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4,156 Articles of interest in New Zealand

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  • RNZAF Base Ohakea

    RNZAF Base Ohakea is an operational base of the Royal New Zealand Air Force. Opened in 1939, it is located near Bulls, 25 km north west of Palmerston North in the Manawatu. It is also a diversion landing point for civilian aircraft.

  • New Lynn

    New Lynn is a residential suburb in Auckland, New Zealand. It has 5859 occupied dwellings and a population of 16,461 (2013 census).

  • Murchison, New Zealand

    Murchison is a town in the Tasman Region of the South Island of New Zealand. It is near the western end of the "Four Rivers Plain", at the confluence of the Buller River and the Matakitaki River. The other two rivers are the Mangles River, and the M…

  • Mount Victoria Tunnel

    The Mount Victoria Tunnel in the New Zealand capital city of Wellington is 623 metres (slightly more than a third of a mile) long and 5 metres (16.4 ft) in height, connecting Hataitai to the centre of Wellington and the suburb of Mount Victoria, und…

  • Miramar Peninsula

    The large Miramar Peninsula is on the southeastern side of the city of Wellington, New Zealand, at the entrance to Wellington Harbour, in Wellington's eastern suburbs.

  • Mercury Islands

    The Mercury Islands are a group of seven islands off the northeast coast of New Zealand's North Island. They are located 8 kilometres (5 mi) off the coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, and 35 kilometres (22 mi) northeast of the town of Whitianga.

  • Manfeild Autocourse

    The Manfeild Autocourse is a motor sport circuit located 14 kilometres from Palmerston North in New Zealand. It was built by the Manawatu Car Club in 1973 as a purpose built course. In 1990 extra land was acquired and the circuit extension built, br…

  • French Pass

    French Pass (Te Aumiti) is a narrow and treacherous stretch of water that separates D'Urville Island, at the north end of the South Island of New Zealand, from the mainland coast.

  • Ellerslie, New Zealand

    Ellerslie is a suburb of the city of Auckland, on the North Island of New Zealand. It is a small but dynamic town centre with a strong community spirit. Ellerslie is located seven kilometres to the southeast of the city centre, close to State Highwa…

  • Darfield, New Zealand

    Darfield is a town in the Selwyn District of the South Island of New Zealand. It is 35 kilometres west of the outskirts of Christchurch on State Highway 73 (Great Alpine Highway) and on the Midland railway line, route of the TranzAlpine train servic…

  • Codfish Island

    Codfish Island or Whenua Hou is a small island (14 km2 or 5.4 sq mi) located to the west of Stewart Island/Rakiura in southern New Zealand. It reaches a height of 249 m (817 ft) close to the south coast. The English name refers to the endemic blue c…

  • Cape Kidnappers

    Cape Kidnappers is a headland at the southeastern extremity of Hawke Bay on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island and sits at the end of an 8 km peninsula which protrudes into the Pacific Ocean. It is 20 km south-east of the city of Napier. A…

  • Bulls, New Zealand

    Bulls is a small town near Palmerston North on the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand. It is in a thriving farming area in the Rangitikei District at the junction of State Highways 1 and 3 about 160 kilometres north of Wellington.

  • Auckland Prison

    Auckland Prison (original name Paremoremo Prison, colloquially Pare, pronounced "Par-re") is a prison facility consisting of medium security and maximum security compounds in Paremoremo, Auckland, New Zealand. The two compounds are separate but loca…

  • Arthur's Pass (mountain pass)

    Arthur's Pass (el. 920 m.) is a mountain pass in the Southern Alps of the South Island of New Zealand. It marks part of the boundary between the West Coast and Canterbury regions, 140 km from Christchurch and 95 km from Greymouth. The pass lies in a…

  • The Hits (New Zealand)

    The Hits (formerly known as Classic Hits) is an adult contemporary music radio network broadcasting in 25 markets throughout New Zealand, targeting 25–55 year olds. It is a family-focused radio network with some of New Zealand's most experienced bro…

  • World of Wearable Art

    The World of WearableArt & Classic Cars Museum (WOW) is a museum devoted to wearable art and classic cars located in Nelson, New Zealand, opened in October 2001. It is a tourist attraction.

  • Winton, New Zealand

    Winton is a rural town in Southland, New Zealand. It is located close to the east bank of the Oreti River, 30 kilometres north of Invercargill and 50 kilometres south of Lumsden. The town is named after Thomas Winton, a local stockman who lived and …

  • Trafalgar Park, Nelson

    Trafalgar Park is a large sports ground located within the vicinity of the CBD of Nelson, in New Zealand's South Island. The stadium has a capacity of 18,000, following upgrades completed for the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

  • The Octagon, Dunedin

    The Octagon is the city centre of Dunedin, in the South Island of New Zealand. It is an eight-sided plaza bisected by the city's main street, and is also the central terminus of two other main thoroughfares. The Octagon is predominantly a pedestrian…

  • Temuka

    Temuka is a town on New Zealand's Canterbury Plains, 15 kilometres north of Timaru and 142 km south of Christchurch.

  • Te Wairoa

    Te Wairoa, also known as The Buried Village is located close to the shore of Lake Tarawera in New Zealand's North Island. It was a Māori and European settlement founded in 1848 by Christian missionaries where visitors would stay on their way to visi…

  • Te Waikoropupū Springs

    The Te Waikoropupu Springs ('Pupu Springs') are located in Golden Bay, on New Zealand's South Island. The springs are known for the clarity of the water, and the volume of water discharged.

  • Te Aute College

    Te Aute College (Māori: Te Kura o Te Aute) is a school in the Hawke's Bay region of New Zealand. It opened in 1854 with twelve pupils under Samuel Williams, an Anglican missionary, and nephew and son-in-law of Bishop William Williams.

  • Te Atatu

    Te Atatu (Maori for "the dawn") is the name of two suburbs in western Auckland, New Zealand: Te Atatu Peninsula and Te Atatu South.