New Zealand Identity 2012

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A pinterest Board for the Identity topic being studied by my Year 9 classes.

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Milford Sound – A Majestic Wonder In New Zealand

Mitre Peak stands above Milford Sound in the Fiordland region of New Zealand. It apparently resembles the mitre hat worn by Bishops. It is one of the countries most visited and photographed natural features.

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Buzzy Bee is a small pull along child's toy. It was produced in massive numbers in the 1950-80's. Made from wood with small springs for the antennae. When pulled along by the string it would click and the wings would rotate. It was a favourite with generations of New Zealand children and many grandparents still buy one for their mokopuna today. Unfortunately the toy is now manufactured overseas and some parts are now plastic.

Whale Rider, directed by NZer Niki Caro, based on the novel by prominent NZ Maori writer Wiki Ihimaera. Best Kid Movies, Romance Movies Best, Most Popular Movies, Good Movies, Keisha Castle Hughes, Whale Rider, Movies Worth Watching, Original Movie, Film Movie

WHALE RIDER One sheet Movie poster New Zealand Cinema | Moviemem Original Movie Posters

Whale Rider (2002) Directed by Niki Caro. Stars: Keisha Castle-Hughes, Rawiri Paratene, Vicky Haughton, Cliff Curtis. RARELY SEEN Original Australian one sheet movie poster 27" x 40" rolled, fine - very fine unused condition, minor edge wear.

Welcome to the NZ Rugby Foundation - we enable life's opportunities by partnering with NZ's seriously injured players for life. Rugby League, Rugby Players, Steve Hansen, Rugby Union Teams, International Rugby, All Blacks Rugby, New Zealand Rugby, King And Country, Sports

Colin Meads was a King Country farmer who played for the All Balcks for 14 years (1957-71). Often considered to be one of our greatest players, he was famous for his hard uncompromising play and his fierce determination to win. Part of an enormously successful 1960's team he epitomised the quiet determined Kiwi bloke.

SIR EDMUND HILLARY & TENZING NORGAY New Zealand mountaineer, explorer and philanthropist and Nepali Sherpa mountaineer. They were the first climbers confirmed as having reached the summit of Mount Everest, on May Nepal, Machu Picchu, Auckland, Trekking, Mount Everest, Le Tibet, Himalaya, Top Of The World, Mountaineering

Who really was first to climb Mount Everest?

The enduring controversy over who was first to climb Mount Everest could soon be settled after an Australian adventurer set off to find evidence that British climber Andrew "Sandy" Irvine was first to scale the peak.

The Kauri tree is a native of New Zealand. It is one of the largest trees (by volume) in existence. There are very few left as widespread logging in the 19th century depleted most stands. The largest remaining tree is Tane Mahuta (Lord of the Forest) in the Waipoua Forest in Northland. This picture is of "Te Matua Ngahere" (Father of the Forest) is the second largest but probably the oldest of the remaining Kauri trees and is estimated to exceed 2000 years. Kauri Tree, Long White Cloud, New Zealand Houses, South Island, Native Plants, Trees To Plant, Mother Nature, 19th Century, To Go

The Kauri tree is a native of New Zealand. It is one of the largest trees (by volume) in existence. There are very few left as widespread logging in the 19th century depleted most stands. The largest remaining tree is Tane Mahuta (Lord of the Forest) in the Waipoua Forest in Northland. This picture is of "Te Matua Ngahere" (Father of the Forest) is the second largest but probably the oldest of the remaining Kauri trees and is estimated to exceed 2000 years.

The All Blacks are the national rugby football team. The name relates to their uniform and a misquote from their 1905 tour. Black has become a major theme of their Adidas advertising. This image was placed onto a Air NZ 737 for the 2003 RWC campaign. All Blacks Rugby Team, Nz All Blacks, Rugby Quotes, Bet Football, New Zealand Rugby, World Cup Winners, Rugby World Cup, Rugby Players, Rugby Teams

The All Blacks are the national rugby football team. The name relates to their uniform and a misquote from their 1905 tour. Black has become a major theme of their Adidas advertising. This image was placed onto a Air NZ 737 for the 2003 RWC campaign.

