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  • New Zealand Flag, Flags of New Zealand

    …official New Zealand flag gained impetus. Flag of the United Tribes of New Zealand The first New Zealand flag was adopted on 9 March 1834 after a vote made by the United Tribes of New Zealand. One of three flags that were initially proposed, this flag became known as the Flag of the United Tribes of…

  • PUKEKURA PARK - New Plymouth : New Zealand Tourism Guide

    …covers 52ha (128 acres) right in the heart of the city and is one of New Zealand's premier botanical gardens. The park has an international Green Flag award and is a Garden of National Significance. Please recommend us. * Contact Contact this business using the details below. Go to:   Web Site

  • Free Online Travel Games – Free Internet Games – Online Travel Ga...

    …put your knowledge to the test. Traveller IQ - Flags of the World Do you know which is the Union Jack or The Lonely Star? This online game is a great way to see how many flags you know. Traveller IQ - Oceania Australasia See if you can drop the flag in the right place in a quick-fire Internet game…

  • About New Zealand, New Zealand Information, Facts about New Zealand

    …brightest stars in the sky over New Zealand. In recent years, a change of flag has been debated with the popular black flag with a silver fern being one of the more popular choices. This unofficial New Zealand flag is often seen when Kiwis are on the world stage in sporting events. Early History…

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