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[95] The 1923 and 1926 Imperial Conferences decided that New Zealand should be allowed to negotiate its own political treaties and the first commercial treaty was ratified in 1928 with Japan. [343] A state-owned television service began in 1960. [220] In recent decades, however, a "brain gain" has brought in educated professionals from Europe and less developed countries. [n 10][3] Of those who affiliate with a particular Christian denomination, the main responses are Anglicanism (6.7%), Roman Catholicism (6.3%), and Presbyterianism (4.7%). [140] New Zealand nationality law treats all parts of the realm equally, so most people born in New Zealand, the Cook Islands, Niue, Tokelau and the Ross Dependency are New Zealand citizens. [143] Besides the North and South Islands, the five largest inhabited islands are Stewart Island (across the Foveaux Strait), Chatham Island, Great Barrier Island (in the Hauraki Gulf),[144] D'Urville Island (in the Marlborough Sounds)[145] and Waiheke Island (about 22 km (14 mi) from central Auckland). Local government and external territories. [358] New Zealand is known for its extreme sports, adventure tourism[359] and strong mountaineering tradition, as seen in the success of notable New Zealander Sir Edmund Hillary. [346] The number of New Zealand films significantly increased during the 1970s. [277] The number of fee-paying international students increased sharply in the late 1990s, with more than 20,000 studying in public tertiary institutions in 2002. [173][174] About 82% of New Zealand's indigenous vascular plants are endemic, covering 1,944 species across 65 genera. [306] At the time New Zealand was not known as an intellectual country. [345] New Zealand television primarily broadcasts American and British programming, along with many Australian and local shows. [90] As at 2017[update], the country was ranked fourth in the strength of its democratic institutions,[91] and first in government transparency and lack of corruption. [356] Horseracing was also a popular spectator sport and became part of the "Rugby, Racing and Beer" culture during the 1960s. ACT is up by three points at 6.3 percent, according to the poll. [94], Early colonial New Zealand allowed the British Government to determine external trade and be responsible for foreign policy. New Zealand (Māori: Aotearoa [aɔˈtɛaɾɔa]) is an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. [126][130] In 1989, the government reorganised local government into the current two-tier structure of regional councils and territorial authorities. [258], New Zealand is a predominantly urban country, with 84.1% of the population living in urban areas, and 51.4% of the population living in the seven cities with populations exceeding 100,000. [196][197][198][199], New Zealand has an advanced market economy,[200] ranked 16th in the 2018[update] Human Development Index[9] and third in the 2018[update] Index of Economic Freedom. [191][192] Marine mammals however are abundant, with almost half the world's cetaceans (whales, dolphins, and porpoises) and large numbers of fur seals reported in New Zealand waters. The New Zealand First Foundation is the only named entity that has provided any money - in loans or donations - to the New Zealand First party since 2017. [20] In 1830, mapmakers began to use "North" and "South" on their maps to distinguish the two largest islands and by 1907 this was the accepted norm. For the first time, exclusive polling shows how voting habits changed since 2017 election, Greens and ACT fighting for third place as NZ First's voter base gets gobbled up, Copyright © 2020 MediaWorks TV - All Rights Reserved, By subscribing you agree to our Terms of Access and Privacy Policy. [370] New Zealand yields produce from land and sea—most crops and livestock, such as maize, potatoes and pigs, were gradually introduced by the early European settlers. [12][14] This name was later anglicised to "New Zealand". [245] The road and rail networks in the two main islands are linked by roll-on/roll-off ferries between Wellington and Picton, operated by Interislander (part of KiwiRail) and Bluebridge. [339] The New Zealand Music Awards are held annually by Recorded Music NZ; the awards were first held in 1965 by Reckitt & Colman as the Loxene Golden Disc awards. [280] The most prominent differences between the New Zealand English dialect and other English dialects are the shifts in the short front vowels: the short-"i" sound (as in "kit") has centralised towards the schwa sound (the "a" in "comma" and "about"); the short-"e" sound (as in "dress") has moved towards the short-"i" sound; and the short-"a" sound (as in "trap") has moved to the short-"e" sound. Media lawyer Robert Stewart said the district court had erred in three ways; finding the grounds of extreme hardship had been satisfied, exercising discretion to grant interim name suppression and both taking into account irrelevant considerations and failing to take into account relevant considerations. [322] Greenstone was fashioned into earrings and necklaces, with the most well-known design being the hei-tiki, a distorted human figure sitting cross-legged with its head tilted to the side. The district court ruled against the media; finding one of the defendants had proved an arguable case for name suppression and granting both defendants interim name suppression until their first appearance on 29 October. [184] However, New Zealand conservationists have pioneered several methods to help threatened wildlife recover, including island sanctuaries, pest control, wildlife translocation, fostering and ecological restoration of islands and other protected areas. 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