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New Zealand, Wiltshire is a hamlet

New Zealand is a hamlet in Wiltshire in the civil parish of Hilmarton. Today is close to the southern boundary of MoD Lyneham. The parish of Hilmarton adjoins the borough of Calne on the parish and the south. A later19th-century map shows two small p...
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Christchurch City

Christchurch was hit by two more large aftershocks

The collapse of the CTV Building resulted in the majority of fatalities. Widespread damage resulted in infrastructure and major buildings in loss of homes. Significant liquefaction affected the total cost and the eastern suburbs to insurers of rebuil...
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The Manukau skyline looking northwest.

Manukau City is a former territorial authority district

Manukau City is a former territorial authority district in New Zealand in Auckland, was formed by the amalgamation of Manukau County, includes the theme park Rainbow's End was divided into seven wards. Manukau City had elected Youth Council. The area...
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Location of Manawatu-Wanganui

Manawatu-Wanganui is a region, the second-largest local government region

Manawatu-Wanganui is a region, the second-largest local government region in New Zealand in the North Island, is administered by the Manawatu-Wanganui Regional Council, takes up. The region includes a series of mountain ranges, the Ruahine and the no...
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Otago within New Zealand

Otago is a region of New Zealand

Otago is a region of New Zealand in the south of the South Island, has an area is represented by four parliamentary electorates. The exact meaning of the term is disputed with common translations. The Otago Harbour established in 1831 by the Weller B...
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Hamilton City / Lake Rotoroa / Waikato River

Hamilton, New Zealand is a city, most populous city and the seat

Hamilton is a city, most populous city and the seat, the also home of Gallagher Group Ltd, exporter and a manufacturer, Waikato Hospital, the home of the Te Rapa Marshalling Yard, home in the world in the North Island of New Zealand, reached 1000 peo...
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Clockwise from top: First Church of Otago, cityscape seen from Signal Hill lookout, Larnach Castle, Anglican Cathedral and Town Hall on The Octagon

Dunedin is the second-largest city, a also centre

Dunedin is the second-largest city, a also centre, the farthest city, ,, the northeastern terminus of the Southern Scenic Route, a tourist highway for ecotourism in the South Island of New Zealand, comes from the Scottish Gaelic name from Dùn Èidea...
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Clockwise from top: The Square, Central Business District, All Saints Church, City Library, The Square Clock Tower

Palmerston North is a city, the country's seventh-largest city

Palmerston North is a city, the country's seventh-largest city, the seat of the council, the seat and a cathedral city, rail junction and a significant road, freight stop and an important passenger, an important base with maximum in the North Island ...
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Skyline of Rotorua

Rotorua is a city, the seat of the Rotorua District

Rotorua is a city, the seat of the Rotorua District, a territorial authority, several other nearby towns and Rotorua, a major destination in the heart of the North Island on the southern shores of Lake Rotorua, has estimated permanent population was ...
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From top clockwise: Hastings CBD at night, Hawke

Hastings, New Zealand is a New Zealand city, the major service centre

Hastings is a New Zealand city, the major service centre, the final large earthquake, food trail and the wine in the 1931, received first power in 1912, subsided roughly 1 metre was the first city. Hastings grew rapidly throughout 1970s and the 1960s...
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November 2006 view of Nelson from the "Centre of New Zealand"

Nelson, New Zealand is a city, the oldest city

Nelson is a city, the oldest city, a centre, a popular visitor destination, international tourists and both New Zealanders in the second-oldest settled city and the South Island on the eastern shores of Tasman Bay, was named in honour of the Admiral ...
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Porirua is a city, the northern terminus of the Johnsonville

Porirua is a city, the northern terminus of the Johnsonville also home to the three-time Chatham Cup, surrounds almost completely Porirua Harbour at the southern end of the Kapiti Coast, has grown to a city population, is formed largely around the ar...
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Whangarei Harbour from Mt Parihaka, with Onerahi, Sherwood Rise, Parihaka and Port Whangarei in view

Whangarei is the northernmost city, part of the Whangarei District

Whangarei is the northernmost city, part of the Whangarei District, a local body within the Whangarei in the regional capital and New Zealand, was the most urbanised area towards the end of the 19th century in Northland, was declared a city has a oce...
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Looking across New Plymouth with Mount Taranaki in the distance in mid-July 2010

New Plymouth is the major city of the Taranaki Region

New Plymouth is the major city of the Taranaki Region is named after the English city of Plymouth, was declared a city in 1949, has two fire stations, an oceanic climate with the central station in the city. New Plymouth won the Top Town award in 200...
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Central and northeastern Gisborne viewed from Kaiti Hill

Gisborne, New Zealand is a city, the place

Gisborne is a city, the place, a coast al city, the northern terminus of the Palmerston North, an ex-member of the Harbour Board in the Gisborne District in the largest settlement and northeastern New Zealand, has a population of The district council...
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Aerial view of Ashburton, looking west. The Ashburton River or Hakatere is visible at left.

