You have all missed the point about what went on in this case.
Yes, there is a dispute pending for newzealand.com. A very strong response has been filed by one of the top lawyers in this area.
Now, notice in the .biz dispute, both of the parties agreed that the government has a trademark for "New Zealand". This was the plan - to get a decision saying that they had a trademark. Only problem is that the panelist did not go along with the plan, and said the country did NOT have a trademark (but transferred anyway out of sheer weirdness).
Then, both of the parties requested non-publication.
Now, put all of those facts together. The parties agreed on two things - (1) the government of New Zealand has a trademark and (2) they don't want a decision saying otherwise to be published.
-jberryhill (too lazy to look up my icannwatch password again)