1. New Zealand is one of the only countries to have two national anthems—God Save The Queen and God Defend New Zealand.
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8. New Zealand is an island nation located in the southwestern region of the Pacific Ocean.
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9. Jacinda Ardern explains why New Zealand is a laboratory for progressive politics.
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12. The New Zealand recording industry began to develop from 1940 onwards and many New Zealand musicians have obtained success in Britain and the United States.
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15. New Zealand wrote, "it is possible that this land joins to the Staten Land but it is uncertain", referring to a landmass of the same name at the southern tip of South America, discovered by Jacob Le Maire in 1616.
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21. New Zealand is an Oceanian country in the south-western Pacific Ocean.
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30. New Zealand has the world's steepest street: Baldwin Street in Dunedin.
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38. In the past, New Zealand was administratively part of the New South Wales.
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41. New Zealand is an island nation in the South Pacific Ocean.
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44. New Zealand is part of the Ring of Fire which means it's part of a circular area in the Pacific Ocean where volcanoes and earthquakes are common.
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48. New Zealand was the largest country in Polynesia when it was annexed by Great Britain in 1840.
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52. New Zealand has an active marine volcano, The Whakaari or The White Island, which attracts tourists and geologists in equal numbers.
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54. New Zealand found The Black Cocks hard to swallow, no pun intended.
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59. New Zealand is a remote, mountainous group of islands in the southeastern Pacific Ocean.
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63. New Zealand were the only undefeated team in the entire tournament thanks to Spain's defeat to Switzerland.
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64. New Zealand qualified for the 2010 FIFA World Cup though exited the competition after the first round despite being the only team not to lose a game during the tournament.
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70. New Zealand was first settled by the Maori people who came from other Polynesian islands about 1,000 years ago.
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77. New Zealand has a stable democratic system of government based on the Westminster system.
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80. New Zealand was known as much for its filmmakers—especially the Oscar-winning Peter Jackson—as for its sporting successes.
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83. New Zealand consists of two major islands, North and South, located deep in the southern Pacific Ocean almost a thousand miles east of Australia.
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88. New Zealand lies in the South Pacific Ocean southeast of Australia, from which it is separated by the Tasman Sea.
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89. New Zealand has jurisdiction over foreign affairs and defense matters for the self-governing entities of Tokelau and the Cook Islands and claims land in Antarctica in and near the Ross Sea.
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92. New Zealand was a founding member of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization in 1954.
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97. New Zealand is a "dialogue partner" with the Association of South East Asian Nations and an active participant in APEC.
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98. New Zealand sent troops to support the British in World War I, giving the country a sense of its own distinctiveness.
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