Ashburton, New Zealand is visible at left

Hakatere and Ashburton is a large town on State Highway in the Canterbury Region, was named after Francis Baring by the surveyor Captain Joseph Thomas of the New Zealand Land Association, was amongst the biggest Troup-vintage stations, lies in the mi...
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View down Stafford Street

Timaru is a port city, port and an agricultural service town

Timaru is a port city, port and an agricultural service town, the second largest fishing port, Sir Basil Arthur Park in 157 located kilometres southwest of Christchurch in the southern Canterbury region of New Zealand, has 2 local FM radio stations, ...
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Blenheim pictured from the International Space Station

Blenheim, New Zealand is the most populous town

Blenheim is the most populous town in experiences and a tectonically active zone in the region of Marlborough, has an urban population of The surrounding area enjoys is named after the Battle of Blenheim. Blenheim sits at the confluence of the Taylor...
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Paraparaumu

Paraparaumu is a town

Paraparaumu is a town home to secondary school Paraparaumu College in the south-western North Island of New Zealand, lies on 55 kilometres of the nation on the Kapiti Coast, means in Māori, has a quite high rainfall frequency year round. Paraparaumu...
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Masterton

Masterton is a large town, the largest town

Masterton is a large town, the largest town, 100 kilometres north-east of Wellington, 39.4 kilometres of Eketahuna, the antipode of Segovia, Spain in the Wairarapa in the Wellington Region of New Zealand, has an urban population, own polytechnic, sis...
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Whakatane Harbour sunset01

Whakatane is a town

Whakatāne is a town in the eastern Bay of Plenty Region, has an urban population, a friendship agreement with Shibukawa in recent years, has recorded frequently the highest annual sunshine hours in New Zealand, was affected by the 1987 Edgecumbe ear...
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Taradale is located in North Island

Taradale, New Zealand is a 10-minute drive

Taradale is, a 10-minute drive, a vibrant destination, also gateway, a predominantly middle-upper class, residential township, the location the home to in the Hawke's Bay Region, was a town district in New Zealand, has a rich heritage, several school...
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Cambridge, New Zealand

Cambridge, New Zealand is a town, the Battle of the Bridges

Cambridge is a town, the Battle of the Bridges via Victoria Road interchanges and the Cambridge Road home to Cambridge FC, have become the homes as cycling for national sports organisations, was the formerly terminus of the Cambridge Branch railway, ...
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Tokoroa in autumn

Tokoroa is the fifth-largest town, a town

Tokoroa is the fifth-largest town, a town, a multicultural town, servicing centre and a marketing, a also non-traffic light controlled zone, a timber town of over 13600 people in New Zealand history, had a 242 mere people by the 1951 population in 19...
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Oamaru from S Hill Walk

Oamaru is the largest town, 80 kilometres of Timaru

Te Oha-a-Maru and Oamaru is the largest town, 80 kilometres of Timaru the end point of the Alps to Ocean Cycle Trail in North Otago, contains over 70 buildings, made for the largest gathering of steampunks into the Guinness Book of World Records, has...
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Gore, New Zealand

Gore, New Zealand is district and a town, a service town

Gore is district and a town, a service town is divided into East Gore and Gore by the Mataura River, was a once busy railway junction surrounding intermediate districts. Gore has a sister city relationship with New South Wales with Tamworth, has gain...
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Hawera from the Water Tower

Hawera is the second-largest town, 75 kilometres of New Plymouth

Hawera is the second-largest town, 75 kilometres of New Plymouth, Māori near the coast of the South Taranaki Bight in the Taranaki region of New Zealand, was established in 1875, developed in 1901 into a District High School, celebrated Primary 125t...
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Queenstown from Bob

