Inside NZ's Noah's Ark ready for nuclear war
Just outside Gisborne is an extraordinary slice of Aotearoa that would serve as a glimmer of hope in a nuclear holocaust.
More pain predicted as Queenstown's tourism industry eyes change in direction
The new boss of the Kiwi adventure capital's Covid-hit tourism sector says the industry needs a “hard look at itself” over its impact on the environment.
Otago’s jaw-dropping heritage landmarks
Miners’ cottages, suspension bridges, inventors’ workshops and historic streetscapes, all located in stunning locations.
If you’re wanting to explore the real New Zealand, it’s hard to beat a good roadie. Whether you're following one of the 10 themed highways, taking a tiki tour or tackling the epic journey from Cape Reinga to Bluff, adventure is to be found around pretty much every corner (or hairpin bend).
Social housing complex residents to get shared electric bikes and cars
E-bike use is free during the two-year trial for residents in the new Christchurch units but taking out either of the two Nissan Leaf cars carries a charge.
You might already be doing 'green travel' and not know it
The 2021 Sustainable Travel Report discovered that 77 per cent of Kiwi travellers think sustainable travel is vital.
Govt urged to add e-bikes to EV subsidy scheme
Electric bikes are better for the environment than electric cars. But the Government is only helping people to buy the latter.