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  • New Zealand Tourism Guide - Extended New Zealand Daylight Saving Hours

    …»Community » Extended New Zealand Daylight Saving Hours Lake Taupo, New Zealand Photographer: Gareth Eyres (www.exposure.co.nz) Extended daylight saving hours in New Zealand is a campaign that started in 2006 to gain enough support to extend the daylight saving period in New Zealand. A…

  • New Zealand Time, New Zealand Time Differences

    …Time New Zealand is one of the first places in the world to see the new day, 12 hours ahead of GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). In summer New Zealand uses 'daylight saving', with clocks put forward one hour to GMT +13. Daylight saving begins on the last Sunday in September and ends on the first Sunday in…

  • Southland New Zealand Scenic Highlights, Attractions in Southland NZ

    …will stay with you forever. Travel Insurance NZ DVDs NZ Products NZ Holiday Deals Southland Scenic Highlights Overview Southland has the longest daylight hours in New Zealand, so you'll have more time to enjoy yourself. Summer is the perfect time to discover Southland's gardens. The clarity of light…

  • January Weather in New Zealand

    …thing to remember when you are enjoying the Kiwi sunshine during the daylight saving months is adequate sun protection. New Zealand has a high UV index and it can take just 10 minutes to get burned by the sun in peak daytime hours (10-4pm). Follow local advice to "Slip, Slop, Slap and Wrap" and…

  • The Story of Maui and Tieke : Maori Legends, Stories and Myths

    …to catch the sun in the net, beat him into submission so that he would slow down his frantic race around the globe. This was to prolong the daylight hours and to give people more time to perform their daily tasks. So, on the fateful day that Maui decided to cast the net, his pet bird went with him.…

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