Australia: anything with Vegemite on it. I really wanted to like this but couldn't. Even they said it's an aquired taste. So the search continues for Australia. Aussie Food, Australian Food, Australian Recipes, Australian Plants, Pavlova, Carne Asada, Tostadas, New Zealand Food, Mushy Peas

Vegemite - Wikipedia

In New Zealand most people can be divided into those who love Vegemite and those who hate it. A by-product of the brewing industry it is made from yeast. Generally spread thinly over toast it is a breakfast meal, although it can also be used in soups to add flavour. Some people prefer the taste of Marmite which is a similar product, although many foreigners cannot see the appeal of either.

Pavlova is a meringue-based dessert named after the Russian ballet dancer Anna Pavlova. It is a meringue dessert with a crisp crust and soft, light inside. Aussie Food, Australian Food, Desserts Rafraîchissants, Dessert Recipes, Fruit Dessert, Holiday Desserts, Stevia Recipes, New Zealand Food, Pavlova Recipe

The Pavolva is a large meringue that is covered in fresh cream and fruit. Its origins are claimed by both NZ and Australia. It is accepted it was named after the famed ballerina Anna Pavlova who visited Australasia in the early 20th century. In most households in the 1930-80's a Pavolva was usually central to desserts served at important ocassions.

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Corriedale sheep were the first breed of sheep developed in New Zealand. The ability to refrigerate meat saw a massive development in Sheep farming after 1882. At times there were as many as 20 sheep for every New Zealander. This meant that many people depended upon sheep or affiliated industries for their living. Today this has fallen to about 5 per person.

The Sky Tower is an observation and telecommunications tower located on the corner of Victoria and Federal Streets in the Auckland CBD, Auckland City, New Zealand. Places To See, Places Ive Been, Auckland New Zealand, Air Tickets, The Beautiful Country, Architecture Old, Famous Places, Top Destinations, Urban

InfoBarrel

InfoBarrel is an online magazine created by its millions of users. After editorial review we publish any topic provided it is educational or teaches you how to do something. If somebody has a passion for a topic, InfoBarrel is the place to read and write about it.

New Zealand was the first country in the world to introduce universal suffrage. Thus the right to vote. Katherine Wilson Sheppard March 1847 – 13 July was the most prominent member of New Zealand's women's suffrage movement. Great Women, Amazing Women, Moving To New Zealand, Suffrage Movement, Right To Vote, Antique Photos, Countries Of The World, Hero, History

Kate Sheppard, suffragist leader

Kate Sheppard, the head of the franchise and legislation department of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, became the most prominent leader of the suffrage campaign.

Colim McCahon was apainter who emerged in New Zealand with a new and distinctive style. Many of his works challenged the norms of what was and wasn't art. Some contained a strong religious theme. This is his painting 'A question of faith'. New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Identity, Faith, This Or That Questions, Sayings, Kiwi, Words, Artists

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Colim McCahon was apainter who emerged in New Zealand with a new and distinctive style. Many of his works challenged the norms of what was and wasn't art. Some contained a strong religious theme. This is his painting 'A question of faith'.

Canvas Print (other products available) - circa Lord Ernest Rutherford - the British atomic physicist awarded the Nobel prize for chemistry in (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images) - Image supplied by Fine Art Storehouse - Canvas Print made in Australia Ernest Rutherford, Nobel Prize In Chemistry, British English, Science, Physicist, History Books, Nz History, White Man, Black White

Ernest Rutherford was a scientist who worked in Cambridge, studying physics. He was the first to split the atom. His work would eventually lead to the Manhattan Project, but also to the many Nuclear power stations around the world.

Cathedral Square has always been the heart of Christchurch. According to English tradition, the presence of a cathedral meant that Christchurch was officially a city well before the size of its population justified this status. New Zealand. Places To See, Places Ive Been, House Relocation, Anglican Cathedral, Christchurch New Zealand, Houses Of The Holy, Sacred Architecture, Place Of Worship, Capital City

The Cathedral in Christchurch was built in the 19th century and is an iconic building situated as it is in the cities main square. It suffered severe damage in the 2 earthquakes on 2009/10.