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The Land of the Long White Cloud: people, places, and everything that makes New Zealand unique.
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If it were an EU rather and an EEA national, the answer would be in the affirmative.
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before WWII NZ economy was very weak (an on the verge of bankruptcie) and was suffering inflation, During the war The British went to fight and needed food source, and considering the fact NZ main export was meat and dairy products, NZ farmers made a fortune, and boosted our econmy.
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Well they were affected alot.Many women had never been in paid work,so going from everyday housewife to factory work was quite a change!Many women worked in factories making weopons,tobacco,etc and worked in shops,on farms.Women and men at home setup committies to support the troops overseas by prov…
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NZ role was to help other country's fight the axis (germany,italy and Japan) and to prevent japan coming to bomb on NZ
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New Zealanders were part of the Commonwealth and when Britain entered the war the rest of the Commonwealth followed.
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Wherever you see colonization (from British, French, Portuguese, Spanish or Dutch), you will find that the indigenous people suffer. Look what has happened to the American native people, and Canada's First People and the Aborigines of Australia. Exactly the same thing happened in Aoteaora-New Zeala…
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Your country should have a type of Welfare and that's where you would go. They will lead you in the right direction.Good luckMarcy  Visit The Work & Income NZ website or The Inland Revenue website. There are various benefits & family support packages you may be entitled to, such as the…
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The first draw of Lotto took place on Saturday 1 August 1987. The winning numbers were 4, 8, 16, 29, 32, and 40, and the bonus number was 30. The first division prize was $359,808. And I'm pretty sure it was won by someone in Hastings.
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Answer "What are the inches of rain per year in New Zealand?" Approximately 48 inches of rain per year. Answer Average annual rainfall for New Zealand = 185 centimetres (source: Gale county and world rankings reporter 1996 p.282) or around 72.047 inches. It varies across the country. Some…
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The capital of New Zealand is Wellington. Wellington, located in the far south of the North Island, is the southernmost national capital in the world, but it is not the largest city in New Zealand. Its first name was Te Upoko o te Ika a Maui, translated as "the head of Maui's fish", which is a refer…
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According to Maori legend, Wellington was first discovered in the 10th century by the great Polynesian explorer Kupe and named Te Whanganui a Tara - the Great Harbour of Tara - after his son. Another early name for Wellington, from Maori legend, is Te Upoko o te Ika a Maui. In Maori it means 'the …
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The only non-stop flight between the two countries is between Vancouver (YVR) and Auckland (AKL). The flight is 11300km (7000mi) and takes 14 hours westbound (i.e. YVR to AKL) and 13hr 15min eastbound (i.e. AKL to YVR).
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The distance between Wellington, New Zealand and London, England is 11682 miles (18800 km) (10152 nautical miles) Flight: Wellington (WLG) to London (LON) Flight Duration * 26 hours 55 mins * Via Auckland International Apt, Auckland (AKL) It's almost halfway around the globe. New Zealand is 12 tim…
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The distance between Wellington, New Zealand and Sydney, Australia, is 1,378 miles (2,218 km) (1,198 nautical miles).However, the minimum distance between the continent of Australia and the islands of New Zealand can be found between the Resolution Island lighthouse in New Zealand's Fiordland and th…
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Generally, the cheapest time to fly to New Zealand is during New Zealand's summer. It is a popular place to visit during winter, as the snow sports are excellent, but the climate is much more pleasant during summer, and the tourist operators try to encourage visitors during the less well-patronised …
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Answer No, it was 1st August 1987!
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The flight time for flights between the above places is 15 hours This is an approximate travel time. The actual time might change depending on the flight path chosen, weather conditions, etc
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Air New Zealand, the national airline, have a good range of ticket prices.
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Much of the economic enthusiasm over the New South movement was killed by the Great Depression. The movement has seen several resurgences.
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bring a cup with you . pour some water from the sink in the new apartment does it look clear does it smell funny take a small taste
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About 11.5 hours if fly direct.
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The flight will take 22h 47min. I used the travel calculator online (TravelMath).
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Henry Sewell was the first leader of New Zealand, but in his time this position was known as "Premier". It was during Richard Seddon's tenure (1 May 1893 - 10 June 1906) that the term "Prime Minister" became the official title for New Zealand's leader.
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Answer Because there are a lot of pigs and they root up the ground. Pretty much right. The area was named by early surveyor John Turnbull Thomson, who was famous for giving animal names to this area (such as Eweburn, Hogburn, etc), often flavoured by his Scottish-English border ancestry (burn =…
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The 1970s and 1980s saw a number of refugees arriving in New Zealand. They were fleeing war and came from Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.
