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Articles about auckland

Travel & Places
by 2birdswith1stone
8 years ago
Top FIVE things to do in Auckland, New Zealand

Planning a trip to Auckland, New Zealand but not sure which place to visit? Below is a list of the top five locations that are considered as must-sees.

Travel & Places
by trailblazing
9 years ago
4 Must See Places in New Zealand

Queenstown

Most tourists who have visited New Zealand will recommend Queenstown as being a town everyone must visit. Marketed as a city for adrenalin seekers, Queenstown certainly offers that and much more. If you only intend to bungy jump, sky dive or go white water rafting once in...

Travel & Places
by irobinson1984
8 years ago
New Zealand: Inexpensive Camper Van Travel Guide

All you need to know on how to enjoy your time in New Zealand without a lot of money.

Technology
by simon
8 years ago
Amazing Whale Photos

Everyone knows whales are awesome, but when you see these photos you'll fall even more in love with these amazing creatures.

Entertainment
by wordspeller
6 years ago
Top Five Music Video Clips by Shihad

Listening to the music of Shihad is like... what? Nothing you have ever heard before. As one of New Zealand's most long-standing and outstanding alternative rock bands, they are loud, hard and courageous, and have been in the local and international music scene for more than two decades. Intense in concert, Shihad's success has been steadfast and everlasting.

Travel & Places
by J Hopkins
7 years ago
New Zealand: A guide to the best places for your vacation

This is a great guide for people wanting to visit New Zealand. It shows a list of locations here with a summary of what you can expect to see and do. Each location is categorized to help travellers wanting either a relaxed or adventure vacation.

Health
by PonderSpot
8 years ago
What is Les Mills Body Pump?

Body Pump is a 60 minute barbell based exercise class set to music. Body Pump is created and distributed by Les Mills International, which was founded in and is based in New Zealand.

by kelsorogers
10 years ago
Canterbury Museum - Christchurch, New Zealand

Christchurch is a gem of a city and the largest city on the magnificent South Island of New Zealand. Behind Auckland, Christchurch is New Zealand's second largest population center. The population for the entire area is about 370,000, but Christchurch is so friendly and accessible that it...

Travel & Places
by wordspeller
6 years ago
How To Transport A Dog To Canada From New Zealand

Traveling to Canada is no longer the hassle it used to be. With non-stop flights from Auckland, you can touch down on the runway at Vancouver International Airport, in less than 15 hours. Flying to the land of maple syrup and ice hockey isn't just restricted to people either. If it's time to move to Canada, don't worry about having to leave your friendly pooch behind. You can arrive at the same destination at the same time, no sweat.

Entertainment
by wordspeller
6 years ago
History of Grunge Music

Grunge music had a major effect on the course of music in the 1990s. Its sound was unearthed by bands, such as Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, Screaming Trees and Mudhoney, and promoted as the next 'big thing' by music companies. All of a sudden, grunge was on television, radio stations and magazines ever

Travel & Places
by footloose
8 years ago
Travel Therapy: A Book Review

If you have a desire to travel, even if you cannot afford it in the present economy, this book is for you. It is chock full of travel therapy trips and information to soothe and enlighten your needed therapy!

Travel & Places
by Lodewijk
9 years ago
New Zealand

It is sometimes jokingly said that the people of New Zealand are afraid they'll fall off the map one day. And when you look at the classical Europe centered version of the world map, that joke actually makes sense. New Zealand is the island country in the bottom right...

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Christmas in July: Origins and Mindset

Do you find yourself daydreaming about Christmas in July ideas? What is the origin of the holiday at the opposite time it is commonly celebrated? These questions are answered in this article about a holiday that is being doubled in many areas on earth!

Travel & Places
by lights522
5 years ago
Visit The World's Most Perfect Country: New Zealand

  If you have been wanting to get away and travel, New Zealand is an amazing country to travel to. Located in the Pacific, neighbours with Australia and Fiji, New Zealand is one of the most beautiful countries you may every get the chance to travel to. You may...

History
by Mezo
8 years ago
Top Events in 2011

2011 was full of dramatic and world changing events.  From Japan to Osama bin Laden, come see what made our list.

Travel & Places
by bguide
10 years ago
10 Amazing Skyscrapers Around The World


In almost every major city in the world you'll find one of not half a dozen steel giants cascading upwards into the heavens. Skyscrapers are a tribute to our 21st century achievements and are a sign of a world on the rise. If you're an architectural student, hobbyist or working...

Health
by JudyE
8 years ago
The Benefits of Dragon Boat Racing for Breast Cancer Survivors

Dragon boat racing has become a highlight for many women suffering from breast cancer. The spirit of the women shines through in the names they have chosen for their clubs. Peterborough's team calls themselves Survivors Abreast, in Kentucky, the initial Kentucky dragon boat team is Kentucky Thorough-Breasts bringing to mind the racing industry which is so strong there.

Technology
by JudyE
8 years ago
Ratites - The Kiwi

The kiwi is a true icon of New Zealand. The New Zealand people themselves are commonly referred to as 'kiwis'. The kiwi, along with the ostrich, emu, cassowary and rhea, is a ratite meaning it has no keel to the sternum and so is incapable of flying.

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
6 years ago
Presumed Serial Poisoner, Mary Ann Cotton

A poor working-class widow, Mary Ann Cotton has passed into history as a vicious serial poisoner, mercilessly killing her loved ones for financial gain.  She was vilified in the press most likely because of her station in life (as were more modern judicial victims, the early 1900s' Martha Rendell and the 1980s' Lindy Chamberlain of "the dingo ate my baby" infamy). Mary Ann's story, however, upon closer inspection may prove to be completely false; her execution may in fact have been one of history's more shameful miscarriages of justice.

Technology
by Toebunkers
7 years ago
Megaupload.com: The Man Behind the $500 Million Internet Phenomenon

Kim Schmitz began life on January 21, 1974 in Kiel, Germany. As a youngster Schmitz had a plan. He wanted to make money. Lots of it. The most obvious way for Schmitz to achieve this was to sell the product that everyone wanted and somehow undercut the competition.

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