Queenstown, New Zealand is a resort town, a major centre

Queenstown is a resort town, a major centre, the departure point in the south-west of New Zealand in Otago, is situated on the third largest lake on the shore line of Lake Wakatipu, are the areas is rated the least affordable place. Queenstown lies t...
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Kaiapoi

Kaiapoi is a town, Crafts and almost Arts

Kaiapoi is a town, Crafts and almost Arts in the South Island of New Zealand in the Waimakariri District of the Canterbury region, suffered extensive damage in 2011 Christchurch earthquakes in the also February and the 2010 Canterbury, takes name fro...
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Skyline of Greymouth

Greymouth is the largest town, the also terminus of the coastal highway

Greymouth is the largest town, the also terminus of the coastal highway, a river port in the South Island of New Zealand in the West Coast region, had estimated population of The District Council, growth of 1.5 % receives mean annual rainfall by this...
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Tamaki River With The Two Bridges 02

Pakuranga is an eastern suburb of Auckland

Pakuranga is an eastern suburb of Auckland to the north of Manukau in northern New Zealand, covers a series of low ridges end a swivel attachement. This peculiar name is the result of a legend between mythical nocturnal creatures about a battle. This...
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An aerial view of Motueka looking east

Motueka is after the second largest centre after Richmond

The town of Motueka lies on the western shore of Tasman Bay to the mouth of the Motueka River, is after the second largest centre after Richmond. Nearby beaches are very popular around Motueka with the area and holidaymakers. Extensive limestone cave...
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Thames is located in North Island

Thames, New Zealand is a town

Thames is a town in New Zealand's North Island at the southwestern end of the Coromandel Peninsula, was formed from Shortland and Grahamstown from two historic towns, benefited also from a period of extensive Kauri. The town is the seat of the Thames...
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Waitara is located in Taranaki Region

Waitara, New Zealand is a town

The 1867 settlement was named Raleigh after Sir Walter Raleigh. Some Te Atiawa were taken as slaves and prisoners to Waikato. The Waitangi Tribunal noted that the group, began hearing 21 Treaty of Waitangi. Teira's 600-acre Waitara block known as the...
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Matamata

Matamata is a town, part of the Matamata-Piako District

Matamata is a town, part of the Matamata-Piako District, the home of various media outlets, studios, a popular area near the base of the Kaimai Ranges in the Waikato Region of New Zealand. The 1833 Reverend Alfred Nesbit Brown visited the area in 183...
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Kerikeri is located in Northland Region

Kerikeri is a popular tourist destination, a former winner

Kerikeri is a popular tourist destination, a former winner about three hours, is called often the Cradle of the Nation, the site of the first permanent mission station was the first place in New Zealand, are contributing primary schools. The village ...
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Waikato River passing through Ngāruawāhia

Ngaruawahia is a town, 20 located km north-west of Hamilton

Ngāruawāhia is a town, 20 located km north-west of Hamilton home to the Kīngitanga at the confluence of the Waikato, lies within the fourth largest urban area within the Hamilton Urban Area. The location was considered once as a potential capital ...
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Main street of Foxton

Foxton, New Zealand is a town, the oldest European settlement

Foxton is a town, the oldest European settlement on the lower west coast of the North Island in the Manawatu-Wanganui region of New Zealand, was named after Sir William Fox, has an average of about average precipitation and a year of about 2000 sunsh...
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Victoria Street in Dargaville

Dargaville is a town, a city

Dargaville is a town, a city with a significant rainfall in the North Island of New Zealand, is situated in the Northland region on the bank of the Northern Wairoa River, has also the longest unbroken stretches of sand beach in New Zealand, are contr...
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Wanaka

Wanaka is summer resort town and a popular ski, a primarily resort town

Wanaka is summer resort town and a popular ski, a primarily resort town, the main accommodation provider, a state, primary school, students for these resorts, is based on this offers on the many outdoor opportunities, was visited annually by Ngai Tah...
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Wairoa riverbank viewed from SH2 bridge over Wairoa River

Wairoa is a town, the northernmost town

Wairoa is a town, the northernmost town, 118 kilometres northeast of Napier, the largest town, Māori, a manufacturing, service town, the seat of the Wairoa District Council, the main town of Northern Hawke in the Hawke's Bay region in New Zealand's ...
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Location of Opotiki

