The earth keeps rumbling: New Zealand is being hit by constant aftershocks. The tourist season has begun. Hundreds of visitors are stranded.
New Zealand, a small island nation floating in the southwestern Pacific, somewhere east of Australia is fed up with being left on the cutting floor.
Tourism regulation in Antarctica has become an urgent matter due to environmental threats, officials from the 53 member countries of the Antarctic Treaty warned at their annual meeting, held this week in Buenos Aires.
The number of New Zealanders worried about the impact the booming tourism industry has on the country is growing rapidly, according to a new survey.
Strong aftershocks have rocked Papua New Guinea's highlands, with rescue crews struggling to reach remote villages. The Red Cross has said 67 people were killed in last week's initial quake.
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