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The time difference normally varies from 17 to 21 hours depending on which part of America you come from and whether New Zealand has day light saving at that time of the year. So if you are in New York which is 5 hours behind GMT and it is summer in New Zealand, then the time difference is 17 hours.…
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New Zealand went to war in 1939 because it was part of the British Commonwealth, along with Australia and Canada for example. They were also allies of the British.
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Answer Salaries in this field may vary in accordance with geographic regions, community size, and budgets. There is potential for job advancement and higher earnings in supervisory positions as chief investigators, assistant shelter managers, shelter managers, or executive directors. The Society …
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New Zealand Fibreglass Showroom & Factory: 109 Morrin Road, Panmure, Auckland, New Zealand Postal Address: P.O. Box 14-174 Panmure, Auckland 1741, New Zealand Model Crafts and Hobbies PO BOX 11-227 Wellington New Zealand Phone +64 4 801-8767 Fax +64 4 801-8942 Email modelcrafts@xtra.co.nz S…
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Answer How old ?-1940
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Waitangi Day is celebrated on the 6th of February each year.
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The most recent official population figures for New Zealand are from June 2012, when the estimated population was 4 433 000. However, a population clock which estimates the country's population at any given time, can be found at the related link below. On 2 March 2014, the population of New Zealan…
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New Zealand sent around 100,000 men and women to the conflict. The population at the time was just over 1 million, so a significant portion of the population went. Around 18,000 died and around 40,000 were wounded. Given the population of New Zealand at the time, this casualty rate per capita was gr…
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Answer New Zealand fought for their own independence and as well as Australia. They were ANZAC's and they fought for each other. =]
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he moved to new york but he's home twon is virgaina.
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2,721 died and 4,752 injured
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Well his mummy and daddy wondered what what would happen if they 'did it'. 9 months later..........
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Kaimai Kaimai - 8879 m - opened 12 September 1978 - near Apata on the East Coast Main Trunk Railway Line to Tauranga. It is the longest rail tunnel in New Zealand.
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Aoraki Mount Cook is located in the South Island of New Zealand.
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New Zealand is often referred to as NZ, Aotearoa (Maori name, means land of the long white cloud), Gods own country/God Zone, New Zild
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38 proper ranges i think.
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Answer See links below for answer.
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HM Queen Elizabeth II is head of state of New Zealand.
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NZ art reflects the things going on in New Zealands culture at that time..Before the arrival of the Europeans (about 1870 in any numbers) the Maori had a highly developed culture in music, oral literature, painting and in particular, sculpture and carving in wood and natural stone. Their art was hig…
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Not all species of kiwi are endangered, but they are all certainly under threat. The biggest threat to the kiwi comes from dogs, feral cats and other imported pets including the stoat, of all things, as well as ferrets. New Zealand has no native predators. Being a small, flightless bird, the kiwi's …
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To fight for the British Monarch.
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New Zealand consists of two main islands, which are the peaks of the submerged continent of Zealandia, which likes under the south pacific ocean east of Australia.New Zealand is the emerged parts of a large continental landmass, now undersea, called Zealandia. This is roughly the size and shape of …
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OzBevNet.com's online beverage directory is a unique one stop reference for anyone who needs full contact details and background information on all the current local operators and suppliers in the Australian and New Zealand non-alcoholic beverage industry. OzBevNet.com Beverage Directory
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Once New Zealand was established as a separate colony on 3 May 1841, Captain William Hobson was appointed Lieutenant-Governor of New Zealand.
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Proply Kirwee.... Shot for the question cuz
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There are a few spiders in the world that are said to be so highly venomous that they count as being deadly. It is commonly believed that the Brazilian wandering spider is the most venomous spider. There have been over 7000 recorded bites. If a person is bitten by this species there is a good chanc…
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A desert, the Grand Canyon snakes, scorpians.Nw Zealand is in the southern hemisphere,it flows with flowing green hills and is a great tourist atraction. New Zealand's main exports are beef and lamb. A New Zealander Edmund Hllary was famous to be the first ever person to climb Mount vers and is on t…
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Answer The stars represent the Southern Cross and the Union Jack in the corner represents our history with Britian.
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Answer 1,294,000 (2007 estimate).
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The Homer Tunnel was started construction in the 1930s depression as one of the projects used to withdraw single men [= troublemakers in some eyes] from the cities. [Similar projects for similar reasons were the planting of the Kaingaroa Forest, and the road down the Hollyford, intended to reach Ha…
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travel to Singapore and queue and the bank to deposit it.
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On the North Island of New Zea land, is the largest and most populous urban area in the country with a population approaching 1.4 million residents, 31 percent of the country's population.
