New Zealand

by carlee vogel

new zealand

new zealand is a good place to go with your family...
National Anthem New Zealand - God Defend New Zealand
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new zealand capital

the new zealand capital is wellington

terrain of new zealand

it is mostly mountainous and some coastal plains

climate of new zealand

New Zealand has a temperate climate with moderately alot of rainfall and alot of hours of sunshine. While the north has subtropical weather during summer and inland alpine areas of the South Island can be as cold as 14°F in winter most of the country lies close to the coast, which means mild temperatures.
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population of new zealand

th population gose up every year by alot of people
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ethnic group of new zealand

they have 1% middle eastern, latin american, and african people

they have 8% asian peoples

they have 6% pacific peoples

they have 13% maori

they have 10% new zealanders

they have 62% new zealand european

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languages

there ar lots of languages spoken in new zealand
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agriculture

they farm and have cattle.
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major religions

they have 7 major religions

historical

two historical facts
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indians

there used to be indians thet lived there
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old flag

this is new zealand's old flag
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type of government

famous actor from new zealand

famous singers from new zealand

famous athletes from new zealand

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john key

The role of the Prime Minister is not formally defined, being based on constitutional convention rather than specific legislation. According to these conventions, the Prime Minister is leader of Cabinet (itself a body existing by convention), and takes a co-ordinating role.

The Prime Minister is regarded by convention as "first among equals". He or she does indeed hold the most senior post in the administration, but is also required to adhere to any decisions taken by Cabinet. The actual ability of a Prime Minister to give direct orders is surprisingly limited; most of the position's power comes about through other means, such as:

  • The ability to set the Cabinet agenda, thereby controlling what issues will be discussed.
  • The ability to appoint and dismiss ministers. The extent to which this power can be exercised varies between different parties; the Labour Party, for example, places most of this responsibility in the hands of the Caucus, leaving the Prime Minister only with the power to choose which portfolios a minister is given. Furthermore, the MMP electoral system has complicated this, as the Prime Minister may have to consult with another party leader.
  • The influence a Prime Minister is likely to have as leader of the dominant party. These powers may give him or her more direct control over subordinates than is attached to the Prime Minister's role itself.
  • The power gained simply from being central to most significant decision-making, and from being able to comment on and criticise any decisions taken by other ministers.

colors of new zealands flag

its colors are red white and blue just like usa
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symbolism of new zealands flag

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famous artist from nz

famous paintings

three cities that are not in wellington

Wellington (pron.: /ˈwɛlɪŋtən/) is the capital city and second most populous urban area of New Zealand. It is at the southwestern tip of the North Island, between Cook Strait and the Rimutaka Range. It is home to 395,600 residents.

The Wellington urban area is the major population centre of the southern North Island, and is the seat of the Wellington Region – which in addition to the urban area covers the Kapiti Coast and Wairarapa. The urban area includes four cities: Wellington, on the peninsula between Cook Strait and Wellington Harbour, contains the central business district and about half of Wellington's population; Porirua on Porirua Harbour to the north is notable for its large Māori and Pacific Island communities; Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt are largely suburban areas to the northeast, together known as the Hutt Valley. Wellington also holds the distinction of being the world's southernmost capital city.

In 2008, Wellington was classified as a Gamma World City in the World Cities Study Group’s inventory by Loughborough University.[4] The 2010 Mercer Quality of Living Survey ranked Wellington 12th in the world.[5] In 2011 Lonely Planet Best in Travel 2011 named Wellington as fourth in its Top 10 Cities to Visit in 2011, referring to the New Zealand capital as the "coolest little capital in the world".[6]

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Christchurch

Though still recovering from the earthquake of February 22, 2011, Christchurch abounds with arts, adventure, and optimism. It's the gateway to the beautiful Canterbury region, featuring dramatic vistas and adventure sports set against a backdrop of lofty peaks. In the central city,
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Tours

New Zealand has a large network of tour operators and guided tours are a great no-hassle way to travel. Tours can also be customised for your own group.
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Backpacking

As a backpacker in New Zealand your experiences will be diverse, mixing nature and the outdoors with a splash of adventure, in a rich and pure environment.
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Walking & hiking

Hiking New Zealand is the best way to see beautiful landscapes and explore some of the vast wilderness areas. So grab a pack and put on your walking boots
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Whale watching

You can spot whales in the North Island, but it's Kaikoura in the South that is the main centre for whale watching in New Zealand.
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Horse riding

There is no better way to negotiate the ruggedly beautiful wilderness of New Zealand than on horseback.