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The magazine that celebrates our country in all its diversity - its people, places and wildlife.
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NZGeo Apr 27
Issue 157 is out in stores and online now!
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NZGeo Dec 16
Quite a few people calling to ask about our 2019 calendar - it comes free with the Jan/Feb issue of the magazine. That issue is in shops now or being mailed this week if you buy a subscription online.
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NZGeo Dec 16
Last call for Christmas post! You can buy gift subscriptions to NZGeo anytime, but Dec 17 is the last day we can get magazines delivered before Dec 25. (We can send the Jan/Feb issue to you to wrap up & give - or directly to the person you love.)
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Charlie Mitchell Dec 16
A remarkable story about Gloriavale by Anke Richter for
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Deep South Challenge Oct 31
It's thrilling, and chilling, to read this new feature on the impact of climate change on our water cycle and what it means for New Zealanders, from farmers, irrigators and energy producers to local councils and communities
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NZGeo Oct 29
Issue 154 of is out in stores and online now!
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NZGeo Oct 25
And that's a wrap! You can check out all the winners here:
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NZGeo Oct 25
WINNER: Panasonic People's Choice Award 2018 Congratulations Derek Morrison!
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NZGeo Oct 25
WINNER: Nikon Photographer of the Year 2018 Congratulations Derek Morrison!
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NZGeo Oct 25
WINNER: Young Photographer of the Year 2018 Congratulations Toby Dickson 📷:
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NZGeo Oct 25
WINNER: Resene Colour Award 2018 Congratulations David Wall!
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NZGeo Oct 25
WINNER: Electric Kiwi Wildlife Category Winner Three-year-old sea lion Vega surfs alongside Derek Morrison at St Kilda Beach, Dunedin. 📷: Derek Morrison
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NZGeo Oct 25
RUNNER-UP: Electric Kiwi Wildlife Category Grey-faced petrels return from a day spent foraging at sea to their colonies on the Mokohinau Islands. 📷: Edin Whitehead
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NZGeo Oct 25
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Electric Kiwi Wildlife Category Swallows argue over a perch, an image Simon Runting captured after two hours photographing their high-speed fights. 📷: Simon Runting
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NZGeo Oct 25
WINNER: Panasonic Lumix Timelapse Category As day turns to night, glowworms illuminate Footwhistle Cave, Waitomo. 📽: Stephen Patience (@stephen_patience_photography)
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NZGeo Oct 25
RUNNER-UP: Panasonic Lumix Timelapse CategoryIcebergs in the Hooker Valley Lake below Aoraki/Mt Cook shift restlessly during the long winter night. 📽: Isaac Smart (@isaacsmartphotography)
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NZGeo Oct 25
WINNER: Adshel Society & Culture category During Waitangi Day celebrations in the Bay of Islands, two crew members prepare to row to Tii Beach. 📷: Dean Purcell
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NZGeo Oct 25
HIGHLY COMMENDED: Adshel Society & Culture In fast-fading light, a fisherman casts a line on Bethells Beach, Auckland. 📷: William Booth
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NZGeo Oct 25
RUNNER-UP: Adshel Society & Culture category In February, Cyclone Gita swamped Ken Richards's property in the small town of Granity on the West Coast. 📷: Iain McGregor
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NZGeo Oct 25
WINNER: Progear Photostory category Protestors occupy the site of a subdivision to be built on an archeologically significant area in Ihumātao, Auckland. 📷: Qiane Matata-Sipu
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