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Answer Shipping boats take an average of 21 days Los Angeles to Auckland/Tauranga
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probably about 25% of the viechles on the road. but then again what is a boy racer? somebody who speeds on the roads, does burnouts and generally makes a nuciance? or does this include people who modify their cars in a certain way? not all of us young people with tuned cars are boy racers. Such a…
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The teacher referred to the page in a book on where to find something.
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Most pollution in the Waikato River is chemical fertilizer runoff from farms along its banks. Arsenic is a dangerous pollutant in the river, and most of this comes from the Wairakei Geothermal Power Station. Several towns pump barely-treated sewage into the river. (Hamilton's sewage treatment plant…
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Many people take drugs in New Zealand, but the majority of these will be prescribed by proper medical authorities. In addition, there is a sizable business in "health preparations", some as innocent as mega vitamin C, and these are outside the prescribing framework. And as in any society, there are…
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Answer New Zealand certainly isn't 17 hours behind Washington (State or D.C.). Assuming your question is hypothetical ("if" New Zealand is  17 hours behind "Washington"), leaving on 9:00, 5th March on an 18 hour trip, you would arrive in New Zealand at 10:00 the same day (local time)/3:00 "…
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it is an Islamic university located in the city of sana'a. exteremly strict Islamic practises in all subject areas. different sections Qua'an and Islamic studies and Seeriah (life of the prophet) as well as a science sectoim.
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Abel Janszoon Tasman of The Netherlands was the first European to sight New Zealand, doing so in 1642, but he did explore the islands. At the time he believed it to be part of the same continent to which Van Diemen's Land (now Tasmania) belonged.
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Because its a great country and people love it here, because of the great scenery 
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The New Zealand national that had just won it.
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The air distance from London, England, to Auckland, New Zealand, is 11,388 miles. That equals 18,327 kilometers. That equals 9,896 nautical miles.
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The average hourly pay for a nurse in New Zealand is 26 dollars per hour. Their average yearly wage will all depend what kind of facility they work in and how many hours they work per week.
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the population is 4,173,460
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New Zealand, which is its own country, is located where it is because that is where the lava from the volcanoes formed it and the water movements.
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I've been to New Zealand five times and I would say 4 out of every 10 people smoke; 40% of their population.
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Minimum wage in New Zealand for someone over 16 is NZ$13.50 an hour. (unless you are aged 16 or 17 and a 'New Entrant' to the workforce) but some franchises pay $15.00 per hour for all employees - even those aged under 16.
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Taumatawhakatangihangak oauauotamateaturipukaka pikimaungahoronukupokaiwhe nua kitanatahu(not actually the name of a city) the longest name of a city is probably Palmerston North or Tamakimakaurau
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Answer The Tasman Sea, rather than a strait, separates Australia and New Zealand.
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The Longest Name of Place in New Zealand Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahononukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu Good luck pronouncing it! Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateapokaiwhenuakitanatahu is a hill in North Island. It appears in the Guinness Book of World Records for ha…
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About 13 000 miles. about 2 days in a large jet plane.
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The driving age shouldn't be raised because it's not mostly teenagers in nz, it's just a few that are ruining it for all and plus i have done a lot of research on this topic and it is saying that there has been more fatal and expensive accidents from elderly than there have been with teenagers. Furt…
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it is 42kms long and 10kms wide. It is thus long and not very wide, so a finger lake I suppose
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55 Years ago in 1953!!! Im sure we'll do it November though..... http://www.rugbyrelics.com/Museum/exhibits/WvNZ.htm
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The first New Zealand leader was Henry Sewell, although the title was not "Prime Minister" but "Premier". The term "Prime Minister" was assigned during Richard Seddon's tenure, and the first man to be sworn in under the title of Prime Minister was William Hall-Jones.
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Rugby Union is NZ second most popular sportRugby League is fourth.
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The Great Piako Swamp was drained to become the Hauraki Plains.
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Convergent: this means one plate bumbs into then goes under another plate. Eg: Like when sex happens!
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The flight would be 14 hours long.
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1St you have to have money 2nd you need to go to the newsagency3rd when u get to the newsagency purchases the lotto ticketthen its all good luck from there
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Answer Mount Eden.
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In the south island in Ashburton Lakes.No. The Douglas Glacier, named after pioneer explorer Charlie Douglas, is in the head of the Douglas river, which joins the Karangarua River, then the Copeland River in mid Westland.
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New Zealand has no native land-based mammals apart from the Bat (pekapeka in Maori) There are no koalas in New Zealand, as the koala is native to Australia.
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The National Football ( soccer ) team. Because they wear all white jersey, shorts, and socks
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Answer It is Mt Cook in the South Island Mount Cook. Was 12,349 feet prior to the tip falling off several years back. It is also known by its Maori name, Aoraki.
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