RSS feeds from www.tourismnewzealand.com
News and Media Releases
World Cup News
What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. With a piece of
software called an RSS reader, you can be informed when new content
is available on Tourism New Zealand's websites, and save yourself a
lot of time too.
After you've subscribed to a feed such as the ones listed above
using an RSS reader, the reader will periodically check the site
and any other subscribed websites for new stories and features, and
will display summaries for you to review in an email-like format.
This is much faster than visiting several websites in turn and
clicking through many pages to look for new content, as all the
searching is done for you.
How do I use RSS?
To use RSS, you need to perform two key steps:
- Setup an RSS Reader
- Subscribe to the RSS link using the RSS Reader
Attempting to view the RSS link in your ordinary web browser
will likely give you a page full of text and code. You will get
much better results if you view the link with your RSS reader.
Wikipedia has more information on RSS and RSS
readers. All you have to do is choose a reader to your
liking, download and install it (desktop-based), or sign up to it
(web-based) and follow the instructions. Once you have chosen an
RSS reader, use the reader to subscribe to the RSS feeds on this
site to receive Tourism New Zealand updates.
Some recommended RSS Readers: