NZ Events, Rain Or Shine!

Published: Fri 14 Dec 2007 12:25 AM
NZ Events, Rain Or Shine!
Planning for the weather has never been as easy now that visitors to the MetService website can view the best events their region has to offer with a live feed from
Whether it’s music, performance, exhibitions, festivals or sport; anyone from Kaitaia to Invercargill can now plan their weekend and beyond while looking up the local weather on
‘What’s On’ is a new feature on each of the 42 regional weather pages, listing the major events happening in the next three weeks. is produced by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage to encourage more people to participate in cultural and sporting events and activities around New Zealand.
The website’s manager, Jackie Hay, says ‘What’s on’ is a win-win for users and for cultural organisations who list their events on
“By working with the MetService we’re making it easy for people to find out about major events around the country while they check out the weather.”
Nicola Burroughs, Consumer Market Development Manager at MetService agrees.
“People visit to plan their day. ‘What’s On’ is a great additional service that will help them organise even more activities – indoors or outdoors, rain or shine.” is in the top 20 websites in New Zealand and is New Zealand’s most comprehensive national events guide. By teaming up they’ve created a stress-free approach to planning outings with New Zealand’s ever-changing weather in mind.

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