size of houses are some of the weirdest New Zealand attractions that have to be seen to be believed.
A Canterbury family who were on the cusp of gaining residence in NZ when coronavirus struck now fear their immigration dream may be over.
About 13 million cubic metres of ice have been lost from the Brewster Glacier in Mt Aspiring National Park over the past four years, Niwa scientists have found.
A new international airport built within two hours' drive of Queenstown could bring 50,000 additional commercial flights and almost two million new passengers to the tourist resort.
Canterbury has experienced a big rise in local tourism bookings led by the Mackenzie District and Christchurch.
A single city-bound lane on the new motorway will open at the Main South Road bridge in Christchurch on Sunday.
A Lincoln University researcher is looking at how electric vehicles could be used to power New Zealand's tourism industry.
Cut-price campervan deals are encouraging Kiwis to holiday at home - but hotels, motels and restaurants are not seeing much movement ahead of the long weekend.
Christchurch and Milford Sound are more than 750km apart - but anyone leaving LAX could be forgiven for thinking they are the same place.
Adventure tourism business Active Planet has pleaded guilty to three charges of commercial guiding without a permit in the South Island.
Health reporter Mike Houlahan looks at how Otago and Southland coped with a disease which killed about 1000 people in just a few weeks.
Air New Zealand has launched a Singapore to Christchurch seasonal service which will run until February.
From Saigon to Hanoi, the street food is extraordinary. But many restaurants will also leave you sated at $20 per head, writes Kate Preece.