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of the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation in 1975. TV2 took over stations AKTV2 in Auckland and CHTV3 in Christchurch. It began broadcasting in those cities on 30 June of that year, but did not begin broadcasting in Wellington until that November. It is a sister station to TV One (TV One (New Zealand)). foundation 1978 location Auckland, New Zealand key_people Bruce Plested, Chairman & Founder Neil Graham, Co-Founder br >


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expanding the reach of "frequent" bus services: those that operate at least every 15 minutes during the day and early evening, every day of the week. Rail services operate along four lines travel between the CBD and the west, south and south-east of Auckland, with longer-distance


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;The Breakerdome" within the NBL. They are currently owned by Paul Blackwell, owner of a local Pak'n Save supermarket. alias origin Auckland, New Zealand instrument '''The Mint Chicks''' were an experimental (experimental music) noise rock power pop group (the band began to refer to their style of music as "troublegum" and have been referred to as anything from neo-punk<


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, on Christmas Day, 1769. Michael King, ''The Penguin History of New Zealand'', Penguin, Auckland, 2003, p. 110. John Dunmore. 'Surville, Jean François Marie de - Biography', from the Dictionary of Newé Zealand Biography. Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, updated 1-Sep-10 Nearly 70 years later, in January 1838, the Frenchman, Bishop Jean Baptiste Pompallier (1807–1871) arrived in New Zealand as the Vicar Apostolic of Western Oceania. He made New Zealand the centre of his activities covering a vast area in the Pacific. He celebrated his first Mass in New Zealand at Totara Point (Jean Baptiste Pompallier#New Zealand), Hokianga, at the home of Irishman, Thomas Poynton on 13 January 1838. Pompallier was accompanied by members of the Society of Mary (Marists), and more soon arrived. The mission headquarters were established in Kororareka (now called Russell) where a building (now called Pompallier (Pompallier House)) was constructed by the Marists in pisé and a printing press set up. As well as stationing missionaries in the north, Pompallier began work in the Bay of Plenty, and Waikato amongst Māori (Māori people) and in Auckland and Wellington areas amongst European settlers. Allan Davidson, ''Christianity in Aotearoa: A History of Church and Society in New Zeéaland'', Third edition, Education for Ministry, Wellington, 2004, p. 16. In 1840, New Zealand became a British colony after the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. The number of Catholic colonists was less than 500, from a total population of around 5000. New Zealand was formed into a separate vicariate by the church in 1842. Wikipedia:Auckland City commons:Auckland


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in rediscovering their ethnic traditions, the Canadian-born children are often reluctant to learn either Indonesian or Chinese languages. Wikipedia:Auckland City commons:Auckland


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Zealand's relative remoteness and small population, the Greenlane Hospital surgical team quickly achieved an international reputation for innovative excellence. Indeed he suggested that Auckland's isolation conferred an advantage comparable to that enjoyed by the Mayo Clinic in small-town Rochester, Minnesota, making it less likely that day-to-day interruptions would interfere with the real purpose of their work. Much of the original equipment had to be fashioned or modified locally. Sid Yarrow


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series, ''Power Rangers: Wild Force'', would be a split season. Because of Disney's recently-completed acquisition of Fox Family Worldwide (and therefore Saban), the first half aired on Fox Kids, while the second half aired on ABC Kids (ABC Kids (US)). Ironically, Tzachor was succeeded as producer by the person from whom he took the reins in 1997, Douglas Sloan. MMPR Productions was shut down, and production of the show was transferred to Village Roadshow KP Productions in Auckland


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of Auckland rather than toast the visiting Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York (George V of the United Kingdom) with alcohol. His mother, Maria Partington, was an amateur artist and encouraged his artistic ability. Goldie was educated at Auckland Grammar School, and while still at school won several prizes from the Auckland Society of Arts and the New Zealand Art Students' Association. Goldie studied art part-time under Louis John Steele, after leaving school to work in his father's


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percent New Zealand music both nationally and to the world via its 24 7 live stream. The network was designed specifically to showcase the best New Zealand music across the broadest range of genres, enabling greater access to an international market for local, contemporary artists. The station broadcasts in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch on FM frequencies, nationwide on SkyTV Channel 500, and globally through its internet stream. Kiwi FM is operated by Kiwi Radio Ltd, a non-profit subsidiary of MediaWorks New Zealand. '''Coast''' is a New Zealand radio network owned by The Radio Network that plays middle of the road (middle of the road (music)) music with an emphasis on music from the fifties and sixties. A live breakfast show presented by Brian Kelly, along with programmes presented by Gael Ludlow and Rick Morin from Auckland studios are broadcast across the network's fifteen stations, except for a local breakfast breakout for Hawera. '''Butch Miller''' (born 21 October 1944 in Auckland, New Zealand) is a retired professional wrestler (Professional wrestling) best known as one half of the tag team known as "The Sheepherders" on the independent scene and in the National Wrestling Alliance and as one half of The Bushwhackers in the WWF (World Wrestling Entertainment). birth_date Wikipedia:Auckland City commons:Auckland


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Auckland

The '''Auckland urban area''' ( In Māori (Māori language), Auckland's name is '''Tāmaki Makaurau''' and the transliterated version of Auckland is '''Ākarana'''.

The Auckland urban area (as defined by Statistics New Zealand) ranges to Waiwera in the north, Kumeu in the northwest, and Runciman in the south. It is not contiguous; the section from Waiwera to Whangaparaoa Peninsula is separate from its nearest neighbouring suburb of Long Bay (Long Bay, New Zealand). Auckland lies between the Hauraki Gulf of the Pacific Ocean to the east, the low Hunua Ranges to the south-east, the Manukau Harbour to the south-west, and the Waitakere Ranges and smaller ranges to the west and north-west. The central part of the urban area occupies a narrow isthmus (List of isthmuses) between the Manukau Harbour on the Tasman Sea and the Waitemata Harbour on the Pacific Ocean. It is one of the few cities in the world to have two harbours on two separate major bodies of water.

The 2014 Mercer Quality of Living Survey ranked Auckland 3rd place in the world on its list, while the ''Economist's (Economist Intelligence Unit)'' World's most liveable cities index of 2011 ranked Auckland in 9th place. In 2010, Auckland was classified as a Beta World City (Global city) in the World Cities Study Group's inventory by Loughborough University. http: www.lboro.ac.uk gawc world2010t.html "The World According to GaWC 2008"

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