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New Zealand

  1. 1. New Zealand
  2. 2. Question # 1 Who live in New Zealand?
  3. 3. The population of New Zealand is growing.
  4. 4. 14% of people born in New Zealand live in other countries.
  5. 5. Question # 2 What are some cities and places in New Zealand
  6. 6. Cities People Auckland 400,000 Wellington 400,000 Christchurch 400,000 Dunedin 120,000
  7. 7. The population of Wanaka in the Southern part of New Zealand increased from about 5,000 in 2005 to about 7,500 in 2015.
  8. 8. Wanaka,NewZealand
  9. 9. Mount Cook is almost 4 km. high and is the tallest mountain in New Zealand. It is located in the Southern part of the country.
  10. 10. MountCook overLakePukaki
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  13. 13. Question # 3 How is the political structure in New Zealand?
  14. 14. There are 120 members of the New Zealand parliament. They are elected for 3 year terms.
  15. 15. Parliament members are elected using the mixed member proportional representation voting system. At elections, each citizen has 2 votes: 1. One vote for a political party. 2. One vote for a local member of parliament. Political parties are represented in Parliament in proportion to the share of votes each party won in the party vote in the general election.
  16. 16. A political party that wins at least 5% of the vote on parties gets that share of the seats in Parliament. For example, if a party gets 30% of the party vote, this party will get roughly 0.30 * 200 = 36 members of parliament.
  17. 17. In 1893, New Zealand became the first country in the world where women got the right to vote.
  18. 18. Question # 4 What innovation is going on in New Zealand?
  19. 19. In New Zealand, winters are relatively mild, and there are no predators like coyotes or wolves. Thereby, farmers can keep cows and sheep outside throughout the year with nothing but basic fences to control them.
  20. 20. The Moffatt shearing table helps sheep shearers avoid back problems
  21. 21. The Softfoot air lifting table helps sheep shearers avoid back problems
  22. 22. Drones help guide sheep to other fields
  23. 23. At, branches have the freedom to open when they want to, i.e. when customers need it. People, who work for the bank, trust each other. Another innovative bank is
  24. 24. Some Internet / telecommunications providers in New Zealand
  25. 25. Examples of educators in New Zealand using blogs