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  • New Zealand Colonisation, Colonisation in New Zealand

    …time, intertribal Māori warfare was frequent, and the arrival of guns, which Māori traded from Pakeha, made it deadly. This, and the diseases brought by the Pakeha, had a terrible effect on the Māori population, and their numbers started to steeply decline. Colonial Wave With the…

  • New Zealand Immigration and Visa Information - Departure Tax Information

    …Web site. Agricultural Restrictions and Quarantine New Zealand's agricultural industries are free of many insect pests, and plant and animal diseases common elsewhere in the world. We put a lot of effort into minimising the risk of these being introduced at ports and airports. Heavy fines may…

  • New Zealand History, New Zealand Māori Heritage and History

    …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 Māori population decline to only about 40,000. Before 1840, there was about 2000 Pakeha (Europeans) in New Zealand, most living…

  • Meditation Retreats in New Zealand, Meditation Centres in New Zealand

    …has been known to help: * Reduce stress levels * Rejuvenate the body * Lower blood pressure * Stabilise hormone levels * Recuperate from grief or disease * Physical, mental and emotional states * Internal contemplation * Improve concentration Different meditation centres in New Zealand are located…

  • New Zealand History Information & Historical Places

    …to the Chathams from the South Island of New Zealand. In the late 18th century there were about 2,000 Moriori living on the Chathams. However, disease and attacks from Māori saw the numbers of this peace-loving tribe become severely depleted. The last full-blooded Moriori is believed to have…

  • Early Settlement in New Zealand, New Zealand Settlement

    …to the Chathams from the South Island of New Zealand. In the late 18th century, there were about 2,000 Moriori living on the Chathams. However, disease and attacks from Māori saw the numbers of this peace-loving tribe become severely depleted. The last full-blooded Moriori is believed to have…

  • May 2018 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …closing to the general public on 1 May 2018. The closure of the park is aimed to protect to kauri trees, currently at risk due of kauri dieback disease. Auckland Council will begin work on upgrading tracks and improvements to the park to re-establish coastal connectivity and multi-day walking…

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