Opotiki is a small town

Opotiki is a small town in the North Island of New Zealand in the eastern Bay of Plenty, houses the headquarters of the Opotiki District Council. Opotiki District has around 0.2 percent of New Zealand. 4518 Māori live usually in Opotiki District, ra...
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Paeroa is located in North Island

Paeroa is a small town

Paeroa is a small town in the northern Waikato region of the Thames Valley in New Zealand, is known as the Events Capital of the Coromandel for Paeroa and the soft drink Lemon. The area was explored briefly by Captain James Herd in 1826 10. The river...
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Warkworth is located in New Zealand Auckland

Warkworth, New Zealand is a town, a co-educational primary school

Warkworth is a town, a co-educational primary school, 15.3 °C in the upper North Island of New Zealand on the Northland Peninsula, known previously as Browns Mill, was part of the Rodney District has several sister towns. New Zealand's main satellit...
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Skyline of Hokitika

Hokitika is a township

Hokitika is a township in the West Coast region of New Zealand, Sock Machine Museum in town, were served initially by mixed trains, has one sister city. A clear day Aoraki be seen clearly from Hokitika's main street. 8 March was held about hanging an...
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Whitianga is located in North Island

Whitianga is a town

Whitianga is a town in the Waikato Region of New Zealand on the Coromandel Peninsula, is located on 208 km on the eastern side of the Coromandel Peninsula, is situated along the 5 km on the coast of Mercury Bay, has a relatively large number of older...
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SH2 through the centre of Katikati

Katikati is a town

Katikati is a town on the Uretara Stream in New Zealand, was a Maori community was settled later by Ulster Scots people in 1875. The settlement was established by the Irishman, was formed from two distinct groups. Middle school education is provided ...
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Picton is located in New Zealand Marlborough

Picton, New Zealand is a town, a major hub

Picton is a town, a major hub, the main link, a relatively late Troup Vintage station in New Zealand's transport network in the Marlborough Region of New Zealand, had lowered the cost benefit ratio of a move to Clifford Bay, closed to less-than-wagon...
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Looking southwest across Lincoln from the air, December 2005

Lincoln, New Zealand is a town, a satellite town of Christchurch

Lincoln is a town, a satellite town of Christchurch, a state, full primary school, the site of Lincoln University, the also home of the New Zealand Cricket Academy in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand in the Selwyn District, was laid out in FitzGe...
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Winton, New Zealand is a rural town

Winton is a rural town in New Zealand in Southland, was a formerly railway junction provides the town, areas. The town is named after a local stockman after Thomas Winton. Today thrives for traders and local farmers as an agricultural service town, i...
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Town of Kaikōura as seen from the peninsula

Kaikoura is a town

Kaikoura is a town became the first local authority has become now a popular tourist destination for whale, has also a small sealed airstrip, 6 located km south of the main centre. Kaikoura is served by the northern section of the South Island Main T...
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Wellsford is located in New Zealand Auckland

Wellsford is a town, the northernmost major settlement

Wellsford is a town, the northernmost major settlement in the northern North Island of New Zealand on the Northland Peninsula, was part of the Rodney District 's a place has served hundreds of dairy farms. The town has a population stands at the junc...
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Paihia is located in Northland Region

Paihia is the main tourist town

Paihia is the main tourist town to the historic towns of Russell in the Bay of Islands, witnessed the events. Missionary Henry Williams named the mission station Marsden, Vale. The population of Paihia was from 2001 in the 2006 Census. Bishop William...
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Bluff, New Zealand

Bluff, New Zealand is seaport and a town, the southernmost town

Campbelltown is seaport and a town, the southernmost town in New Zealand in the Southland region. The claim is the oldest permanent European settlement in the country. The town was called officially Campbelltown in 1856, is named for this bluff, was ...
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 The sign outside Brightwater School.

Brightwater is a town southwest of Nelson, an mainly agricultural town

Brightwater is a town southwest of Nelson, an mainly agricultural town, the Brightwater Domain in the South Island of New Zealand in Tasman district, stands on the banks of the Wairoa River, was named first Spring Grove was the birthplace of Nobel Pr...
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Edgecumbe is located in North Island

Edgecumbe is a town, the main service town

Edgecumbe is a town, the main service town from the coast for the agricultural region, had in the 2006 New Zealand Census, was linked by rail with Auckland and Tauranga, has a long-established rugby football club. Edgecumbe damaged river embankments....
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Opunake is located in Taranaki Region

