- 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