100% Pure New Zealand

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The following videos are all 100% Pure New Zealand Advertisements. 100% New Zealand Tourist Board video This is a beautiful video of incomparable New Zealand. Active volcanoes, quiet resorts and raw nature, New Zealand, consists of the North and South Islands. New Zealand is a peaceful country where the people are friendly and where over one quarter is protected wilderness, it is no wonder New Zealand never fails to impress. This...

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Electrical Plugs

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New Zealand uses another type of Electrical plugs compared to other parts of the world. New Zealand power outlets take electrical plugs with three flat pins, one of which is an earth pin. Some power plugs don’t have the earth pin but they still fit into the power outlets. Electricity in New Zealand is supplied at a minimal voltage of 230-240 volts and 50 hertz. The pins on New Zealand power plugs look something like this: The...

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New Zealand’s top 5 favourite TV programs

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A recent survey revealed that 53% of New Zealanders favourite TV is comedy with reality based coming second. Here is a list of New Zealand’s top 5 favourite TV programs 1. Outrageous Fortune NZ The show, now in its third series shown on TV3 on Tuesday nights. The show has won many awards and become a real part of Kiwi culture. read more 2. The Simpson’s The Simpsons is an animated American sitcom produced by Matt Groening for the Fox...

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The Simpsons

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The Simpsons is an animated American sitcom produced by Matt Groening for the Fox Broadcasting Company. It is a ironic lampoon of the “Middle American” lifestyle characterized by The Simpsons, which consists of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie. The show is set in the imaginary town of Springfield, and makes fun of the many aspects of the American culture, society and human form. The Simpsons has won several major...

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Outrageous Fortune NZ

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The show, now in its third series is shown on TV3 on Tuesday nights. The show has won many awards and become a real part of Kiwi culture. Outrageous Fortune is a New Zealand TV comedy and drama series, produced in 2005 by South Pacific Pictures. The show has since won the following awards New Zealand TV Awards for 2005 winning Best Drama, Best Actress going to Robyn Malcolm and Best Actor going to Antony Starr, Best Director Mark...

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Punk’d, Jackass and The Osbournes

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Jackass has to be my favorite. It’s an American TV program, that shows people doing dangerous, outrageous, and self injuring crazy stunts and pranks. Website: http://www.mtv.com/ontv/dyn/jackass/series.jhtml

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Angel

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Angel is a follow-on from the American TV series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The show details the on-going trials of the vampire, Angel, who is cursed with a soul brought back to him by Gypsies as a punishment after more than a century of murder and torture of innocent lives. This leaves him suffering from guilt and regret. He later moves to Los Angeles and helps people with supernatural related issues while searching for his own...

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Friends

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Friends is a US state of affairs comedy about a group of six friends living in the New York City borough of Manhattan. It was originally broadcast from 1994 to 2004. The show is famous world wide as it has been broadcasted in over one hundred countries. Friends is the best series ever produced and the acting is wonderful.

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New Zealand in Top 10 Travel Destinations

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Did you know New Zealand was listed as one of the top 10 travel destinations? It was discovered by a recent worldwide poll of 32,000 travellers. Lonely Planet, a well-known travel guide has graded New Zealand as one of the top ten travel destinations in the world at number 2 with the title “favourite destination”. It follows Australia and is in the lead of Great Britain, Thailand, Greece, Italy and the United States. New...

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Travel safety and insurance

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General Insurance and Safety New Zealand is one of the safest holiday destinations in the world. However, you are advised to observe the same precautions with your personal safety and possessions as you would in any other country or at home. We recommend you invest in comprehensive travel insurance before departing. Health and Medical Insurance New Zealand is a country without snakes or dangerous wild animals, making it safe for...

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New Zealand Exchange rates and currency

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New Zealand’s unit of currency is the New Zealand dollar (NZ$), comprising coins with values of 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, $1 and $2, and notes with values of $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. There is no restriction on the amount of foreign currency that can be brought in or taken out of New Zealand. However, every person who carries more than NZ$10,000 in cash in or out of New Zealand is required to complete a Border Cash Report....

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About the North and South Island

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New Zealand is split into two Islands basically, the North and the South and many very small islands in the south-western Pacific Ocean. Almost everyone coming to New Zealand for vacation will be wondering and asking themselves what is there to see in both islands and is it worth touring both. Well below we have provided some information to help you make that decision. The North Island There are almost over four million people that...

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Religion

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New Zealand is mostly of European descent, with M?ori being the largest minority. The main religion is Christianity with Anglican, Roman Catholic and Presbyterian being the most common. Other religions here are Islam, Hinduism, Judaism and Buddhism.

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People and Population

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The population of New Zealand currently stands at approx 4 million with about 2.7 million residing in the North Island and 921,000 in the South Island. Greater Auckland (New Zealands) biggest commercial city) has approx 1 million of the population of New Zealand. In terms of it’s people you will find that New Zealand is a bicultural society made up of Maori and Europeans nationalities. The vast majority live in the South of the...

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Climate and Weather

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Climate Ever heard of the saying ?four seasons in one day? well that?s what it can be here in New Zealand ? believe it or not the weather can change unexpectedly. Because of this, you should be prepared for sudden changes in weather and temperature if you?re going to be venturing in outdoor activities. New Zealand generally speaking has mild temperatures with fairly high rainfall, and many hours of sunshine throughout most of the...

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Language

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English is the common language of New Zealand. Unlike some countries like UK for example, there is a little difference in accents from one part of the country to another, however you may detect a Scottish accent in the southern half of the South Island and other locations where confined to a small area was particularly strong. In terms of the English written form, New Zealand tends to follow the British rather than U.S Spellings. As...

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Politics

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New Zealand is a legitimate monarchy. The Queen of England (Queen Elizabeth II) is the reigning monarch and Head of State. At present under the microscope is Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) parliamentary system, an electoral system that has helped a wider range of mps into parliament since it was introduced in 1996. Currently New Zealand is a labour led coalition that is led by the Prime Misiter Helen Clark. A few facts about New...

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Maori Culture

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A big enticement for visitors to New Zealand is the exciting culture of New Zealands first citizens, Maori?s. After being threatened with extinction at the turn of last century, Maori civilization enjoyed a new beginning towards the end of the 1970s. The Maori language, carvings, performing arta-both traditional and modern-and kappa haka are successful. The most popular tourist attraction for visitors to experience all of these is...

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The Landscape

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It’s beautiful, it’s far away and it’s unlike any place you’ve visted. New Zealand is one of the ultimate travel destinations in the Southern Hemisphere, with something for just about anyone. There is an unlimited selection of quality tourist attractions and activities for a fun filled vacation while in New Zealand. New Zealand comprises of 3 main islands and these are the North Island, South Island and Stewart...

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