Opunake is a small town, 45 located kilometres southwest of New Plymouth

Opunake is a small town, 45 located kilometres southwest of New Plymouth, the centre in New Zealand's North Island on the southwest coast of Taranaki, surrounding community, a South Taranaki District Council LibraryPlus was settled back in murals and...
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Kawakawa is located in Northland Region

Kawakawa, New Zealand is a small town, a full primary school

Kawakawa is a small town, a full primary school in the Northland Region of northern New Zealand, had from 1401 at the 2006 census, developed as a service town. Bay of Islands College is a secondary school takes students from around the Bay of Islands...
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Parakai is located in New Zealand Auckland

Parakai is a township

Parakai is a township in the North Island of New Zealand, is sited 43 kilometres of Auckland to the southern extremity of the Kaipara Harbour. The main population of Parakai sits in the main road in the vicinity of Parkhurst Rd. A major attraction of...
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Waiouru

Waiouru is a small town, a military town

Waiouru is a small town, a military town, Ruapehu College in New Zealand's Manawatu-Wanganui region in the Ruapehu District. The main attraction of Waiouru is the Queen Elizabeth II Army Memorial Museum. The Desert Road of Waiouru runs through the 87...
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Patea is located in Taranaki Region

Patea is the third-largest town

Patea is the third-largest town in New Zealand in South Taranaki, called Carlyle Beach and Carlyle by European settlers for a time, became a market town was the largest cheese. Patea became known as the home of singer Dalvanius Prime in 1984, has ret...
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Skyline of Leeston

Leeston is a town, 30 located kilometres southwest of Christchurch

Leeston is a town, 30 located kilometres southwest of Christchurch in the South Island of New Zealand on the Canterbury Plains, had up 8.3 %, has also gym was located with school residences on the west side of Leeston. Leeston was in metalwork and wo...
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St Peters Catholic Church, Maketu

Maketu is a small town

Maketu is a small town in New Zealand on the Bay of Plenty Coast, is located on Okurei point, dropped from 1176, was the traditional landing site of the Te Arawa canoe, along the Bay of Plenty Coast. Maketu is named in Hawaiki after an ancient kumara...
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The Big Salmon of Rakaia

Rakaia is a town, a rural community

Immediately north of the township are New Zealand's longest road bridge. All text licensed under 3.0 New Zealand Licence under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial. All non-text content is subject to specific conditions. The township was es...
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The Riwaka Hotel

Riwaka is a small town

Riwaka is a small town in the north of New Zealand, lies beside Tasman Bay, five kilometres north of Motueka has also a variety of accommodation options for visitors. ...
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Reefton, seen in 2009

Reefton is a small town

Reefton is a small town on some 80 km northeast of Greymouth on New Zealand's West Coast region, became the first town is located on the Stillwater. Ahaura is 44 km south-west of Reefton, Inangahua Junction. The population was in an increase of 8.2 p...
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Waverley is located in Taranaki Region

Waverley, Taranaki is a town, 44 km of Wanganui

Waverley is a town, 44 km of Wanganui in New Zealand in the South Taranaki District, has a large sawmill, a black sand beach, the colour, a number of cafes, a small skatepark in the town park as a playground, surrounding community, a South Taranaki D...
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Manaia is located in Taranaki Region

Manaia, Taranaki is a rural town

Manaia is a rural town in New Zealand in South Taranaki District, is named after Hukunui Manaia after the former Māori chief of the district. 1880 was created for Te Whiti o Rongomai for the passive resistance of the Parihaka chief. The local Waioku...
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Clyde, Central Otago, New Zealand

Clyde, New Zealand is a small town

Clyde is a small town in New Zealand in Central Otago, grew up during the Central Otago goldrush of the 1860s around the former settlement of Dunstan, is becoming known fast as a tourist haven, emerged in the 1800s during the New Zealand gold rush. T...
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Kaitangata is located in New Zealand

Kaitangata, New Zealand is a town

Kaitangata is a town near New Zealand near the coast of South Otago, was at the time within Bruce County. The 2016 06 town gained international attention sits to the coast, was described with a customs house as a port of entry, was John Lovell. The 2...
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The main street of Ranfurly

Ranfurly, New Zealand is the largest settlement

Ranfurly is the largest settlement in New Zealand in the Maniototo district of Otago, has a population of around 1000. The town became an important service-centre for the rural community, is recognised for the large proportion of rural Art Deco build...
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Maungaturoto

