"New Zealand" Blogs & Blog Posts

Caffeinated TravellerCaffeinated Traveller

Travels, tales and caffeine, this blog shares with readers insights into pl...

 
kiwi-travel-writerkiwi-travel-writer

Travel talk from around the world and especially my home - New Zealand

 
bigblueglobebigblueglobe

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

 
Donovan's worldDonovan's world

Ramblings of a much published New Zealand author

 
Against The CurrentAgainst The Current

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

 
Simona AlbaneseSimona Albanese

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

 
Not Quite PerfectNot Quite Perfect

Blog featuring original fractal artwork with the odd "non fractal"...

 


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Together with colleagues from New Zealand, Senckenberg scientist Dr. Gerald Mayr described a recently discovered fossil of a giant penguin with a body length of around 150 centimeters. The new find dates back to the Paleocene era and, with an age of...

New Zealand sits atop a previously unknown continent—mostly submerged beneath the South Pacific—that should be recognised with the name Zealandia, scientists said Friday. Researchers say Zealandia was a distinct geological entity and met all the...

This is the latest installment of our regular feature, “Not Today, Internet,” in which we take a look at the stories that we really don’t want to. For previous installments, click here. If you have a tip for “Not Today, Internet,” you can...

The company Fred Walker & Co. was best known for creating Vegemite, a breakfast product that went on to become an “Australian cultural icon”. I am normally a bit wary of that expression. But I know that as soon as the men came home from WW2 a...

Sometimes the planets really do align. Like in the case of this New Zealander, who just so happened to run into a girl with nearly the same tattoos as him at a café while waiting for his coffee. SEE ALSO: Breast cancer survivor gets tattoo over...

One of the greatest feats of human migration in history was the colonisation of the vast Pacific Ocean by Polynesian peoples. They achieved it thanks to their sophisticated knowledge of positional astronomy and celestial navigation. The Disney film M...

More than 400 whales were stranded on a New Zealand beach Friday, with most of them dying quickly as frustrated volunteers desperately raced to save the survivors. Pilot whales, which beached themselves, at Farewell Spit in the Golden Bay region at...