"New Zealand" Blogs & Blog Posts

Simona AlbaneseSimona Albanese

A passion for art, culture and travel...photos and information, comments an...

 
Keeping StockKeeping Stock

An eclectic mix of some of the finer things in life - politics, sport, musi...

 
New Zealand Fly Fishing ExpeditionsNew Zealand Fly Fishing Expeditions

These expeditions are for serious fly fisherman wanting to get the best fly...

 
Against The CurrentAgainst The Current

New Zealand politics from a left wing perspective as well as some internat...

 
Kiwi thoughts on life, travel, politics and everything elseKiwi thoughts on life, travel, politics and everything else

Random thoughts by author Heather Hapeta

 
MuzzerinoMuzzerino

Words of wisdom from an expat Scot in Aotearoa New Zealand

 
bigblueglobebigblueglobe

Ramblings from Tom about Antarctica, New Zealand, Colorado and the World...

 


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We don't want to ever live in a world where there is a "chipocalypse." No wonder New Zealanders are concerned at the prospect, as 20 percent of potato crops have been lost due to extended periods of wet weather, according to the New Zealand Herald. S...

The very first feathered signs of spring arriving have landed in my old home city. Along with the daffodils, the godwits have landed in Christchurch (New Zealand) – arriving from the Alaskan Arctic Tundra where they raise their young. Christchu...

Some wild things happen in New Zealand, but a "mystery interventionist" has reached a whole new level of reckless. They've been putting vinyl stickers alongside artefacts and artworks at the Canterbury Museum since, emblazoned with comments relating...

"If it's not gay, it's not gay." The colloquially negative use of the word "gay" is getting a roasting in the first national ad campaign. "We chose to address something small that contributes to much larger issues — homophobia, biphobia and tra...

Yesterday my Monday morning walking group joined a public tour of New Zealand’s Government House.  (Check their website to book a tour ) This was my first visit there as when public events have been on I have missed out because of number rest...

After a nine-week voyage to study the lost, submerged continent of Zealandia in the South Pacific, a team of 32 scientists from 12 countries has arrived in Hobart, Tasmania, aboard the research vessel JOIDES Resolution. Did scientists find Zealandia...

Sean O'Brien, for no apparent reason, appears to have set a rather large cat loose amongst the pigeons by publicly criticising the British & Irish Lions attack coach, Rob Howley.What prompted his comment is unclear, but apparently it was poor coa...