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New Zealand Sub-Antarctic Islands: -51.563412, 168.387451
Te Wahipounamu – South West New Zealand: -45.068671, 167.295685
Tongariro National Park: -39.184901, 175.595856
Auckland Volcanic Fields: -36.887584, 174.780378
Waters and seabed of Fiordland (Te Moana O Atawhenua): -45.595783, 167.119904
Kahurangi National Park, Farewell Spit and Canaan karst system: -41.115475, 172.475276
Kerikeri Basin Historic Precinct: -35.215472, 173.968763
Kermadec Islands and Marine reserve: -29.266667, -177.916667
Napier Art Deco historic precinct: -39.489253, 176.918660
Whakarua Moutere (North East Islands): -34.176336, 172.048546
Waitangi Treaty Grounds historic precinct: -35.265815, 174.081613
Poor Knights Islands: -35.476880, 174.727638
Rotorua Geothermal Area: -38.355783, 176.367516
Waitomo Caves: -38.260675, 175.103616
Fox Glacier cave: -43.464480, 170.017588
Tongariro Alpine Crossing: -39.100897, 175.648582
Whakarewarewa Redwood Forest: -38.156878, 176.272394
Huka Falls: -38.648636, 176.090050
Franz Josef Glacier: -43.387329, 170.183288
Bridal Veil Falls: -37.908518, 174.896250
Hooker Valley Track: -43.703337, 170.098245
Cape Reinga: -34.428779, 172.680487
Lake Pukaki: -44.186331, 170.127371
Shotover River gorge: -44.833476, 168.710717
Sky Tower: -36.848684, 174.761967

 

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  • Glider crash in Wanaka

    A glider has crashed near Lake Hawea in Wanaka.St Johns spokesman Gerard Campbell said there were reports of a glider crash about 2km east of Lake Hawea about 6.40pm.He said a helicopter had been sent from Queenstown to help out.More...
  • Mountain biker suffers puncture wound in collision

    A 70-year-old mountain biker has been flown to hospital after a collision with another rider.The BayTrust Rescue Helicopter was send to a mountain bike track near Kinloch, Lake Taupo at 12.30pm today. The man had collided with...
  • Ngati Whakaue leader Pihopa Kingi dies

    Ngati Whakaue has lost its great rangatira Pihopa Kingi after the leading kaumatua died in Rotorua Hospital today.The 88-year-old had suffered a cancer relapse and had been told just under four weeks ago he only had four weeks to...
  • Wellington mayor puts lunch date on auction block

    Wellington's mayor Justin Lester is going on a date - but it's not an affair, it's all to help a local school. He's agreed to a lunch date with whoever makes the highest bid on a TradeMe auction , which is raising money for Brooklyn...
  • Givealittle page set up to help bring home Kiwi who died in London accident

    A "young, happy and beautiful" New Zealander who died in a tragic accident in the UK has donated her organs to help save other lives.Kiwi Toni Kelly was living in London when she was severely injured in an accident. She was put...
  • Rare Goldie pencil drawing among items offered for sale by family member of artist

    A pencil drawing by renowned New Zealand artist Charles Goldie which has never been seen in public will be up for sale for the first time next week.The drawing of Maori guide Sophia has been in Goldie's family since the artist finished...
  • Serious crash in Waiuku, south of Auckland

    A person is being choppered to hospital after a serious two-car crash in Waiuku, south of Auckland.The crash happened at the intersection of Hermitage, Masters and Allcock Rds.Emergency services were called at 5.45pm, and arrived...
  • Maaki Emery remanded in custody without plea

    A teenager who evaded police for three weeks after allegedly taking a police car has appeared in court. Maaki Te Huirau Emery, 18, appeared in Rotorua District Court today via audio visual link. He faces a raft of charges, including...
  • Shot Wellington taxi driver Alem Tessema feared erratic behaviour before shooting

    The Wellington taxi driver shot in the shoulder last weekend was already afraid of his passengers' erratic behaviour before the attack.Alem Tessema said the passengers were "hiding" in the back seats of the taxi wearing sunglasses...
  • Police investigating after man turns up at New Plymouth hospital with gunshot wound to chest

    Police are investigating after a man turned up at New Plymouth hospital with a gunshot wound to the chest.A Taranaki District Health Board spokeswoman said the patient had been discharged today, but couldn't provide any further...
  • America's Cup and APEC will cost up to $277m

    The cost of hosting the America's Cup and Apec conference in Auckland during 2021 is up to $277 million, says a report released today.The America's Cup bases will cost between $147m and $187m and a further $90m of unbudgeted money...
  • Father's anguish over missing autistic son

    The father of missing autistic man Nigel Peterson says the family is struggling to come to grips with not knowing what's happened.The search for the 33-year-old was suspended at 4.30pm today and will resume again tomorrow morning.Nigel...
  • Parents win rethink on school bus cuts in Howick, Pakuranga, Botany

    East Auckland parents have won a halt on controversial plans to axe dedicated school buses and make school children catch regular public transport.Auckland Transport spokesman James Ireland says the agency has agreed to go back...
  • Search suspended for missing fisherman

    The search for a fisherman missing offshore from Waihi has been suspended for the day.The 24-year-old Rotorua man went fishing with his brother-and-law and 10-year-old nephew in a 4m aluminium dinghy last night.The search for...
  • Minister orders report on 'too hard' maths exam

    Education Minister Chris Hipkins has ordered a full report on a maths exam which more than 30 maths teachers say was too hard.Yesterday's Level 1 exam for the National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) reduced some...
  • How good is your maths? The questions that drove 15-year-olds to tears

    Level 1 maths students would have had to know the formula for quadratic equations to answer one of the questions in yesterday's exam - a formula that maths teachers say is not taught until Level 2.The exam left some students in...
  • Political Roundup: Horse trading over waka jumping

    The Green Party was briefly in the headlines late last week when one of its internal strategy documents was accidentally emailed to the media. The document contained the suggestion that the party is considering voting in favour of...
  • The Block NZ houses jump in new rateable values, but still still short of $1.3m plus touted

    The Block NZ former properties have all grown in value well above the minimal profits reaped by contestants in the latest season of the reality TV show. All of the Northcote properties in the 2017 season saw a jump in new rateable...
  • Urgent review ordered of Christchurch's delayed $300m metro sports facility after $75m blowout

    An urgent review of Christchurch's delayed $300m Metro Sports Facility anchor project has been ordered after the new earthquake rebuild minister learned it was facing a $75m budget blowout.Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration,...
  • Mongrel Mob joins search efforts for missing man

    The man at the centre of a search and rescue operation offshore from Waihi has been trying to turn his life around, friends and family say.The 24-year-old Rotorua man went fishing with his brother-and-law and 10-year-old nephew...