Wellington

What is Wellington known for?


long service

. With this band in particular through the 80's he learned his production skills working alongside greats like Vic Coppersmith-Heaven and Mark Goldenberg, and locals Mark Opitz and Mark Moffat, often in the iconic Festival Records Studios . The last batch of long service men had departed shortly after the battalion's arrival at Lake Trasimene, and so after this it was decided that the battalion would return to New Zealand as a formed unit. As such their return


radio active

;ref The Wellington Astronomical Society held telescope viewing sessions outside the theatre, on the wharf next to Te Papa (Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa). *'''Radio Active (Radio Active (radio series))''' – from the radio series

of the same name. (There is a real Radio Active (Radio Active (New Zealand)) in Wellington, New Zealand) *St. Catherine's College, Armagh, a secondary school (Secondary education) in Armagh, Northern Ireland *St Catherine's College, Wellington, a secondary school in Wellington, New Zealand. '''Masterton''' (Maori (Maori language): Te Oreore) is a large town and local government district in the Wellington Region of New Zealand. It is the largest

;ref name ANC The couple had three sons and a daughter. He began to doubt this justification after attending interracial church services in the 1950s. reference? Radio Active is an alternative (alternative music) radio station broadcasting in Wellington, New Zealand on 88.6FM (formally 89 FM) as well as www.radioactive.fm. It began as the student radio station for Victoria University of Wellington Students' Association (VUWSA) in 1977, broadcasting on the AM frequency. It 1981 it became the first radio station in New Zealand to commence broadcast on the newly-available FM frequency. In 1989 VUWSA decided that Radio Active could not make anymore losses, and sold the station to radioactive ltd, in the hope that the station could become financially viable. Radio Active commenced on-line broadcasting in 1997,being one of the first radio stations to do so. Today radioactive.fm has a very strong presence and following throughout the capital. It has a very strong listener ship of around 45000 weekly plus a huge on line audience via www.radioactive.fm. With a highly talented pool of volunteer announcers, many of whom have been with the station for over fifteen years, Radio Active is renowned for the wide variety of interesting music that it plays, as attested to by Brian Eno amongst others. ''Archerfish'' began an extended fourth and final phase of Operation "Sea Scan" when she left Pearl Harbor on 17 June and headed for the eastern Pacific. She made port calls during July at Seattle and Olympia, Washington, and returned to Pearl Harbor on 19 August for a three-week upkeep and drydocking before undertaking a cruise to the South Pacific. The submarine sailed on 9 September for the Fiji Islands. After briefly touching Suva, she headed for Auckland, New Zealand, for an 11-day visit. Her next stop was Wellington, New Zealand, but she left New Zealand on 19 October and arrived in Yokosuka on 6 November. She got underway again on 27 November to continue survey operations in the Caroline Islands area. After spending New Year's Eve in Guam, the ship sailed for Subic Bay, Philippines, where she closed the year in upkeep. Early life He was born in Yorkshire, England, and trained as a lawyer. After working for a time in London, he moved to Lyttelton (Lyttelton, New Zealand), New Zealand, with his two brothers (Benjamin and Thomas) in 1851. Soon afterwards, he moved to Wellington, where he resumed his law practice. After marrying in 1853, he briefly moved to Australia, but subsequently returned to Lyttelton. Later he moved to Christchurch, where he acted as a lawyer, magistrate, newspaper editor, and ship owner. Wikipedia:Wellington Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand Wellington Wellington City Commons:Wellington


film including

of characters like Legolas, Gimli, Éowyn and Faramir. The film inherited scenes originally planned to go into the second film, including the reforging of Narsil, Gollum's backstory, and Saruman's exit. But the Saruman scene posed a structural problem: killing off the second film's villain when the plot has Sauron as the main villain. Despite pick-ups and dubs, the scene was cut, causing controversy with fans and Saruman actor


important reasons

-- birth_place Wellington, New Zealand birthname DATE OF BIRTH 1957 PLACE OF BIRTH Wellington, New Zealand DATE OF DEATH - Sat 29 August Wellington New Zealand (All Blacks) (2nd Test) SA 24-12 - Prior to the start of the first Tri Nations Series, Lomu played for the All Blacks in matches against Samoa (Samoa national rugby union team) and Scotland, scoring in the Scottish match. The All Blacks also hosted Australia in Wellington; defeating the Wallabies 43–6, with Lomu getting three of the tries. The 1996 Tri Nations (1996 Tri Nations Series) was the first of its kind, and launched with the advent of professionalism in rugby. A close victory over South Africa in Christchurch was followed by a 32–25 win over the Wallabies, in which Lomu scored. The wins ensured the All Blacks became the first ever


