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  • Waitakere Ranges

    The Waitakere Ranges are a chain of hills in the Auckland Region, generally running approximately 25 km (15.5 mi) from north to south, 25 km west of central Auckland, New Zealand. The maximum elevation within the ranges is 474 m (1555 ft). The range…

  • Waikanae

    Waikanae (English pronunciation: /ˌwkəˈn/, Māori pronunciation: [ˈwaikaˈnaɛ]) is a small town on New Zealand's Kapiti Coast.

  • Petone

    Petone (/pɛˈtni/, Māori: Pito-one) is a major suburb of the city of Lower Hutt in New Zealand. It is located at the southern end of the narrow triangular plain of the Hutt River, on the northern shore of Wellington Harbour.

  • Orewa

    Orewa, a town in New Zealand's North Island, lies on the Hibiscus Coast, just north of the base of the Whangaparaoa Peninsula and 40 kilometres north of central Auckland. Orewa's population was 7,326 in the 2006 Census, an increase of 1,692 from 200…

  • Mount Albert Grammar School

    Mount Albert Grammar School (MAGS) is a semi co-educational state secondary school in Mount Albert in central Auckland, New Zealand. It teaches from year 9 to year 13. Mount Albert Grammar is one of the largest secondary schools in the country. It i…

  • Kordia

    Kordia is a New Zealand government-owned broadcast and telecommunications company, operating in Australia and New Zealand. It provides national communications services for broadcast and telecommunications customers in New Zealand, as well as special…

  • King Country

    The King Country (Māori:Te Rohe Pōtae) is a region of the western North Island of New Zealand. It extends approximately from the Kawhia Harbour and the town of Otorohanga in the north to the upper reaches of the Whanganui River in the south, and fro…

  • Kaikohe

    Kaikohe is a town in the Far North District of New Zealand, situated on State Highway 12 about 260 km from Auckland. It is the largest inland town and highest community above sea level in the Northland Region.

  • Hamilton Urban Area

    The Hamilton Urban Area is a New Zealand urban area in the Waikato Region. It is the fourth largest urban area in the country with a population of 218,800. At its centre is Hamilton City, New Zealand's fourth largest territorial authority.

  • Court of Appeal of New Zealand

    The Court of Appeal of New Zealand, located in Wellington, is New Zealand’s principal intermediate appellate court. It is also the final appellate court for a number of matters. In practice, most appeals are resolved at this intermediate appellate l…

  • Cathedral Square, Christchurch

    Cathedral Square, locally known simply as the Square, is the geographical centre and heart of Christchurch, New Zealand, where the city's Anglican cathedral, ChristChurch Cathedral is located. The square stands at the theoretical crossing of the cit…

  • Auckland Northern Motorway

    The Auckland Northern Motorway (known locally as the Northern Motorway, and historically as the Auckland–Waiwera Motorway) in the Auckland Region of New Zealand links central Auckland City and Puhoi in the former Rodney District via the Hibiscus Coa…

  • Wellington City Council

    Wellington City Council is a territorial authority in the Wellington urban area of New Zealand. It is New Zealand's third-largest city by population, behind Auckland and Christchurch. Wellington city extends as far north as Linden, and includes the …

  • Te Aroha

    Te Aroha is a rural town in the Waikato region of New Zealand with a population of 3,768 (2006 census). It is 53 km northeast of Hamilton and 50 km south of Thames.

  • Rolleston, New Zealand

    Rolleston /ˈrɒləˌstən/ is the seat and largest town in the Selwyn District, in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand's South Island. It is located on the Canterbury Plains 22 kilometres (14 mi) south-west of Christchurch, and is considered a satellit…

  • Otorohanga

    Otorohanga is a north King Country town at the southern end of the Waikato region in the North Island of New Zealand. It is located 53 kilometres south of Hamilton and 18 kilometres north of Te Kuiti, on the Waipa River. It is a service town for the…

  • Ngaruawahia

    Ngāruawāhia (Māori pronunciation: [ŋaːɾʉaˈwaːhia]) (pop. 5,106) is a town in the Waikato region of the North Island of New Zealand. It is located 20 km north-west of Hamilton at the confluence of the Waikato and Waipa Rivers, adjacent to the Hakarim…

  • Naenae

    Naenae (/ˈnn/, occasionally spelt NaeNae) is a suburb of the city of Lower Hutt in the North Island of New Zealand. It lies on the eastern edge of the floodplain of the Hutt River, four kilometres from the Lower Hutt Central business district.

  • Lake Pupuke

    Lake Pupuke is a heart-shaped freshwater lake occupying a volcanic explosion crater (or maar) between the suburbs of Takapuna and Milford on the North Shore of Auckland, New Zealand. The heart shape is a result of its formation by the linking of two…

  • Hagley Park

    Hagley Park is the largest urban open space (164.637 hectares) in Christchurch, New Zealand, and was created in 1855 by the Provincial Government. According to the government's decree at that time, Hagley Park is "reserved forever as a public park, …

  • Geraldine, New Zealand

    Geraldine (Māori: Heratini) is a town in the Canterbury Region on the South Island of New Zealand. It is about 140 km south of Christchurch, and inland from Timaru, which is 35 km to the south.

  • Canterbury Plains

    The Canterbury Plains are an area in New Zealand centred to the south of the city of Christchurch in the Canterbury Region. Their northern extremes are at the foot of the Hundalee Hills in the Hurunui District, and in the south they merge into the p…

  • Arena Manawatu

    Arena Manawatu is the current name of the 180,000 square metre publicly owned recreational complex just west of the Palmerston North city centre in the Manawatu-Wanganui region of New Zealand.

  • Whangaparaoa Peninsula

    Whangaparaoa Peninsula is a suburban area about 25 km north of Auckland in New Zealand. It had 22,788 residents in 2006, many of them in the eponymous town of Whangaparaoa on its southern side.

  • Wainuiomata

    Wainuiomata (/ˌwnʲiˈmɑːtə/) is a large suburb of Lower Hutt, in the Wellington Region of New Zealand's North Island.

  • Waimakariri River

    The Waimakariri River, formerly briefly known as the Courtenay River, is one of the largest of the North Canterbury rivers, in the South Island of New Zealand. It flows for 151 kilometres in a generally southeastward direction from the Southern Alps…

  • Te Henga (Bethells Beach)

    Te Henga (Bethells Beach) is a coastal community in the Auckland Region in the north of the North Island, New Zealand. The Māori name Te Henga, meaning sand, originally applied to a wide area of the lower Waitakere River valley, but in 1976 the New …

  • Tararua Range

    The Tararua Range, often referred to as the Tararua Ranges or the Tararuas, is one of several mountain ranges in the North Island of New Zealand.

  • Scots College, Wellington

    Scots College is an independent (private) Presbyterian boys' Years 1 to 13 school located in the suburb of Strathmore Wellington, New Zealand. Under the leadership of an Executive Headmaster, the College comprises three schools, the Preparatory Scho…

  • Saint Kentigern College

    Saint Kentigern College is a private, co-educational Presbyterian secondary school in the Pakuranga suburb of Manukau City in the South Auckland region of New Zealand, beside the estuary of the Tamaki Estuary.