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New Zealand parrot Kakariki
August 1, 2017

New Zealand parrot Kakariki

“He came in flocks in the seventies; he was a scourge in the eighties; he was shot in thousands for his destruction of grain and fruit; then gradually he seemed to disappear; and now he is rarely heard near civilised parts.” Such were the words of a commentator early last century on the poignant fate of the “pretty little parrot”, the Kakariki. In the seventies…

Jack Spratt New Zealand Flax
May 28, 2017

Jack Spratt New Zealand Flax

Sunset climate zones:7 - 9, 14 - 24 Growth habit:Compact Growth rate:Fast Average landscape size:Reaches 18 in. tall and wide. Blooms:Summer Design IdeasThese little bronze strap-leafed plants are resilient yet lend a decidedly tropical character to any planting. Smaller size means they fit nicely into city gardens, courtyards and along side yards. Excellent…

Tauranga New Zealand climate
May 20, 2017

Tauranga New Zealand climate

If you love the sun, you’re bound to soak up plenty of rays while you’re here. Coastal Bay of Plenty is home to New Zealand’s sunniest town, Whakatane, which basks in more than 2 sunshine hours every year. And our region’s biggest city, Tauranga, isn’t far behind in the sunshine stakes. That’s why tens of thousands of visitors flock to our white sand beaches…

Weather Omaha New Zealand
May 16, 2017

Weather Omaha New Zealand

Sea temperature Wetsuit recommended Forecast set face Sea height Forecast Swell: Dir: Period: Wind: Forecast wind & wave conditions Every 6 hours The daily rating is the best rating as forecast for that day. The forecast wind and waves above have been automatically generated by MetOcean Solutions Ltd s computer weather modeling system and have not been…

Tours in Queenstown, New Zealand
May 8, 2017

Tours in Queenstown, New Zealand

With so much to do and discover in Queenstown, you could easily spend a whole week here, but if you are looking for day trips in the surrounding areas, here are a few great options. Wanaka 1 hour from Queenstown – 66 km The charming lakeside town of Wanaka will welcome you with open arms. Get up close with nature in some of the South Island’s most beautiful surroundings…

Top of the Lake New Zealand
November 16, 2015

Top of the Lake New Zealand

It seemed an appropriate issue in a tiny, sleepy town in which time seemed to have stood still. Here was a classic example of how New Zealand - and in particular this enchanted part of it - can sometimes feel that it belongs to another epoch. Frequently it is likened to the Britain of the Fifties: a place of old-fashioned values, welcoming courtesies – and a…

New Zealand MBA Scholarships
April 5, 2015

New Zealand MBA Scholarships

On 9th August 2010, John Key, the prime minister of New Zealand launched a $1 million scholarship program for MBA candidates. This program is aimed at senior managers and executives, who are looking to access top business programmes in the world. This has been a welcome move for Business schools in Europe, especially schools in UK, which has been the main recipient…

Names of women in New Zealand
January 21, 2017

Names of women in New Zealand

Richard Heathcote Renee Wickliffe is one of two members of the provincial champion Counties Manukau team who has been given a New Zealand contract for 2017. Eight new players have scored New Zealand women s sevens contracts for the 2017 season. Coach Allan Bunting named a 20-women squad on Thursday which included 18 full contracts and two training contracts…

Wineries New Zealand South Island
April 15, 2017

Wineries New Zealand South Island

New Zealand s food and wine are almost designed for each other. For a small country, New Zealand has an impressive array of unique food and dining styles which are complemented by top quality wines. Restaurants, Dining and Cuisine New Zealand s Pacific Rim cuisine style takes its inspiration from regions and countries such as Europe, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia…

New Zealand Bangladesh Cricket
February 4, 2015

New Zealand Bangladesh Cricket

Bangladesh cricket team lost the first Test to New Zealand by seven wickets in Wellington on Monday. It was their 73rd loss in 96 Tests. But that’s not the real story here. Never in the history of Test cricket has a team scored more in an innings to lose that match. Bangladesh scored 595 in the first innings of the Test but scored only 160 in the second. Following…

Cambridge High School New Zealand
January 6, 2016

Cambridge High School New Zealand

Cambridge High School was first established in 1883 and has a long proud record of academic, cultural, and sporting achievement. Cambridge High School is a co-educational state secondary school. Students from the town of Cambridge and surrounding rural areas attend the school. International students, both fee paying and exchange, are welcomed. The school is very…

Motel Hanmer Springs New Zealand
February 20, 2016

Motel Hanmer Springs New Zealand

Stuff your suitcase and prepare for new adventures! When you use Expedia.co.nz to reserve a room at any of the hotels, motels, or resorts in Hanmer Springs, , you’ll save time and money. Our massive selection of over 37 accommodation options makes it simple for you to find incredible deals on local hotel options, whenever the urge to travel strikes. Save a bundle…

New Zealand trade mark Office
April 2, 2016

New Zealand trade mark Office

All fees exclude GST (15%) and are in New Zealand Dollars (NZD). Search and preliminary advice Item Amount Request for search (per class) $40 Request for preliminary advice (per class) Application Application for a trade mark (per class) $150 Application for additional class(es) (per class) Renewal Trade mark registrations (per class, every 10 years) $350 Opposition/hearings…

New Zealand main economic Activities
September 29, 2015

New Zealand main economic Activities

New Zealand’s economic activity is largely based on its natural environment. For example, agriculture, tourism and power generation all depend upon the environment. Despite this interdependence, in the past the environment has been viewed as a passive resource for exploitation by a boundless economy. Early economy New Zealand first entered the European world…

Restricted licence New Zealand
March 7, 2017

Restricted licence New Zealand

You must: be at least 16½ years of age, and hold a current learner licence, and have held a current learner licence for at least six months. How do I apply for a restricted licence? To book your restricted licence practical driving test you must: OR book your restricted licence practical driving test over the phone or internet. For information and instructions…

New Zealand wineries Marlborough
February 5, 2017

New Zealand wineries Marlborough

Marlborough enjoys high sunshine hours and a temperate climate so that visitors can experience all of Marlborough’s diversity through the season. No matter what time of year, there is always something going on in Marlborough, New Zealand. There are over 30 cellar doors in Marlborough, why not take advantage of a pre-arranged wine tour with a local operator and…

Animal Welfare Act New Zealand
March 22, 2017

Animal Welfare Act New Zealand

(May 19, 2015) On May 5, 2015, the New Zealand Parliament unanimously passed the Animal Welfare Amendment Act (No. 2) 2015, which includes an amendment to the long title of the principal legislation, the Animal Welfare Act 1, in order to specifically recognize animals as sentient. (Animal Welfare Amendment Act (No 2) 2015, s 4, New Zealand Legislation website;…

New Zealand Glow worms
October 26, 2016

New Zealand Glow worms

1. Te Anau Glowworm caves At only 12 years old, Te Anau Glowworm Caves are one of the youngest in New Zealand. Cruising through the Te Anau Glowworm Caves is a calm and peaceful visit, so take your mum. 2. lake Rotoiti Take a dreamy night kayaking tour along a beautiful lake full of Maori history. 3. Waitomo caves The most accessible and popular black water rafting…

Open a company in New Zealand
July 28, 2016

Open a company in New Zealand

Every company must have at least one director that lives in New Zealand or lives in Australia and is a director of a company incorporated in Australia. A person can t be a director of a company if they are: under 18 years of age an undischarged bankrupt otherwise prohibited from directing, promoting or participating in the management of a company under any statutory…