appearances movie

for a party atmosphere, with a large proportion of attendees choosing to wear fancy dress. Recent years have seen large groups of costumes that vary from Fred Flintstone and Wilma to Care Bears, dance troops, wrestlers and many other interesting costumes. More recently items of recent media interest or advertisements form a key theme. Saddam Hussein, Osama Bin Laden, George Bush have made appearances. Movie figures such as Men in Black (MIB) and Austin Powers are crowd favourites and an impersonator of Austin has been a regular feature each year performing to the crowd. Eat thumb Many restaurants, bars and cafés are located along, or near, Cuba Street. (File:CubaSt.JPG) Wellington has a lot of restaurants and cafés, in fact more cafés, bars and restaurants per head than New York City. Malaysian food is surprisingly popular and available in most areas. You can also get good Turkish kebabs anywhere in the city, or Lebanese at the Phoenician Falafel on Kent Terrace (their kebabs are better than all the Turkish places too). Fish and chips is the best value food and you usually get better quality in the suburbs. More or less traditional * Wikipedia:Wellington Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand Wellington Wellington City Commons:Wellington


public sculptures

, with the prow on the extreme right of the photograph. accessdate 10 October 2011 The ceramic tile permanent work'' is considered one of New Zealand's most successful public sculptures.''

permanent work and considered one of New Zealand's most successful public sculptures. accessdate 10 October 2011 Set in a narrow triangle of public space with adjacent busy roads and much foot traffic it is a very visible work.

2011 last update quote Te Aro Park in central Wellington (between Manners and Dixon streets) marks part of the site of the major pā, Te Aro. The park, designed by ceramics artist Shona Rapira Davies, is in the shape of a canoe, with the prow on the extreme right of the photograph. accessdate 10 October 2011 The ceramic tile permanent work'' is considered one of New Zealand's most successful public sculptures.''


annual show

;ref www.trustmeimathief.com. He performs an annual show at UCD (University College Dublin)'s Freshers Week. David O'Doherty at the Astra Hall, Student Centre Reuse of the original stones Granite stones from the original bridge were subsequently "presented to various parts of the British world to further historic links in the British Commonwealth


prominent location

Zealand government departments , including court registrar (Department for Courts), customs officer (New Zealand Customs Service) and immigration officer (Department of Labour - New Zealand Immigration Service). Many countries have buried an unidentified soldier (or other member of the military) in a prominent location as a form of respect for all unidentified war dead. The United Kingdom's Tomb of the Unknown Warrior is in Westminster Abbey, France's is buried underneath the Arc de Triomphe, Italy's is buried in the Monumento al Milite Ignoto in Rome, Canada's is buried at the National War Memorial (National War Memorial (Canada)) in Ottawa, Australia's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is located at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, New Zealand's Tomb of the Unknown Warrior (New Zealand Tomb of the Unknown Warrior) is in Wellington and the United States' Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (Tomb of the unknowns) is located at Arlington National Cemetery. Bidding During the 1998 Games (1998 Commonwealth Games) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, three cities initially expressed interest in hosting the event; Melbourne, Wellington and Singapore. Singapore dropped out before its bid was officially selected by the Commonwealth Games Federation, leaving only two candidate cities. In the weeks prior to the announcement of the 2006 host, Wellington withdrew its bid, citing the costs involved with matching the bid plan presented by Melbourne, which became the default host without members of the Federation going to vote. Bidding During the 1998 Games (1998 Commonwealth Games) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, three cities initially expressed interest in hosting the event; Melbourne, Wellington and Singapore. Singapore dropped out before its bid was officially selected by the Commonwealth Games Federation, leaving only two candidate cities. In the weeks prior to the announcement of the 2006 host, Wellington withdrew its bid, citing the costs involved with matching the bid plan presented by Melbourne, which became the default host without members of the Federation going to vote. The Government owns a network of reserved channels for non-commercial regional access broadcasting, and some of them have been awarded to local community trusts to provide public service and access television. Examples are ''Triangle TV'' and its Stratos division in Auckland and Wellington; and ''Channel 7'' in Taranaki (Taranaki Region). However, Stratos was closed down in late 2011 due to financial pressures. Wikipedia:Wellington Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand Wellington Wellington City Commons:Wellington


show live

a two-hour show called ''The Westlife Show'' where they performed 10 of their songs, some voted by the fans through online and some from ''Back Home''. It was hosted by Holly Willoughby. This time


multiple performances

soloist. In 2002 he was commissioned by Radio France to compose a work for multiple broadcasts on its France Musiques and France Culture stations (Tango Suite 3). The pianist Jeffrey Grice performed his work for solo piano, ''the dancer leads the procession''4, at Salle Gaveau, Paris in February 2007. Between 2003 and 2005 he gave multiple performances of his String Quartet No.2 in Paris

Wellington

'''Wellington''' ( residents. It is located at the south-western tip of the North Island, between Cook Strait and the Rimutaka Range. It is the major population centre of the southern North Island, and is the administrative centre of the Wellington Region, which also includes the Kapiti Coast and Wairarapa. Wellington is the world's southernmost capital city (List of national capitals by latitude) of a sovereign state.

The Wellington urban area comprises four cities: Wellington city (Wellington City), on the peninsula between Cook Strait and Wellington Harbour, contains the central business district and about half the population; Porirua on Porirua Harbour to the north is notable for its large Māori (Māori people) and Pacific Island (Pacific Islander) communities; Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt are largely suburban areas to the northeast, together known as the Hutt Valley.

The 2014 Mercer Quality of Living Survey ranked Wellington 12th in the world.

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