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  • New Zealand General Statistics, General New Zealand Statistics

    …has an independent judiciary headed by the five-member Supreme Court. There are about 270 judges in New Zealand. Commercial law is increasingly compatible with Australian law. New Zealand Exports Principal exports are dairy products, meat, forest products, machinery, fruit and fish. Food processing…

  • New Zealand Weddings, Honeymoon in New Zealand

    …amazing landscape will provide a memorable setting for your special day. Couples residing outside of, but marrying within New Zealand, are required by law to lodge a Notice of Intended Marriage. To apply for a marriage certificate in New Zealand see the Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages Web…

  • June 2017 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …The new travel law places a ban on tour operations subsidising tour prices by packing itineraries with selective shopping destinations. Before the law was created, Chinese tourism companies could add on another 30 percent to the cost of New Zealand tours promoted in China. The law includes measures…

  • Dunedin Railway Station New Zealand

    …"Gingerbread George". Troup designed the Dunedin station in the Flemish Renaissance style, similar to that of Otago University and the nearby Law Courts. It is built of Kokonga basalt with Oamaru limestone facings and incorporates a variety of shapes, textures and materials. Original…

  • Bay of Islands History New Zealand, Bay of Islands Historical Places NZ

    …this is the agreement between Māori chiefs and the British Crown known as the Treaty of Waitangi. At the same time as establishing British law in New Zealand, the Treaty guaranteed Māori authority over their land and culture. The British Government sent Captain William Hobson to New…

  • Kerikeri History New Zealand

    …establishing British law in New Zealand, the Treaty guaranteed Māori authority over their land and culture. The treaty was translated and signed by 43 Northland chiefs, followed by over 500 other Māori chiefs in 1840. The Treaty of Waitangi remains central to New Zealand law and society.…

  • Mangonui History Information New Zealand

    …for a price, and as a place for hard liquor. In pre-1840 the British did not control New Zealand meaning British law was not enforced, this combined with the fact that local Māori law was of no interest to the settlers and the settlers themselves where of the roughest sought, meant it became a…

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