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Articles about zealand

Travel & Places
by Lodewijk
10 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...

Sports
by cerande
6 years ago
Most Intense Rivalries In Cricket #4: Australia Vs New Zealand

The article explains one of the best rivalries in cricket- Australia and New Zealand.

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.

Health
by MayaTenney
9 years ago
The Facts About the Green Lipped Mussel

Another name for the New Zealand green lipped mussel is Perna Canaliculus. It enjoys great as a cultivated species of New Zealand. It is basically a bivalve mollusk and belongs to the family of Mytilidae. The Perna Canaliculus has a very wide distribution. So much that it covers the...

Lifestyle
by alexwhite305
8 years ago
7 New Zealand Treasures You Won't Find in a Tourist Book

Going to New Zealand or just curious about what's different in New Zealand from America? Here are five things to give you a taste of what is unique 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...

Lifestyle
by JudyE
9 years ago
A Tribute to the Light Horsemen of Australia - The Desert Mounted Corps Memorial

On the top of Mt Clarence, Albany, Western Australia, a 9 metre high free-standing cast bronze statue shows an Australian mounted soldier defending a New Zealand soldier who stands beside his wounded horse. The memorial commemorates those members of the Desert Mounted Corps who lost their lives in Egypt, Palestine and Syria between 1916 and 1918, specifically the men of the Australian Light Horse Brigade, the Imperial Camel Corps, the Australian Flying Corps and the New Zealand Mounted Rifles.

Travel & Places
by lights522
6 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...

Environment
by David James
8 years ago
Tokelau leads the way in renewable energy

Tokelau is a small Pacific nation that is about to become a world leader. In September, 2012 it will become the first country in the world to become entirely powered by renewable energy.

Lifestyle
by SamanthaDS
3 years ago
Notable World Leaders Who Weren't Natives of the Countries They Led

Many politicians in history have risen to some of the highest offices in the world who didn't actually originate from the country that they would represent.

Travel & Places
by jackh
7 years ago
Cool Activities to Try in New Zealand

I list what I think are the coolest activities to try out in New Zealand while on your vacation here.

Entertainment
by Tom_Carver
9 years ago
The Magic and Mystery of Collecting Postage Stamps

An introduction to the magic of collecting postage stamps. Magic related postage stamp images are shown as well as information on the stamp issuers from different countries and the stamps that they have produced. Pure philately magic.

Business & Money
by Wild Ginger
5 years ago
Buying a Home in New Zealand: The First 3 Steps

After saving up your 20% home loan deposit and before searching for your new home, here are the first 3 steps to take to make a confident purchase.

Travel & Places
by Eileen Kersey
10 years ago
Prince William, the next King of England?

Currently the rightful heir to the British throne is Prince Charles. For many years, there has been speculation though, that he will not succeed his mother. Since Charles' all too public divorce and long standing affair with Camilla Parker Bowles things have changed somewhat. Although now lawfully married...

Travel & Places
by wordspeller
7 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.

Lifestyle
by Dude88
8 years ago
Stores that Carry Active Manuka Honey

More and more stores carry Active Manuka honey. Make sure to read the label securely in order to get the product you are looking for. Active Manuka is collected from the wild, uncultivated Tea Tree bush which is indigenous to New Zealand. Active Manuka aids the healing...

Entertainment
by Tom_Carver
9 years ago
Top 10 Postage Stamp Issuers

Postage Stamps from around the world featuring the top 10 postage stamp issuers. A selection of stamps are displayed featuring a postage stamp from each of the top ten stamp issuers.

Entertainment
by tekaha
8 years ago
Taika Waititi's Film, Boy

This article discusses the New Zealand film, Boy, written and directed by Taika Waititi.

Entertainment
by wordspeller
7 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.

Technology
by JudyE
9 years ago
Sheep Breeds Endemic to the United Kingdom - The Romney

The Romney is one of Britain's indigenous sheep breeds. It belongs to the long wool group and produces good fleeces of strong wool, suited to carpet-making and upholstery. Its adaptations to the lush forage and extreme conditions of its native marshes made it quite at home in New Zealand and the Falklands where it is now the predominant breed.

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