Once New Zealand was established as a separate colony on 3 May 1841, Captain William Hobson was appointed Lieutenant-Governor of New Zealand.
New Zealand was established as a separate British colony on May 3, 1841.Captain William Hobson was first appointed Lieutenant-Governor of New Zealand by Letters Patent on November 24, 1840. He became full governor upon its separation from New South Wales in 1841.Sir George Gipps was the first governor "over" New Zealand, in his capacity as Governor of New South Wales, following the Treaty of Waitangi on February 6, 1840.
Sir Jerry Mataparae is the Governor-General of New Zealand. He was appointed by the Queen on the advice of Prime Minister John Key in August 2011.The previous Governor-General was Sir Anand Satyanand. He was appointed into the role in 2006 by the Queen on the advice of Helen Clark, the Prime Minister at the time.
New Zealand became a British colony in 1841.
Jeremiah Mateparae is the Governor General for New Zealand.
New Zealand became a colony of Britain in 1840 following the Treaty of Waitangi, with a Governor appointed by the Colonial Office of the British Government. In 1907, New Zealand became a Dominion in the British Empire, and the office of Governor was renamed Governor-General. The Governor-General's role is to represent the Queen (Elizabeth II) in New Zealand, which means opening parliament, signing legislation into law, dissolving parliament, signing regulations, etc. Some historians describe the Governor-General as New Zealand's "de facto Head of State".
New Zealand rough skate was created in 1841.
The current Governor-general of New Zealand is Anand Satyanand.
No, New France was ruled by a governor appointed by the King NOT the King's council
Judges are appointed by the Governor-General on the recommendation of the Attorney-General, a member of Cabinet. The convention in New Zealand is that the most senior members of the Court of Appeal are appointed to the Supreme Court as judges on that court retire or resign. Judges in the Court of Appeal are appointed from the High Court, and judges in the High Court are appointed from senior members of the legal community.
Captain William Hobson was the first Governor of New Zealand, 1840 - 1842.
No, it is Wellington. Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and was the capital from 1841 to 1865.
The Capital of New Zealand was moved from Russell to Auckland in 1841 then to Wellington in 1865.
The Governor-General is appointed by the Queen on the advice of the Prime Minister of the day. The current Governor-General was appointed on the advice of Helen Clark, in 2006. Governors-General serve for a term of around 5 years, so the current Governor-General will leave office in 2011 and John Key will advise the Queen to appoint a new one.
No. Auckland is a city in New Zealand. It is the largest city in New Zealand and was the capital from 1841 to 1865.
Russell 1840-1841, Auckland 1841-1865, Wellington 1865-
The principal residence of the Governor General of New Zealand is Government House in Newtown, Wellington.
Sir Anand Satyanand is the governor-general of new zealand
New Zealand's first capital city was Old Russell (Okiato) in 1840-1841. Auckland was the capital of New Zealand 1841-1865. Wellington became the capital in 1865.
This is the Governor-General. The current Governor-General in New Zealand is Hon Anand Satyanand, who was sworn in as New Zealand's 19th Governor-General in August 2006.
1 April, 1841
New Zealand was discovered by the British on May 3, 1841. The British hoped New Zealand would become a humanitarian colony. They wanted to protect the settlers there.
He was appointed by the nobility in France (basically the king hired him
The Governor General is the Queen's representative.
Queen Elizabeth of New Zealand represented here by the governor general.