RSS Info

Keep informed

To keep up to date with developments on Nga Haerenga, The New Zealand Cycle Trail project, simply subscribe to the free New Zealand Cycle Trail RSS feed.

What is RSS?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a method of transmitting news headlines and other updates straight to your computer. With our free RSS feeds you can get the latest news releases from the New Zealand Cycle Trail website.

How to get our RSS feed

  1. Get an RSS reader
    You can use a feed reader built into a browser or email programme, download and install feed reader software on your computer, or use a web-based feed reader (see “Where can I get an RSS reader” below for more information.)
  2. Select the feed
    Either click this link and add the feed to your RSS reader or you can manually copy the URL below into your RSS reader.
    https://nzcycletrail.com/feed/
  3. Read the latest from the New Zealand Cycle Trail
    Your RSS reader will periodically retrieve the latest additions to the feeds you’ve chosen.

Important

Our feed is for personal use only. You may not publish headlines from this feed to a commercial web page without our permission.

Where can I get an RSS reader?

There are many kinds of readers, from stand-alone applications to web-based services, to those built into a web browser. Some of the more common ones are listed below. Most of these applications are free and should be easy to install and use.

Follow the instructions provided on the websites listed below to install or configure your reader.

Browser-based

The following web browsers have built-in feed readers:

  • Mozilla Firefox (Windows, Mac, Linux)
  • Opera (Windows, Mac, Linux)
  • Internet Explorer 7.0 (Windows)
  • Safari (Mac)
Email programmes

The following e-mail programmes have built-in feed readers:

  • Mozilla Thunderbird (Windows, Mac, Linux)
  • Outlook 2007 (Windows)
  • IntraVnews (Windows, plug-in for Microsoft Outlook)
Web-based services

All of these services are free, and will work with any recent web browser. All require registration and usually show ads as you read your feeds.

  • Bloglines
  • My Yahoo
  • Newsgator