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  • Wanganui History, History of Wanganui New Zealand

    …European land claims. Travel Insurance NZ DVDs NZ Products NZ Holiday Deals Wanganui History Overview The European settlement of the Wanganui region is a focal point in New Zealand's history. The resident Māori population held great resentment over the European purchase and settlement of the…

  • Taranaki New Zealand | Travel Tourism and Accommodation NZ

    …huge, dramatic volcanic cone with a snowy top in winter months. Taranaki‚Äôs main areas include New Plymouth (population 74,000), Hawera (South Taranaki population 26,000) and Stratford (population 8,900), with many small towns worth exploring between. more Taranaki is connected to Auckland on just a…

  • North Island Regional Information & Travel Information New Zealand

    …Capital City of New Zealand—Wellington. As of the 2006 census, the North Island held a resident population of approximately 3,059,420, or approximately three quarters of the entire population of New Zealand. Highlights Mount Mauao Photographer: Ben Crawford (www.bencrawford.co.nz) Situated in…

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

    …Polynesian population of any city in the world. Auckland has about one third of the population (over 1.3 million), followed by the capital city of Wellington and the South Island city of Christchurch (each has approx 400,000). In 15th place is Gisborne, with a population of around 35,000. Population

  • New Zealand Regional Information & Travel Information

    …coastlines, deeply indented fiords and lush rainforests. Comparable in size and/or shape to Great Britain, Colorado or Japan, New Zealand has a population of only four million—making it one of the world's least crowded countries. It is a haven for those seeking peace, rejuvenation and…

  • Far North Regional Information New Zealand

    …activities and escapist relaxation. You'll find that Māori culture is still very much alive in this region (32 percent of the population are Māori), and you'll also enjoy the shopping, dining and entertainment possibilities that stem from the distinctive local culture—which…

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