Glaciers in New Zealand
Maori children
Northland, New Zealand
Queen Charlotte Sound
Routeburn Track
Boating in Taupo
Tongariro, New Zealand
Wellington, New Zealand

New Zealand Government

Search again 

1 - 10 of 96 Results

Show per page
  • New Zealand Language, Language of New Zealand

    …In the present, the Maori language is commonly used in the media and at school. A recent survey by the New Zealand government shows about 130,000 people speak some Maori. A visit to New Zealand will introduce you to many Maori place names, such as Onehunga, Whangamomona, Kahikatea and Nguru. There…

  • New Zealand Cycling, New Zealand Bike Tours

    …pace and values A healthy city has healthy biking. In 2002, the New Zealand Government released an ambitious national transport strategy, which includes cycling in New Zealand as a key mode of transport: "By 2010 New Zealand will have an affordable, integrated, safe, responsive, and sustainable…

  • New Zealand Colonisation, Colonisation in New Zealand

    …remained strong. However, successive New Zealand governments saw the USA as their major ally and protector. New Zealand signed the joined SEATO (South-East Asia Treaty Organisation) and signed the ANZUS (Australia, New Zealand, and United States) Pact. New Zealand troops also fought with US forces…

  • New Zealand History, New Zealand Maori Heritage and History

    …come to New Zealand. Most came with assistance from the New Zealand Government. By 1900 there were over half a million Pakeha in New Zealand, while war and disease had seen the Maori population decline to only about 40,000. Before 1840, there was about 2000 Pakeha (Europeans) in New Zealand, most…

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

    …  Governance New Zealand is a constitutional monarchy under England and while the Queen is the head of state, New Zealand effectively governs itself through its parliamentary system with a Prime Minister. The public votes every three years which often sees a change in government. The two…

  • New Zealand Flag, Flags of New Zealand

    …of Crux, the Southern Cross, as it seen from New Zealand. Initially used only on government ships, it wasn't until 1902 that it was made the official flag of New Zealand. The need for an official New Zealand flag was first recognised when a New Zealand trading vessel was seized by customs officials…

  • New Zealand Saltwater Fishing, Sea Fishing New Zealand

    …around most of the New Zealand coastline. Kahawai, an express speedster and leaper, when hooked will take with abandon a fly cast from a boat or river mouth. Other fish species such as skipjack, tuna and trevally can give spectacular sport too. In the 1980's the New Zealand Government moved to ban…

  • Kerikeri History New Zealand

    …the New Zealand Historic Places Trust. Waitangi - Birthplace of a Nation Maori Marae, Waitangi Bay of Islands, Northland Photographer: Ben Crawford (www.bencrawford.co.nz) Waitangi is known as the birthplace of New Zealand, and is located just a short drive from Kerikeri. The British Government sent…

For more listings please click: 1 2 3 4 5Next

Powered by Site Search powered by SLI Systems