Maungaturoto is a small town, only 1 hour

Maungaturoto is a small town, only 1 hour, 15 minutes from Auckland in the Northland Region of New Zealand. Otamatea High School is a secondary school won the Goodman Fielder Composite School of the Year Award in 2000. The school celebrated 50th reun...
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Tirau

Tirau is a small town, Maori

Tirau is a small town, Maori, a major junction, town, the sole school in the New Zealand state highway network in 50 kilometres southeast of Hamilton, has built a reputation for antiques as a shopping destination, is governed locally by the South Wai...
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Akaroa township and its main wharf

Akaroa is a small town, a popular resort town

Akaroa is a small town, a popular resort town, a foodies paradise, historic towns by road on Banks Peninsula, established a settlement have lots of exciting accommodation options. The town has a high ratio of residents is set on a sheltered harbour, ...
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Old Railway Station

Tuatapere is a small rural town, eight located kilometres

Tuatapere is a small rural town, eight located kilometres in New Zealand in Southland, has logging museum. Clifden War Memorial and The Clifden Suspension Bridge are located near 96 outside Tuatapere near State Highway. Market gardening groups are se...
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Wyndham, New Zealand

Wyndham, New Zealand is a rural town of 550 people, an ideal spot

Wyndham is a rural town of 550 people, an ideal spot for anglers in the South Island of New Zealand, was named for General Sir Charles Ash Windham by Sir John Richardson, is situated on the east banks of the Mataura River, had originally a dairy fact...
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Awatere Community Centre

Seddon, New Zealand is a small town

Seddon is a small town in New Zealand in Marlborough, has been to the epicentres of several significant earthquakes, was the southern terminus of the railway until the line. The 2013 Census had a population of 507 people was cancelled after the Cante...
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Rawene is located in Northland Region

Rawene is a town

Rawene is a town in Northland on the south side of the Hokianga harbour, started with shipyards and a mill as a timber centre, had two stores and two hotels. Captain James Herd had taken out the first shipment of kauri from the Hokianga. Aperahama Ta...
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Ruawai is located in Northland Region

Ruawai is a small township, 30 located km south of Dargaville

Ruawai is a small township, 30 located km south of Dargaville in New Zealand in Northland. The township serves primarily the outlying farming area. Ruawai College is a secondary school installed a 128kbit DDS. The arrangement delivered internet to th...
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Lumsden - November 2016

Lumsden, New Zealand is a town

Oreti and Lumsden is a town in New Zealand in Southland. The railway station is preserved now as a tourist information centre. The Lumsden Heritage Trust has displayed the chassis of New Zealand Railways steam locomotive P60 as three wagons and two D...
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A small-town straight street, flanked by shops, parked cars and the occasional small tree. A Caltex petrol station is on the left, a two-storey pub p

Kurow is a small town, a now primarily farm service township

Kurow is a small town, a now primarily farm service township in New Zealand in the Waitaki District, was. The 2013 Census had a population of 312 people was cancelled after the Canterbury earthquake. The the 1920s town was the base, the terminus of t...
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Urenui is located in Taranaki Region

Urenui is a settlement

Urenui is a settlement in the North Island of New Zealand in northern Taranaki. The Urenui River flows into the North Taranaki Bight past the settlement. Approximately 3 km of the town is the Urenui Marae, marae of Ngāti Mutunga. Urenui School is co...
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Owaka is a small town, the largest community

Owaka is a small town, the largest community in the South Island of New Zealand in the Clutha District of South Otago. The town's population was from 2001 in the 2006 census, comes from the Māori, was called originally Catlins River, then Quakerfiel...
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Country

Country is a region

A country is a region in Wales with mountains, be an independent sovereign state includes only countries of origin. Sometimes countries are used as in the German Bundesländer for sub-divisions of the national territory, including Canada, the UK and ...
Island

Island is built in Japan on an artificial island

Isle and An island is any piece of sub-continental land be called ait and an eyot. The word island derives from Old English igland from Middle English iland. Greenland is the world's largest island, part of the Australian continental platform of over...
Adams Avenue on the city

Island, Kentucky is a home, rule-class city

Island is a home, rule-class city in Kentucky in McLean County. The population was at the 2000 census, is included in metropolitan area in the Owensboro, is named for Judge William Worthington's early 19th-century 8-square mile estate, are released t...

State is a fixed rule

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