South African chef 'too fat' to live in New Zealand
"Authorities in New Zealand have told a South African chef he is too fat to be allowed to live in the country.
Immigration officials said Albert Buitenhuis, who weighs 130kg (286 pounds), did not have "an acceptable standard of health"...
New Zealand has one of the highest obesity rates in the developed world, with nearly 30% of people overweight...
His obesity put him at "significant risk" of complications including diabetes, hypertension and heart disease."
New Zealand earthquake: Christchurch deaths rise to 75
"The earthquake struck at a shallow depth of 5km (3.1 miles) on Tuesday lunchtime, when the South Island city was at its busiest."
+ a VIDEO + PICTURES
2011 Christchurch earthquake
"a 6.3-magnitude earthquake... struck the Canterbury region in New Zealand's South Island at 12:51 p.m. on 22 February 2011 local time ."
- A painting showing the history of Greymouth District
"is seen on a building in the town in New Zealand. Families were informed there would be no survivors after a second blast occurred at the Pike River mine 50 kilometres north of Greymouth on New Zealand's west coast."
Human genes to be injected into goats, cows, and sheep
"Scientists have been given permission to put human genes into goats, sheep and cows for the next 20 years, to see if the animals will produce human proteins in their milk...
AgResearch hopes human proteins made by the animals could eventually be used to make "biopharmaceuticals" to treat rare human diseases
and boost New Zealand's income in the pharmaceuticals market."
- New Zealand
3 Foreign relations and military
4 Local government and external territories
6 Flora and fauna
10.1 Olympic Games
10.3 Yachting, America's Cup
11 Public holidays
12 International rankings...
- ANZAC Day
"is commemorated by Australia and New Zealand on 25 April every
year to remember members of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps
(ANZAC) who landed at Gallipoli in Turkey during World War I..."
- New Zealand : LINKS
"The following contains a section explaining
what 'haka' actually is
and what it means, as well as the many different styles
Focussing on Ka mate, the haka performed by the All Blacks,
there are a few paragraphs on its origin, a translation
of the words,
and a brief description of how it relates to rugby.
Finally there is a bibliography for further reading
and links to other maori-related websites."
- with a video of Kapa O Pango
- a New Zealand icon
Watch the animation.
New Zealand Day :
Cliparts and Photos :
Zealand : Des photos (photoway.com)
Auckland-Rotorua / Les Maoris / Wai-O-Tapu / Taupo / Around
- ** Sarah : School rules in New Zealand ** par Sarah (Wellington, New Zealand) - 8 septembre 2011
Sarah tells us about the rules in her school in Wellington, New Zealand.
Lesson plans :
Zealand: see an article, a word game, a story,
a cartoon, some trivia and links. (British Council)
- Whale Rider
"a 2002 movie based on the 1987 novel by New Zealand Maori
author Witi Tame Ihimaera. Whale Rider is an adaptation of the book
with the author's involvement by Niki Caro, who also directed..."
2 Production and Awards
5 See also
6 External links